EVFTA opens “big door” for Vietnamese rice to enter EU market Business

EVFTA opens “big door” for Vietnamese rice to enter EU market

With the European Union – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), the EU will completely liberalise trade in broken rice, and will reduce the tax rate to zero percent for Vietnamese rice products after three to five years. This is a great opportunity for Vietnamese rice to compete in the EU market.
Tuna exports to EU surging Business

Tuna exports to EU surging

Turnover of Vietnamese tuna exported to the EU has increased in the double digits since the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) took effect at the beginning of August.
Vietnamese rice takes bite out of global market Business

Vietnamese rice takes bite out of global market

Vietnam’s rice exports have expanded during the pandemic to surpass rival Thailand in price for the first time in three decades, leading experts to suggest the sector should consolidate its position.
Long journey of Vietnamese fruits to Australia Business

Long journey of Vietnamese fruits to Australia

Longan has become the fourth kind of Vietnamese fruit to be exported to Australia after litchi, mango and dragon fruit. However, experts say there is still a lot of work needed for Vietnam to secure a firm foothold in the market.
FTAs: boon or bane for businesses? Business

FTAs: boon or bane for businesses?

As 2018 brings newer and bigger FTAs, Vietnamese enterprises are faced with tough choices. They can either adapt and move up the global supply chain, or stand by while imported goods flood the country’s market.
Retail sector sees foreign-Vietnam M&A Business

Retail sector sees foreign-Vietnam M&A

The Vietnamese retail market has seen some mergers and acquisitions (M&A) between foreign and Vietnamese enterprises, thanks to the huge development potential of the retail sector.
Experts: TPP deal spurs aquatic export Business

Experts: TPP deal spurs aquatic export

Economic experts have forecast that Vietnam’s aquatic export to the US, Japan and other Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) members will increase after the deal was officially signed on February 4.