NDO - Logistics is considered as one of the arteries of an economy and the bridge for trade between domestic and global markets, but in Vietnam the sector’s growth is still not on par with its significant role. (7 hours ago)
NDO/VNA – Vietnamese tuna exporters have struggled to compete with Thai and Philippine firms in the Japanese market due to high taxes, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
NDO - Vietnam continued to enjoy a trade surplus with Canada in 2016 and ranked 5th among Asian countries in terms of export revenue with Canada after China, Japan, the Republic of Korea and Taiwan (China).
NDO/VNA – The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) is determined to punish those whose lack of responsibility led to the prolonged equitisation of State-owned enterprises (SOEs), said MARD Deputy Minister Ha Cong Tuan.
NDO—Early this year, the Government asked credit institutions to cut costs to reduce lending interest rates and to help enterprises to reduce the cost of loans, which will require considerable effort from the whole banking system.
NDO - It is a good sign when in the first month of 2017 Vietnam attracted approximately US$1.4 billion of foreign direct investment (FDI), amid fears that the US withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership would significantly affect the FDI inflow into Vietnam.
NDO/VNA – Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has just called on the Australian Government to soon lift its ban on prawn and uncooked shelled shrimp imports, saying that it poses negative impacts on Vietnam’s shrimp breeding and processing sector.
NDO – Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has emphasised the need to finalise the plan to upgrade Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City at a working session with the Ministry of Defence’s Airport Design and Construction Consultancy One Member Limited Liability Company (ADCC) on February 8.
NDO- The import and export activities of Vietnam have seen many changes after a decade of being a member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) with import-export revenue increasing threefold compared to 2007.
NDO—Several of Vietnam’s important industrial sectors have yet to be paid due attention or have been invested in in an over-diversified or unplanned manner, resulting in low added value to the economy. There is no other way for Vietnam to develop a sustainable industry than to promote the support industry, which is the basis for the sustainable development and growth of Vietnam’s industries.