Vietnamese, Japanese PM hold talks
13:00 | 20/10/2020 Cooperation
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and his visiting Japanese counterpart Suga Yoshihide agreed on major orientations and measures to further deepen bilateral extensive strategic partnership, during their talks in Hanoi on October 19.
Diplomats accompany businesses on the way to global markets
06:00 | 15/10/2020 Cooperation
(VEN) - Vietnamese representative agencies abroad are studying the demand of business associations and enterprises in Ho Chi Minh City and other southern localities in order to help connect them with foreign partners, contributing to Vietnam’s efforts to promote exports and attract investment.
Opportunities to promote Vietnamese trade with the Americas
06:00 | 14/10/2020 Cooperation
(VEN) - The Americas offer great potential for Vietnamese goods, with import-export turnover nearing US$100 billion in 2019. However, these are discerning markets with varied standards, requiring Vietnamese businesses to adopt a methodical approach and specific strategy.
World Bank offers “moon cake” recipe for boosting Vietnam’s growth
06:00 | 11/10/2020 Cooperation
(VEN) - There is notable room for further improvements in global value chain (GVC) development to meet Vietnam’s ambitious long-term goal of becoming a high-income country by 2045 and narrow the development gaps with advanced economies. This assessment was delivered recently by Victoria Kwakwa, Vice President for East Asia and the Pacific at the World Bank, to the third Vietnam Reform and Development Forum (VDRF 2020) themed “Vietnam: Actions to Recover Growth towards Inclusiveness and Sustainability”.
Singapore tops list of investors in Vietnam
06:00 | 10/10/2020 Cooperation
(VEN) - The government is encouraging Singaporean businesses to continue investing in Vietnam’s high-tech, construction, industrial park infrastructure development, supporting industries, and service sectors.
Vietnam’s key industries target XL goals
06:00 | 05/10/2020 EVFTA
(VEN) - According to their development strategies until 2030, with a vision to 2035, Vietnam’s garment and textile and leather and footwear sectors seek to diversify export markets, promote exports by utilizing the advantages and opportunities provided by free trade agreements, and develop the domestic market.