Poland to push the signing of EVFTA
08:59 | 19/12/2016 MUTRAP Corner
Meeting Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh in Hanoi on December 16, Secretary of State at the Polish President’s Chancellery Krzysztof Szczerski said Poland backs Vietnam’s strengthening of ties with the European Union (EU) and will push for the signing of the EU-Vietnam free trade agreement.
Boosting Vietnam-Italy trade and investment
08:31 | 18/12/2016 MUTRAP Corner
(VEN) - Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang and his spouse led a high-ranking delegation to pay a state-level visit to Italy from November 21-25 at the invitation of Italian President Sergio Mattarella. This significant event has contributed to strengthening the strategic partnership between the two countries and is expected to boost bilateral trade and investment in the coming time.
Vietnam, Netherlands promote trade, investment cooperation
08:53 | 05/12/2016 MUTRAP Corner
(VEN) - Vice Minister for Foreign Trade of the Netherlands Marten van den Berg led a delegation of 34 Dutch companies and knowledge institutions to visit Vietnam from October 24-25. These companies operate in a wide range of sectors such as aviation, agri-food, renewable energy, and maritime infrastructure. Vietnam Economic News’ My Phung talked with Vice Minister Marten van den Berg about the progress of development cooperation between the two countries.
German parliament Vice President supports ratification of EVFTA
08:40 | 17/11/2016 MUTRAP Corner
During a meeting with Vice Chairman of the Vietnamese National Assembly Uong Chu Luu in Hanoi on November 16, Vice President of the German parliament Edelgard Bulmahn said she will advocate the ratification of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) which is expected to open up new opportunities for economic, investment and trade ties between Vietnam and Germany.
Vietnam, Portugal trade suggested to hit 500 million USD
08:18 | 13/11/2016 MUTRAP Corner
At a meeting with Portuguese Ambassador Francisco de Assis Morais e Cunha Vaz Patto in Hanoi on November 10, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc called on Vietnam and Portugal to employ more solutions to raising their bilateral trade from nearly 400 million USD in 2015 to 500 million USD by 2020.