Vietnamese businesses and Brexit
08:30 | 24/07/2016 MUTRAP Corner
(VEN) - The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is one of Vietnam’s largest importers in the EU. With nearly 52 percent of UK votes to leave the EU, a possible exit by the UK from the EU could affect Vietnamese trade. Vietnamese businesses may need to adopt plans and solutions to adapt to the new situation in order to maintain exports to the UK.
Golden period for Vietnam-Rumania economic ties
14:03 | 20/07/2016 MUTRAP Corner
(VEN) - The long friendship between Vietnam and Rumania provides a good basis for the two countries to develop economic ties. Vietnam and Rumania are experiencing a golden period for boosting investment and business cooperation. However, it is necessary for businesses of the two countries to find and make the most of opportunities.
EVFTA inspires growth and reform
13:18 | 16/07/2016 MUTRAP Corner
(VEN) - The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is an example of the great efforts Vietnam has made to balance imports and exports as well as to improve the business environment and promote institutional reforms.
Tightening Vietnam-Germany strategic partnership
10:56 | 24/03/2016 MUTRAP Corner
(VEN) - Dr. Hans-Dieter Stell, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ho Chi Minh City), spoke to Vietnam Economic News’ My Phung about milestones in bilateral relations between Vietnam and Germany over the past four decades since the two countries established diplomatic relations, especially since bilateral relations were upgraded to a strategic partnership.
Vietnam-Italy trade, investment thrive
11:32 | 07/03/2016 MUTRAP Corner
(VEN) - Trade and investment between Vietnam and Italy have shown signs of thriving. Bilateral trade increased from US$1.13 billion in 2006 to US$4.3 billion in 2015. Italy currently ranks 31st among 110 countries and territories having investment projects in Vietnam.