06:00 | 22/09/2021 Trade
(VEN) - The Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS) has proposed various solutions to deal with difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, especially concentrating on cost reduction and easing cash flow for enterprises.
06:00 | 20/09/2021 Trade
(VEN) - Before the August 1945 Revolution, Vietnam suffered poverty and hunger. Seventy-six years later, Vietnam has become a global exporter of goods boasting trade turnover of hundreds of billions of US dollars per year.
Stronger solutions needed to protect online shoppers
06:00 | 08/09/2021 Trade
(VEN) - The Ministry of Industry and Trade has been working hard to control the infraction of consumer protection laws and regulations as well as to improve consumer protection activities and institutions, contributing to a healthy production and business environment.
Foreign trade expected to prosper in second half of 2021
06:00 | 03/08/2021 Trade
(VEN) - Conditions are favorable for Vietnam to boost foreign trade in the second half of 2021 and achieve the target set for the whole year, especially for sectors with export value amounting to tens of billions of US dollars.
Traceability stamp adds value to Vietnamese produce exports
06:00 | 24/07/2021 Trade
(VEN) - The itrace247 traceability system, developed by the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (VIETRADE), has been applied to Thanh Ha lychee exports to France, Japan and Singapore, adding value to Vietnamese agricultural products in those foreign markets.
Vietnam retail market grows despite Covid-19
06:00 | 16/07/2021 Trade
(VEN) - Despite the ongoing Covid-19 complications across the globe, total retail sales of goods in Vietnam grew in the first five months of 2021. Vietnam’s retail market is expected to attract foreign investors and experience faster and stronger growth once the current, fourth wave of Covid-19 in the country is controlled.
Lychee, longan and other farm produce going strong on digital platforms
06:00 | 02/07/2021 Trade
(VEN) - In the context of Covid-19, the distribution of farming products on e-commerce platforms is considered an effective and sustainable solution to support farmers. The Ministry of Industry and Trade is working hard to help localities, especially those isolated due to the pandemic, to increase online sales of farm produce.