new platform provides trade support for smes New platform provides trade support for SMEs

13:00 | 26/05/2021 Trade

(VEN) - The Vinh Phat Import Export Trading Service Co., Ltd launched the platform in late September 2019, helping small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) access international markets.
vietnam works to control pandemic ensure sufficient essential goods Vietnam works to control pandemic, ensure sufficient essential goods

06:00 | 25/05/2021 Trade

(VEN) - New Covid-19 infections have been detected at a number of industrial zones and businesses in northern provinces and the central coastal city of Da Nang, prompting measures to control its spread and maintain production activities under safe condition. The directions were discussed at an online meeting in May between the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s steering committee for Covid-19 pandemic control and representatives of people’s committees, departments of industry and trade, and market management authorities of centrally-governed provinces and cities. Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Dang Hoang An told participants that Vietnam has almost 400 industrial parks (IZs), 30 border-gate economic zones (EZs), and 700 industrial zones for small to medium sized businesses, where production must be maintained to prevent disruptions to the economy.
young consumers drive vietnams accelerated e commerce growth Young consumers drive Vietnam’s accelerated e-commerce growth

06:00 | 21/05/2021 Trade

(VEN) - The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift to online shopping and trade, with Vietnam topping the list of Southeast Asian countries in terms of e-commerce growth. Further growth is forecast in this field.
moit provides support for firms reluctant to embrace e commerce MoIT provides support for firms reluctant to embrace e-commerce

06:00 | 04/05/2021 Science - Technology

(VEN) - Many startups and senior exporters have yielded success in exports through e-commerce platforms.
e commerce a covid lifeline for merchants E-commerce, a Covid lifeline for merchants

09:25 | 14/04/2021 Trade

(VEN) - As Covid-19 kept consumers around the world at home, nearly everything from groceries to gardening supplies was purchased online. According to Mastercard’s latest Recovery Insights report, this amounted to an additional US$900 billion being spent in retail online around the world in 2020. Put another way, in 2020, e-commerce made up roughly US$1 out of every US$5 spent on retail, up from about US$1 out of every US$7 spent in 2019.
fruit vegetable exports expected to thrive this year Fruit, vegetable exports expected to thrive this year

06:00 | 14/04/2021 Trade

(VEN) - Vietnam’s fruit and vegetable exports are expected to thrive in 2021 despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
will e commerce boom continue in 2021 Will e-commerce boom continue in 2021?

06:00 | 05/04/2021 Trade

(VEN) - E-commerce is forecast to continue booming in 2021 with revenue surpassing last year’s figure of US$11.8 billion, offering opportunities for domestic businesses to build new business strategies and approach modern distribution channels.
vietnamese startups go global with amazon Vietnamese startups go global with Amazon

15:00 | 25/03/2021 Trade

(VEN) - Tran Xuan Thuy, CEO of Amazon Global Selling Vietnam, said e-commerce grew six fold in comparison with traditional sales activities in 2020. Vietnamese sellers exceeded US$1 million in sales on Amazon last year, he added.
moit cuts export growth target to 4 5 percent MoIT cuts export growth target to 4-5 percent

10:53 | 25/03/2021 Trade

(VEN) - Tran Thanh Hai, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s (MoIT) Agency of Foreign Trade said the ministry had set a 4-5 percent export growth target for 2021 after carefully considering existing and potential difficulties caused by the pandemic and changes in global trade.
two month exports surge 271 percent Two-month exports surge 27.1 percent

06:00 | 15/03/2021 Trade

(VEN) - Vietnam’s import-export turnover reached US$97.5 billion in the first two months of the year, an increase of 26.7 percent compared to a year ago, with exports surging 27.1 percent to US$50 billion. During the week of February 10-16, import-export turnover reached US$1.67 billion, a year-on-year increase of 53 percent.
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