09:08 | 18/06/2019 Trade
(VEN) - Seafood exports to China are expected to reach US$1.5 billion this year. Vietnam Economic News’ Mai Ca and Hoang Ty spoke with Truong Dinh Hoe, Secretary General of the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) about the prospects of this market.
10:33 | 17/06/2019 Trade
(VEN) - The Ministry of Industry and Trade will organize trade promotion activities to help Vietnamese goods enter South Africa.
Vietnamese goods conquer the Thai market
10:05 | 14/06/2019 Trade
(VEN) - Vietnamese exporters have taken the initiative in learning about market demand and food hygiene and safety standards in Thailand as they seek appropriate strategies to enter this market and expand sales there.
China opens doors to Vietnamese rice
09:10 | 13/06/2019 Trade
(VEN) - Efforts by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Vietnam Food Association are expected to significantly boost rice exports to China.
Vietnamese products seek to increase presence in Japanese market
09:08 | 12/06/2019 Trade
A week of Vietnam-Hanoi goods kicked off at the AEON Lake Town Mori in Japan’s Saitama prefecture on June 8 as part of a cooperation pact signed between the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), Hanoi authorities, and Japanese retail group AEON.
Exporters must tailor goods to Eastern European needs
09:09 | 10/06/2019 Trade
(VEN) - Vietnam’s exports of garments and textiles, leather and footwear to Eastern Europe remain modest. Eastern European nations offer great potential to exporters given their relatively high GDP growth and less stringent quality requirements compared to Western European countries. However, to succeed in exporting to these countries, Vietnamese firms must have long-term strategies, improve product quality and study the market carefully to make suitable products.
Overhaul ahead for Vietnam Value program
09:05 | 07/06/2019 Trade
(VEN) - Nguyen Quoc Thinh, a senior consultant to the Vietnam Value program discussed the need for changes in the program with Vietnam Economic News’ Viet Nga.