09:10 | 19/01/2020 Trade
(VEN) - As the world’s leading consumer goods fair, Ambiente has become an indispensable destination for Vietnamese businesses, providing opportunities to meet partners and study development trends.
09:37 | 15/01/2020 Trade
(VEN) - The price of Vietnamese goods that have obtained geographical indication tends to increase, but while Vietnam has many such products, it has failed to exploit the benefits of the geographical indication certification.
Hanoi opens trade fair to serve Tet demand
14:55 | 13/01/2020 Trade
The Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade kicked off a trade fair, showcasing agricultural products, foods and other commodities, at Thong Nhat Park on January 11 to meet the increasing consumption demand for Tet holiday.
Southern province seeks foreign markets and investment
09:58 | 02/01/2020 Trade
(VEN) - The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and the Ba Ria-Vung Tau People’s Committee recently held a conference on the export and investment potential of the province, located in the Southern Key Economic Zone. Participants included officials from the southern region and representatives of foreign trade promotion agencies in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s exports reach all corners of the world
09:02 | 31/12/2019 Trade
(VEN) - A Ministry of Industry and Trade report to the National Assembly shows that Vietnamese exports have expanded in terms of market and product structure, contributing significantly to the country’s export value growth.
Vietnam launches procedures to issue e-C/O Form D for export goods
09:27 | 28/12/2019 Trade
The procedures for issuance of e-C/O Form D for exports to Cambodia, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand were officially launched in Hanoi on December 27, as part of a conference to review the industry and trade sector’s performance in 2019 and set out its tasks for 2020.
Myanmar, a promising market for some Vietnamese goods
09:03 | 26/12/2019 Trade
(VEN) - Exports to Myanmar, including food products, raw materials for foodstuff processing, electronics, household electrical appliances, construction materials, and information technology (IT) and telecommunication products are expected to increase.