US$100 million trade deficit in January
09:31 | 20/02/2014 Trade
(VEN) - Vietnam registered a trade deficit of US$100 million in January 2014, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT). The export prices of some kinds of goods, especially agricultural products, have considerably increased.
Promoting steel exports
08:10 | 19/02/2014 Trade
(VEN) - The steel industry must reorganize its distribution system, improve competitiveness and promote exports to new markets to achieve growth of 6-7 percent in 2014.
South Asian market offers prospects
08:02 | 18/02/2014 Trade
(VEN) - Given that markets like the European Union (EU) and Japan are becoming harder to please and that the demand in these markets is not increasing, South Asia is considered as offering great prospects for Vietnamese businesses.
Vietnam-India trade increases 5.14-fold from 2006-2013
10:35 | 17/02/2014 Trade
(VEN) - The Vietnamese Trade Office in India said that bilateral trade between Vietnam and India reached US$5.237 billion in 2013, a 32.8 percent increase on 2012, including US$2.354 billion worth of Vietnamese exports, a 32.08 percent increase, and US$2.883 billion worth of imports, a 33.4 percent increase. The two-way trade increased 5.14-fold from US$1.108 billion to US$5.237 billion from 2006-2013.
Vietnam-Ukraine trade increases by 28 percent
09:30 | 17/02/2014 Trade
Statistics from the General Department of Customs showed that trade between Vietnam and the Ukraine reached US$400 million, a 28 percent increase on 2012. Of this, Vietnamese exports amounted to US$254 million, a 15 percent increase, and import revenues US$146 million, a 58 percent increase.
Vietnamese goods secure firm foothold in China
08:30 | 06/02/2014 Trade
(VEN) - It is undeniable that until now, Vietnamese exports to China have become increasingly diverse in terms of commodity structure and earned more export revenues, gradually developing brand names and gaining the trust of Chinese consumers. Many high quality Vietnamese products can be found on the shelves of China’s supermarkets with increased revenues.