Fertilizer exports recover
15:30 | 10/04/2017 Trade
(VEN) - After experiencing a decline in both volume and value in January, fertilizer exports, especially those to ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) markets, have increased since February.
Self-certification of origin underway
09:00 | 08/04/2017 Trade
(VEN) - Along with issuing certificates of origin (C/Os) via the internet, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has applied a mechanism that allows export businesses to certify by themselves the origin of goods. Self-certification will maximize business benefits from export activities
Vietnam products seek inroads into Argentinean market
10:52 | 07/04/2017 Trade
Representatives from the Trade Office of the Vietnamese Embassy in Argentina had a working session with leaders of the Coto Group to explore opportunities for Vietnamese products to penetrate into the South America country’s leading super-market chain.
Export of aquatic products earns 1.5 billion USD in first quarter
14:00 | 04/04/2017 Trade
Vietnam earned 537 million USD from the export of aquatic products in March, bringing the total figure of the year’s first three months to 1.5 billion USD, a year-on-year increase of 3.6 percent, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
Exports gain 12.8 percent in Q1
09:00 | 04/04/2017 Trade
Vietnam’s export revenue in the first quarter of 2017 rose 12.8 percent against the same period last year to 43.7 billion USD, according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.
Unsafe produce hurting exports
09:00 | 03/04/2017 Trade
Weak food safety compliance by agricultural product exporters has negatively impacted Vietnam’s exports to European markets, experts said at a trade policy forum, “Food safety: Opportunities and challenges for Vietnamese exporters,” organised in HCM City on March 30.
CADA: A century of Vietnamese coffee
09:08 | 02/04/2017 Trade
(VEN) - The Central Highlands in general and Dak Lak Province in particular, are known as the biggest coffee producers in Vietnam. The region’s coffee history is attached to CADA - the first coffee plantation in the Central Highlands established 100 years ago.