Vietnamese dragon fruit allowed to enter Australia
09:29 | 01/09/2017 Trade
Australia officially allowed the importation of fresh dragon fruit from Vietnam, following the importation of fresh lychee and mango, the Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) announced on August 28.
Vietfish 2017 kicks off in HCM City
16:09 | 30/08/2017 Trade
The 2017 Vietnam Fisheries International Exhibition (Vietfish) opened at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre in Ho Chi Minh City on August 29 with seafood producers and exporters from 15 countries in attendance.
RoK ranks third among Vietnam’s trading partners
09:00 | 30/08/2017 Trade
(VEN) - Vietnam holds an increasingly important position in the Republic of Korea’s (RoK) export growth strategy. Trade between the two countries has grown and reached US$43.4 billion in 2016, making the RoK Vietnam’s third largest trading partner, after China and the US.
New program to tighten control of catfish exported to US
09:28 | 29/08/2017 Trade
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has issued a safety control program designed for Siluriformes fish (mainly tra and basa) and related products exported to the US market as part of efforts to adapt to new changes in the market.
Agro-forestry-aquatic exports: Set to attain target
08:57 | 28/08/2017 Trade
(VEN) - The US$33 billion 2017 target set for agro-forestry-aquatic exports is feasible, according to Nguyen Quoc Toan, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s (MARD) Agro Processing and Market Development Authority. He spoke at a meeting of the Domestic Market Management Team in July.
Vietnam steps up to big leagues in brand names
17:11 | 26/08/2017 Trade
(VEN) - Eleven Vietnamese brands have been ranked among the 1,000 top brand names in Asia, reflecting the growing awareness by domestic firms of the importance of building brand names.
Exports to EU in first half augur well for the second
08:56 | 25/08/2017 Trade
(VEN) - Vietnamese exports to the EU grew 12.6 percent in the first half of this year compared with the same period in 2016, maintaining the EU’s position as Vietnam’s second largest export market, after the US. This is an encouraging result in the context of numerous difficulties facing the EU economy. Vietnam can seek further opportunities to promote exports to the EU towards year’s end.