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Online exports help food-beverage firms expand market share
  Using online platforms to boost exports is an inevitable trend that will help food and beverage businesses penetrate the global market, reduce costs and quickly reach consumers, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic, business leaders and industry experts have said.
Facing difficulties in US market, ‘Shrimp King’ family still earns big money
  The seafood company of Le Van Quang, dubbed the ‘Shrimp King’, is facing an international lawsuit, and reporting a sharp fall in profit in 2019. However, it still plans to pay hundreds of billion dong worth of dividends.
Ministry works on project to develop agricultural processing
  A programme to improve vegetable and fruit processing is set to be submitted to the Government for approval, focusing on both growing zones and processing facilities.
Vietnam imports 1.4 mln tonnes of Cambodian rice paddy
  Cambodia has exported more than 1.4 tonnes of rice paddy to Vietnam over the past 10 months, according to the Cambodian Ministry of Agriculture.
Exports of computers and machines increase nearly $13 billion
  Computers, electronic products and components; machinery, equipment, tools and spare parts have had the largest growth rate in turnover, helping Vietnam's exports record positive growth.
Shrimp export enterprises must ensure traceability mechanism
  Only using about 10% of Indian shrimp imported in a short period, Minh Phu Group Joint Stock Company (Minh Phu) has faced anti-dumping duty by the US Customs and Border Agency (CBP) for shrimp exported to the United States. Due to this incident, shrimp exporting enterprises need to implement a traceability mechanism to ensure they meet the requirements of the importing country.
Trade surplus hits record in 10 months
  Vietnam’s exports rose 4.7 percent year-on-year in the first ten months of this year to over 229 billion USD, for a trade surplus of a record 18.7 billion USD, according to latest report by the General Statistics Office.
Agriculture sector works towards reaching 40 bln USD export target
  A host of measures have been suggested for the agriculture sector to reach the target of 40 billion USD in export revenue this year, given the impact of COVID-19 and now natural disasters.
Seminar discusses VN-India business opportunities
  Opportunities to enhance trade and investment in various sectors between India and Việt Nam were discussed at a seminar in HCM City yesterday.
Vietnamese chicken to be shipped to Singapore, Hong Kong
  Chicken wings, thighs and breasts from Koyu & Unitek Co, Ltd based in Long Bình Industrial Park in the southern province of Đồng Nai will soon hit the shelves of supermarkets in Singapore and China’s Hong Kong.
Vietnam, Australia to expand barley trade
  The Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre (AEGIC) has said it is engaging with Vietnamese brewers and maltsters to expand its barley exports, as China recently imposed a tariff of over 80 percent on the product.
Vietnamese, Korean firms seek to promote technology coorperation
  A business networking event to promote connection of technology supply and demand between enterprises of Vietnam and the Republic of Korea (RoK) took place in the northern port city of Hai Phong on November 3.
Gov't policy gives auto industry much-needed boost
  More than half a billion dollars in tax returns have been awarded to firms since 2017 in a bid by the Government to boost the country's auto industry and supporting industry, according to deputy director of the General Department of Vietnam Customs Lưu Mạnh Tưởng.
Textile and garment production struggles due to lack of fabric
  Việt Nam’s underdeveloped fabric production is making it difficult for textile and garment businesses to take advantage of free trade agreements, including the Europe – Việt Nam FTA (EVFTA).
Cross-border e-commerce boosts firms’ export opportunities: Seminar
  Cross-border e-commerce is serving as an effective channel for companies, especially small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), to ship products abroad in the context of COVID-19, Deputy Director of the Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade Tran Thi Phuong Lan has said.
Hoa Phat’s steel sales hit over 4 million tonnes in 10 months
  Leading steel manufacturer Hoa Phat Group sold nearly 4.14 million tonnes of steel in the first ten months of 2020.
Textile and garment production struggles due to lack of fabric
  Việt Nam’s underdeveloped fabric production is making it difficult for textile and garment businesses to take advantage of free trade agreements, including the Europe – Việt Nam FTA (EVFTA).
AEON event promotes consumption of Vietnamese products in domestic, foreign markets
  A wide range of Vietnamese products such as packaged foods, processed and agricultural products are on display at the Week of Exhibiting Vietnamese Enterprises’ Goods that opened at AEON - Tân Phú Celadon in HCM City on November 4.
Agriculture needs breakthrough solutions, say NA delegates
  With the recently-gained export value of US$41 billion, the agriculture sector has become the "pillar" of the Vietnamese economy as the country is facing negative impacts from the global economic crisis, COVID-19 and natural disasters. On the sidelines of the 10th session of the National Assembly (NA), delegates talk with VietnamPlus online newspaper about solutions to promote the sustainable development of agriculture.
Ministry predicts 2020 export growth of 3-4 pct.
  Vietnam still managed to maintain export growth in the first 10 months of this year despite COVID-19, and exports for the year as a whole are expected to rise 3-4 percent against 2019, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
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