HCMC – Vietnam earned around US$20.26 billion from exports of agricultural, forestry and fishery products in the first five months of 2023, down 11.1% year-on-year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. The country spent US$13.15 billion importing these types of products,
HCMC – Vietnam’s agro-forestry-fishery product exports reached US$15.66 billion in the first fourth months of the year, down 13.3% over the year-ago period. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the country’s exports of agro-forestry-fishery products were estimated at
Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) in January-March expanded by 3.32% over the same period of last year, slightly higher than 3.21% in the first quarter of 2020. The agro-forestry-fisheries and services sectors grew by 2.52% and 6.79%, contributing 8.85% and 95.91% to the economy’s gross value
Vietnam’s economy still relies heavily on the agro-forestry-fishery sector, as the trade surplus of this group accounted for over 75% of the national figure in 2022. As a result, optimizing the sector’s utilization is critical, as it is the economy’s internal strength. Real achievements The
(VEN) - The Vietnamese agro-forestry-fishery sector is hopeful of reaching its 2022 US$50 billion export target in view of continued positive signals from importing markets.
(VAN) After analyzing the domestic and international context, Deputy Minister of MARD Phung Duc Tien is optimistic about the sector's growth targets in 2022.
(VAN) Overcoming hardship with right orientation, Gia Lai agriculture is gradually asserting its position in the export market, creating high economic values.
(VAN) The Netherlands is Vietnam's second-largest trading partner in the EU. There are many potentials for agro-product focal centers in Mekong Delta.
(VAN) Evaluated to possess ample fiscal space and great potential, the Australia market is where many exporters in the Mekong Delta wish to conquer.
(VAN) On May 21, the MARD collaborated with Gia Lai People’s Committee to host the forum “Central Highlands Connect: Creating a linkage in agro-product production and consumption value chain.”
(VAN) That is the sharing of Vietnamese Trade Counselor in Japan at the Export Consultancy session to the Japanese market held by the Trade Promotion Agency.
(VAN) Reality shows that policies to support agriculture cooperatives are not small in number, but resources for support are still conspicuously lacking.