About 4 billion USD, equivalent to 60% of Vietnamese products, should enjoy zero CPTPP tax , but businesses still need to take advantage.
Apart from flagging orders, stringent requirements for clean energy transition, sustainable materials, and low-carbon and eco-friendly production present new challenges to Vietnamese manufacturers Technical barriers The prolonged Russia-Ukraine military conflict, escalating inflation, and economic
HCMC – The administration of HCMC will hold the first export expo to facilitate trading opportunities for local businesses and manufacturers. The event is expected to support companies to make the most of the free trade agreements which Vietnam has signed, focusing on improving operations and
In recent years, Vietnam’s export revenue has soared in tandem with a rising number of lawsuits filed against local companies. Legal actions on the rise In late January, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) announced a probe into gas-powered pressure washer products of 14 Vietnamese manufacturers
HCMC – Vietnamese authorities are expediting negotiations over new free trade agreements (FTAs) with markets that the country has yet to tap. According to the Center for WTO and International Trade under the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Vietnam’s trade and investment have benefited
The export sector will continue to drive Vietnamese economic growth as long as local businesses keep abreast of market swings. Faced with formidable challenges in the current downturns, it is more important than ever to look back. Opportunities are here to stay A recent poll conducted by the
HCMC – Advantages brought about by free trade agreements (FTAs) such as EVFTA and CPTPP would gradually disappear if Vietnamese exporters do not act quickly to make the most of these advantages right now. The recommendation was made at a seminar last Friday featuring discussions on how EVFTA and
Last year’s export growth of 6.5% can be viewed as a bright spot in the nation’s economic picture, with this growth being attributed to the signing of a number of free trade agreements (FTAs).
Following the implementation of several free trade agreements (FTAs), shrimp exports in 2021 are anticipated to increase by 15% compared to last year, to reach over US$4 billion in revenue, according to insiders.
Despite Covid-19 pandemic, Vietnam achieves remarkable result in export