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Woodwork exports to Australia on the rise
Monday,  Jun 18, 2018,12:21 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Vietnamese woodwork exporters are pinning their hopes on the Australian market thanks to rising wood demand and preferential policies through a free trade agreement, according to news site vov.vn.
Saturday,  Oct 7, 2017,23:23 (GMT+7)
HANOI – With impressive growth in the first nine months of 2017, Vietnam’s woodworking sector is pinning high hopes on export revenue of US$8 billion from wood and wooden products in 2017, or a 17% year-on-year increase, heard a conference on wood and wooden product export in Hanoi yesterday.
Saturday,  Oct 7, 2017,23:10 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Foreign providers of machinery and equipment in the packaging and printing industry are increasingly promoting their products to penetrate the Vietnamese market, as seen at the international exhibition Vietnam Print Pack 2017 that kicked off in HCMC on October 5.
Thursday,  Oct 5, 2017,17:10 (GMT+7)
CAN THO – Rice export shipments from the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho have surged by 22% year on year in the past three quarters to 638,000 tons worth US$262 million, and the tempo is expected to continue as regional demand remains strong, said a trade official.
Wednesday,  Oct 4, 2017,19:40 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Some 300 enterprises will participate in an international exhibition on printing and packaging industries (Vietnam Print Pack 2017) scheduled to kick off in HCMC’s District 7 tomorrow.
Monday,  Oct 2, 2017,18:32 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Although Vietnam’s trade deficit has been narrowed in recent months, but trade deficit with South Korea alone in the year to date surged a staggering 57.7% over the same period last year to US$23.3 billion.
Wednesday,  Sep 27, 2017,22:31 (GMT+7)
HANOI – A Ministry of Finance proposal to impose a maximum environmental tax of VND8,000 on a liter of fuel sold has been turned down for now, as the National Assembly (NA) has made it clear that the issue will not be on the agenda of the NA sitting next month.
Wednesday,  Sep 27, 2017,17:38 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Fertilizer and pesticide imports, especially from China, have amounted to nearly US$1.7 billion in the year to September, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said in a report.
Tuesday,  Sep 26, 2017,23:39 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Seafood exporters are extremely anxious about the risk of receiving a yellow card warning from the European Union (EU) towards Vietnamese products which will lead to costly and time-consuming export procedures, heard a conference on illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing in HCMC on September 25.
Tuesday,  Sep 26, 2017,18:41 (GMT+7)
CAN THO - The Government has set a modest export revenue target of US$8-9 billion for the seafood industry in 2020, which is seen low as the sector can fetch US$8 billion this year.
Tuesday,  Sep 26, 2017,15:53 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Government Decree 108 which took effect on September 20 requires fertilizer dealers to have a certificate of qualification.
Monday,  Sep 25, 2017,15:43 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Vietnam’s trade deficit in the year to mid-September had substantially narrowed down to a mere US$701 million, equivalent to 0.5% of export revenue, owing to better export performance in recent months, data from the General Department of Vietnam Customs shows.
Friday,  Sep 22, 2017,21:40 (GMT+7)
HANOI – Forty Russian food and produce companies are in Vietnam to sound out long-term business prospects.
Friday,  Sep 22, 2017,00:38 (GMT+7)
HCMC – China is now Vietnam’s largest rice importer and the local rice export sector will continue depending on the neighboring market in the coming years.
Friday,  Sep 22, 2017,00:37 (GMT+7)
HCMC – The retail price of A92 petrol on September 20 increased by VND320 to VND18,110 per liter while fuel traders receive VND110 for every liter sold from the national fuel price stabilization fund.
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