Total export value hits US$160.24 billion this year

Total export value hits US$160.24 billion this year

The latest preliminary statistics of the General Department of Vietnam Customs showed that the total import-export value of Vietnamese goods in the first half of August this year reached US$23.66 billion, down 7.2 percent, or $1.85 billion, compared to the results in the second half of July this year. 
Workers are making clothes for export at a company in Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo: SGGP)

Difficulties need to be resolved for enterprises to export to EU smoothly

In the past six months, due to the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, export turnover of many key commodities has declined, and enterprises have encountered several difficulties. Ministries and provinces have implemented many solutions to find out the market for products, especially, they have adopted the application of electronic transactions into operation to reduce the risk of interrupting commercial transactions for enterprises.
Enterprises call for help to re-export black pepper stuck in Nepal

Enterprises call for help to re-export black pepper stuck in Nepal

For having not opened letters of credit, 58 containers of black pepper of 13 Vietnamese enterprises exported to Nepal are stuck at ports in this country. Because their goods could not either be exported or re-exported, enterprises are asking the Prime Minister for help.
21 Vietnamese enterprises seek opportunities to export farm produce to China

21 Vietnamese enterprises seek opportunities to export farm produce to China

The Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said that Vietnam is entering the harvest season of many types of fruits, agricultural products, and foods so several large events to promote trade will be organized shortly to boost exports to the Chinese market as the demand in this country is on the increase after the Covid-19 pandemic.
This is the first commercial bus shipment of Thaco after more than 16 years of investment and development in the Vietnamese automotive industry. (Photo: VGP)

Thaco exports Vietnamese branded buses to Philippines

Truong Hai Auto Corporation (Thaco) held a ceremony in the central coastal province of Quang Nam on December 28 to hand over 15 Vietnamese branded buses for export to the Philippines.
Rice production in southern provinces drops by 23,000 tons

Rice production in southern provinces drops by 23,000 tons

Report by the Department of Crop Production said that southern provinces grew more than 1.64 million hectares of rice in the summer-autumn rice crop of this year, a decrease of 46,000 hectares compared to the same period last year, with productivity estimated at 5.6 tons per hectare, up 1.39 tons per hectare.
Vietnam, Taiwan (China) promote cooperation in textile industry

Vietnam, Taiwan (China) promote cooperation in textile industry

The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Ho Chi Minh City Branch on July 2 collaborated with the Chinese National Federation of Industries to organize the Vietnam – Taiwan Industrial Collaboration Forum to connect leading enterprises in the fields of textile, light industry, automation, smart city and other applications.
Fishermen in Nui Thanh District are unable to sell dried purple-back squids to China as the buyer has changed import method. (Photo: SGGP)

Dried squids unsalable as Chinese traders change buying method

According to the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Quang Nam Province, fishermen in Nui Thanh District are unable to sell dried purple-back squids to China as the buyer has changed import method from cross-border trade to official import which requires origin traceability.
Rice exports drop in first months of this year

Rice exports drop in first months of this year

Export of rice of Vietnam has been facing several disadvantages as countries which previously imported rice from Vietnam now have produced rice themselves and even participated in exporting rice.
Honeydew melons for export are grown in Cu Chi District in Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo: SGGP)

Export of agricultural products shows signs of slowdown

In the first five months of this year, agro-forestry-aquatic exports of Vietnam have showed sign of slowdown with key products including rice, black pepper, cashew nuts, cassava, fruits and seafood seeing a slump in export turnover whereas agro-forestry-aquatic exports hit a record of above US$40 billion last year.