Aggressively Preventing Origin Fraud

Vietnam has signed and joined many multilateral and bilateral free trade agreements (FTAs). In addition to a lot of benefits to the economy, Vietnam also faces numerous challenges, especially the control of origin of goods, said Mr. Au Anh Tuan, Acting Director of the Customs Supervision Bureau, at a press conference on prevention of origin fraud in Hanoi.

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Domestic Firms Reclaim Top Export Growth

9:09:31 AM | 30/7/2019

Vietnam’s domestic export showed signs of slight decline in the first months of the year. However, given the tough global trade, the country’s export performance can be considered positive, illustrating great efforts of businesses, especially domestic ones.

U.S.-China Trade Tensions: Opportunity for Vietnamese Exporters

2:08:00 PM | 26/7/2019

The United States - China trade war has continued to exert multidimensional impacts on Vietnam's import and export performance, according to many experts.

Great Opportunity for Vietnamese, European Businesses

10:30:08 AM | 16/7/2019

The EU - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU - Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (IPA) were officially signed after a 9-year negotiation journey. This is considered a historic milestone in Vietnam - EU relations that opens up great opportunities for businesses and people in Europe and Vietnam.

390 Businesses Get Connected to VASSCM System

11:40:02 AM | 12/7/2019

As many as 390 businesses have connected to the Vietnam Automated System for Seaport Customs Management (VASSCM) at 33 out of 35 local customs departments, according to the Department of Information Technology and Customs Statistics.

EVFTA - Freest and Fairest Agreement

2:20:42 PM | 11/7/2019

Dr. Vu Tien Loc, President of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), underlined this statement regarding the historic event of officially signing the EU - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) in Hanoi.

Forestry Sector Urged to Fulfil Exports Goal of US$11 Billion

2:09:59 PM | 9/7/2019

The forestry sector has been demanded to take measures to achieve the exports target of US$11 billion for this year.

Vietnam – U.S. Trade Relations: On Steady Rise

11:32:31 AM | 4/7/2019

Twenty-five years after the United States lifted its trade embargo on Vietnam, the two-way trade value has increased by nearly 120 times, from US$450 million in 1994 to over US$60 billion in 2018. The U.S. has been the largest export market of Vietnam for years and Vietnam is one of the fastest-growing export markets for the U.S.

EVFTA – IPA: Unprecedented Benefits for European and Vietnamese Businesses

9:38:19 AM | 1/7/2019

Vietnam and the European Union signed the trade and investment agreements in Ha Noi on June 30, making Vietnam the second ASEAN nation to sign this kind of agreements with the European Union.

VN, EU Set to Sign Trade and Investment Agreements This Week

11:53:29 AM | 26/6/2019

Viet Nam and the European Union will sign trade and investment agreements in Ha Noi on June 30, 2019, according to the latest press release of the European Commission.

Seafood Exports Face Barriers

11:14:03 AM | 13/6/2019

Vietnam’s seafood industry is facing some obstacles from trade barriers and prolonged hot weather, resulting in a slight decline in seafood exports in the first five months of 2019.