VIMEXPO 2022 – Opportunity for Supporting Industry Enterprises and Manufacturers

The 3rd Vietnam International Supporting Industry and Manufacturing Exhibition – VIMEXPO 2022, directed by Ministry of Industry and Trade, hosted by Industrial Development Center - Vietnam Industry Agency - Ministry of Industry and Trade, organized by C.I.S Vietnam Advertising & Exhibition JSC., is officially coming back from November 16th to 18th, 2022 at Hanoi International Exhibition Center – I.C.E Hanoi.

Forthcoming Events

Boosting Trade Promotion via Vietnam Trade Offices Abroad

11:18:19 AM | 8/5/2022

After a series of unexpected events such as trade wars, pandemics and military conflicts, most exporters have realized that they cannot depend on a few traditional markets. A very effective solution to expand and diversify markets is to promote trade via Vietnamese trade offices in foreign countries.

73% of Vietnamese Consumers Adopt Business Messaging to Approach Brands

5:22:10 PM | 8/1/2022

When online shopping through social messaging has become a new norm for Vietnamese customers during and after the pandemic, Business Messaging is increasingly becoming more omnipresent that no local business wants to miss out on the trend. According to a recent research by Meta, 73% of Vietnamese consumers surveyed adopt Business Messaging to reach out to brands. On the other hand, over 70% of businesses surveyed consider Business Messaging extremely crucial to their business.

Vietnam’s Real Estate Still Attractive to Foreign Investors

10:14:01 AM | 7/29/2022

The value of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Vietnam continuously increased in the first six months of 2022. Real estate was the second largest recipient of FDI funds, showing stronger foreign investors’ confidence in the Vietnamese investment environment.

Removing Obstacles to Promote Import-Export Growth

10:12:34 AM | 7/29/2022

According to the General Department of Customs, Vietnam raked in US$371.32 billion from import and export in the first six months of 2022, up 16.4% over the same period in 2021. This is a positive result in the context of the complicated COVID-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

2022 Likely to Be Another Robust Year for M&A Transactions in Vietnam

10:09:03 AM | 7/29/2022

M&A activity has slowed from its record-setting 2021 pace, with economic headwinds stunting deals in the first half of 2022. However, activity has merely returned to 2019 levels and dealmaking is expected to play an important role in corporate growth strategies over the next six months, according to PwC’s Global M&A Industry Trends: 2022 Mid-Year Update.

Standardizing Drug List for Insurance Policyholders

9:35:26 AM | 7/28/2022

Always placing the rights and interests of health insurance policyholders on top, Vietnam Social Security (VSS) recently made a proposal to facilitate health insurance policyholders to easily access medicines and technical services for their disease treatment, a move to help it successfully achieve health insurance targets and tasks.

EU - Important Market for Vietnam’s Agri-products

9:07:51 AM | 7/26/2022

To boost agricultural exports to the EU market, Vietnamese businesses need to utilize more advantages of tropical agricultural products and the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).

Fostering Legal Communications and Support for Businesses

9:06:27 AM | 7/26/2022

The General Department of Vietnam Customs recently issued Regulations on propagation, dissemination and support of legal matters related to customs to declarants and businesses.

Tuna Exports Soar

10:00:37 AM | 7/22/2022

Vietnam’s tuna export reached US$90 million in June, up 41% year on year, bringing the six-month value to US$553 million, up 56% on year, said Vietnam Customs. Tuna export shipments to main markets grew well, except for the EU, Israel and Egypt.

EVFTA Boosts Vietnam’s Exports to EU

10:00:04 AM | 7/22/2022

Vietnam’s trade with the European Union (EU) rose 14.36% year on year to US$26.2 billion in the first five months of 2022, accounting for 8.55% of the country’s trade value, said the Ministry of Industry and Trade, explaining that this growth was driven by the Vietnam - EU Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and economic recovery and increased consumption in European countries.