Thursday, November 22,2018 - 17:52 GMT+7  Việt Nam EngLish 

  Vietnam domestic prices fall further, Indonesian premium widens (Thursday, November 22,2018)

Vietnam's domestic coffee prices fell further tracking lower international prices and on rising supplies from an ongoing harvest, while Indonesian premiums widened due to depleted stocks.


  Exports of iron and steel increased in ten months (Thursday, November 22,2018)

Vietnam’s exports of iron and steel of all kinds increased sharply by 38.2 per cent in quantity and 53 per cent in value year – on – year in the first ten months of this year to 5.24 million tons worth of US$3.84 billion, showed the statistics figures of the General Department of Customs.


  Exports of crude oil down nearly 45% in ten months (Thursday, November 22,2018)

Vietnam’s exports of crude oil reached 3.27 million tons worth of US$1.87 billion in the first ten months of this year, fell sharply by 44.6 per cent in quantity and 22.6 per cent in value compared with the same period last year, according to the figures of the General Department of Customs.


  Finance ministry further simplifies administrative procedures (Thursday, November 22,2018)

The Ministry of Finance recently removed or simplified a total of 176 out of 978 administrative procedures under its management.


  Vietnam looks to promote franchise market (Thursday, November 22,2018)

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has licensed 17 foreign enterprises specialising in franchises to operate in Vietnam so far this year, according to statistics from the ministry.


  Vietnam’s exports to Indonesia rise in ten months (Thursday, November 22,2018)

Vietnam exported 531 million USD worth of goods to Indonesia in the first 10 months of this year, up 6.8 times compared with the same period in 2017, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.


  Exports of crude oil and imports of petroleum in first ten months of 2018 (Wednesday, November 21,2018)

Vietnam’s exports of crude oil fell sharply while the imports of petroleum fell slightly in quantity and up in value year – on – year in the first ten months of this year.


  VN’s bond market remains smallest in emerging East Asia (Wednesday, November 21,2018)

Viet Nam remained the smallest local currency bond market among nine economies of emerging East Asia, according to the latest edition of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Asia Bond Monitor.


  Chinese rice importers visit Viet Nam to find new partners (Wednesday, November 21,2018)

Chinese importers of rice have arrived in HCM City and Long An Province to find trading opportunities with Vietnamese counterparts, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Import-Export Department.


  Vietnamese goods increase presence in Singapore (Wednesday, November 21,2018)

Vu Thi Thanh Hanh, general manager of Learth Viet Nam Co Ltd, said sales of her company’s VietJoy leaf tea products were very good three months after they entered the Singaporean market.


  Vietnam-Czech Republic trade exchange records positive signs (Wednesday, November 21,2018)

Vietnam earned 88.05 million USD from exports to the Czech Republic in September, raising the figure for the first nine months of this year to 775.94 million USD, up 10.8 percent year-on-year, according to the Czech Statistical Office.


  Vietnam and India aim to boost trade, defense cooperation (Tuesday, November 20,2018)

Vietnam and India have agreed to boost their trade while expanding their cooperation in defense and security, among other areas.


  Vietnam’s exports and imports of iron and steel in first ten months of 2018 (Tuesday, November 20,2018)

According to the figures released by the General Department of Customs, in the first ten months of this year, Vietnam’s exports of iron and steel increased sharply while the imports of iron and steel decreased slightly in quantity and increased in value year – on – year.


  Shares rise at start of new week (Tuesday, November 20,2018)

Shares advanced across the two national stock exchanges on Monday, propped up by the growth of major industries. However, net selling by foreign investors may pose a risk to a longer uptrend.


  Vietnam remains attractive investment destination in APEC (Tuesday, November 20,2018)

Vietnam has been considered the most attractive investment destination in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) region for the second consecutive year, according to the latest survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).


  Better import-export control needed to shelter Vietnam from trade war (Tuesday, November 20,2018)

Authorities should closely monitor the import and export of goods, including goods origin, to prevent customs declaration fraud, a seminar heard in HCM City recently.


  Vietnam, Russia aim to nearly triple trade to $10 bln by 2020 (Tuesday, November 20,2018)

Vietnam and Russia on Monday agreed to nearly triple bilateral trade to $10 billion by 2020 from $3.55 billion last year, while expanding energy ties.


  Longan and lychee gain record season revenues (Monday, November 19,2018)

Thanks to favorable weather and effective advertisement, some northern localities enjoyed successful 2018 longan and lychee seasons.


  VN’s exports likely to hit $ 239 bil. this year (Monday, November 19,2018)

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has forecast that Viet Nam?s total export revenue will grow 10-12% to hit a record of US$ 239 billion for the whole year 2018, much higher than the set target of US$ 214 billion.


  Imports of iron and steel down in quantity but up in value (Monday, November 19,2018)

Vietnam imported 11.46 million tons of iron and steel worth of US$8.36 billion in the first ten months of this year, decreased by 9.8 per cent in quantity but up by 11.7 per cent in value compared with the same period last year, showed the preliminary statistics figures of the General Department of Customs.


  Moc Chau people grow passion fruit for export (Monday, November 19,2018)

Over the past two years, passion fruit has proven profitable to the farmers of Moc Chau district, Son La province.


  Saigon Hi-Tech Park attracts AI projects (Monday, November 19,2018)

Local and international experts shared research results on robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) technology at the annual international conference of the Saigon Hi-Tech Park held on November 16 in Ho Chi Minh City.


  Vietnam-RoK trade up but deficit grows (Monday, November 19,2018)

Over the past 25 years, the economic ties between Vietnam and the Republic of Korea have flourished, but the trade imbalance between the two countries has reached an alarming level.


  Vietnam imported petroleum mostly from South East Asian countries (Sunday, November 18,2018)

Vietnam’s imports of petroleum reached 9.98 million tons worth of US$6.75 billion in the first ten months of this year, down by 5.4 per cent in quantity but up by 14.4 per cent in value over the same period of 2017, according to the preliminary statistics figures of the General Department of Customs.


  Investment attraction important to food processing industry (Saturday, November 17,2018)

Attracting investment to expand production and upgrade technology is crucial in developing food processing, heard a workshop to promote investment in the industry held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 15 by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.


  Shares climb during morning session (Friday, November 16,2018)

Shares were up on Friday morning thanks to strong support from blue chips in the banking and mining sectors.


  Vietnam domestic market commodity prices - Nov 16 (Friday, November 16,2018)

Following are domestic prices of Vietnam's key commodities.


  Vietnam’s imports and exports reached nearly US$400 billion in ten months (Friday, November 16,2018)

Vietnam’s import and export revenue totaled US$396.85 billion in the first ten months of this year, increased by 13.8 per cent or $48.12 billion compared with the same period last year, according to the latest statistics figures released by the General Department of Customs.


  Use of fish byproducts could lead to higher profits: experts (Friday, November 16,2018)

The fisheries sector in Viet Nam should use more seafood by-products such as bones, heads and skin to add value to the industry, experts said during an event held between Vietnamese and Norwegian fishery firms on Wednesday in HCM City.


  VN stocks fall again (Friday, November 16,2018)

Vietnamese shares extended losses for a third straight day as investor confidence remained weak and foreign selling surged.




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