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Vietnam to sell 130,000 tons of rice to Philippines
Monday,  May 7, 2018,22:48 (GMT+7)
CAN THO – Vietnam secured a deal on May 4 to supply 130,000 tons of rice for the Philippines at prices lower than those in the failed government-to-government tender on April 27.
Friday,  May 4, 2018,18:13 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Import-export tax collections in HCMC in the first four months of the year are heavily dependent on consumer goods imports, according to the HCMC Customs Department.
Thursday,  May 3, 2018,17:00 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Exporters to the European Union from Vietnam will be obliged to issue certificates of origin for their own products next year. Otherwise, they will not enjoy the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP), the Vietnam News Agency reports.
Thursday,  May 3, 2018,16:59 (GMT+7)
HCMC – With the Philippines to reopen tenders for the procurement of 250,000 tons of rice tomorrow after rejecting the prices offered by Vietnam and Thailand, Vietnam may lower its price further this time.
Wednesday,  May 2, 2018,17:25 (GMT+7)
HCMC – The Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) has sent a petition to relevant authorities to take action, including complaints to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and counter-tariffs against U.S. products, to safeguard local enterprises from the U.S. steel tariff.
Friday,  Apr 27, 2018,20:22 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Automechanika HCMC 2018, an exhibition of the automotive service sector, is featuring 360 international and local companies.
Friday,  Apr 27, 2018,20:19 (GMT+7)
HANOI – Like the U.S. and Australia, China has strengthened safety checks of Vietnamese products, mainly fruits, from now to 2020.
Thursday,  Apr 26, 2018,16:15 (GMT+7)
CAN THO – The National Food Authority (NFA) of the Philippines has invited Vietnam to participate in a tender to supply 250,000 tons of rice, thus making the local rice market more active, according to the Vietnam Food Association (VFA).
Thursday,  Apr 26, 2018,16:15 (GMT+7)
CAN THO – A European Union (EU) delegation will come to Vietnam next month to look into Vietnam’s effort to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing after the country got a yellow card warning in October last year.
Thursday,  Apr 26, 2018,16:09 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, speaking at a national teleconference on how to boost exports in Hanoi City on April 23, urged solutions to reduce production and service costs, and improve the quality of goods to prop up export growth.
Monday,  Apr 23, 2018,23:41 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Vietnam’s exports of textiles and garments are estimated at US$7.62 billion in the first quarter of this year, a 13.35% rise against the previous period last year.
Thursday,  Apr 19, 2018,19:18 (GMT+7)
CAN THO – The Vietnam Catfish Association has called on local seafood processors and traders to brace for China’s more stringent quality standards for tra fish imports from Vietnam as shipments to the neighboring market are rising.
Wednesday,  Apr 18, 2018,20:09 (GMT+7)
HCMC – A meeting “Connecting markets for consuming watermelon and key farm produce in Quang Ngai” took place on April 17 in the central province of Quang Ngai with the participation of more than 50 Chinese traders as key importers of the product.
Monday,  Apr 16, 2018,22:04 (GMT+7)
HANOI – The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Vietnam welcomes the U.S. weighing re-entering the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which will help boost market expansion for U.S. firms, according to the chamber in a press statement.
Monday,  Apr 16, 2018,18:29 (GMT+7)
HCMC – The first quarter this year has seen trade surplus surgingto US$2.7 billion, as export growth outpaced that of import spending, according to statistics of the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
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