22:40 (GMT +7) - Thursday 17/01/2019

Tag: CPTPP

Vietnam & Japan should lead TPP-11

Vietnam & Japan should lead TPP-11

14:44 | 27/12/2017

PM tells Japanese Minister of Economy that two countries need to take the lead in having CPTPP signed.

CPTPP to boost trade and investment between New Zealand & Vietnam

CPTPP to boost trade and investment between New Zealand & Vietnam

22:54 | 12/1/2019

Ambassador of New Zealand to Vietnam, H.E. Wendy Matthews, tells VET how the CPTPP will offer more opportunities for Vietnamese and New Zealand...

Realizing the benefits of CPTPP

Realizing the benefits of CPTPP

10:40 | 9/1/2019

Vietnam's trade benefitting fully from the CPTPP requires the country and its enterprises put the agreement to their advantage and comply with all...

A better class of investment

A better class of investment

10:44 | 9/1/2019

Vietnam is certain to see better-quality foreign investment under the CPTPP.

CPTPP beneficial to exporters

CPTPP beneficial to exporters

08:11 | 30/12/2018

Mr. Warrick Cleine, Chairman & CEO of KPMG in Vietnam and Cambodia, tells VET how the CPTPP will affect Vietnam's economy in terms of trade and...

CPTPP a boost to M&A deals

CPTPP a boost to M&A deals

17:39 | 25/12/2018

Mr. Yee Chung Seck, Head of Baker McKenzie's M&A practice, talks about M&As in Vietnam next year.

CPTPP workshop hears of opportunities and challenges

CPTPP workshop hears of opportunities and challenges

14:12 | 29/11/2018

"CPTPP - Opportunities and Challenges for Vietnamese Enterprises" workshop held in Hanoi on November 28.

NA ratifies CPTPP

NA ratifies CPTPP

19:38 | 12/11/2018

Vietnam the seventh country to ratify eleven-member trade pact.

CPTPP submitted to NA for approval

CPTPP submitted to NA for approval

12:49 | 3/11/2018

Vietnam expected to become seventh county to ratify trade deal, after Japan, Mexico, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

CPTPP to boost Vietnam-Canada trade

CPTPP to boost Vietnam-Canada trade

09:21 | 13/3/2018

Agreement to provide benefits to both countries, who are yet to have a BTA, according to President and CEO of Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada.