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Tag: exports

Vietnamese pangasius exports pass first US test

Vietnamese pangasius exports pass first US test

14:21 | 5/3/2018

Vietnam satisfies US Department of Agriculture's first test for continuing to export pangasius to the country.

Fruit & vegetable trade up in January

Fruit & vegetable trade up in January

23:41 | 14/2/2018

Exports at $320 million and imports $160 million in first month of new year, up 37% and 57% year-on-year.

Optimism surrounds Vietnam-China trade

Optimism surrounds Vietnam-China trade

23:11 | 16/2/2018

Solid 2017 bridges trade deficit with high hopes that greater exports will continue, trade counselor conference hears.

2018 rice exports expected at 6 million tonnes

2018 rice exports expected at 6 million tonnes

11:10 | 6/2/2018

Exports hit 5.7 million tonnes worth $2.54 billion in 2017.

Capital Economics: Lack of FDI spillovers a concern for exports

Capital Economics: Lack of FDI spillovers a concern for exports

21:16 | 9/1/2018

Latest report from Capital Economics notes potential problems from FDI not benefiting domestic companies to the fullest.

Fruits of labor

Fruits of labor

08:09 | 1/1/2018

The bar is high, but fruit and vegetable exports are an area of particular potential for Vietnam.

Rice exports exceed 2017 targets

Rice exports exceed 2017 targets

16:06 | 21/12/2017

Volume passes annual target in November, in a year when rice exports were widely expected to struggle.

Wood exports to EU to reach $1bn by 2020

Wood exports to EU to reach $1bn by 2020

15:59 | 18/12/2017

Annual revenue to hit $1 billion mark on the back of EVFTA, according to Vietnam Timber and Forest Product Association.

HSBC: Tourism the growth pillar, not oil

HSBC: Tourism the growth pillar, not oil

17:26 | 3/11/2017

Dwindling demand means that Vietnam can no longer rely on crude oil exports for economic growth, HSBC writes in latest report.

10M agri-exports reach $29.76bn

10M agri-exports reach $29.76bn

07:50 | 4/11/2017

Figure up 12.7% y-o-y, MARD report reveals.