A baker debuts dragon fruit bread to help farmers

A baker debuts dragon fruit bread to help farmers

12:37 | 20/02/2020

As metric tons of Vietnam’s dragon fruit are barred from being exported to China in light of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic, a local baker has debuted new type of bread that uses the fruit as one of its main ingredients to roaring success.    

Long An province exports 50 tons of dragon fruit a day by sea

Long An province exports 50 tons of dragon fruit a day by sea

13:08 | 17/02/2020

The Dragon Fruit Association in Southern Vietnam's Long An province exports 50 tons of dragon fruit a day on average to China and other Southeast Asian nations by sea as export by road has faced lots of difficulties due to the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic, said chairman of the association Nguyen Quoc Trinh.    

Ten years of efforts to seek for “sweet fruit” EVFTA

Ten years of efforts to seek for “sweet fruit” EVFTA

23:06 | 16/02/2020

The European Parliament (EP) recently voted to officially ratify the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA). After nearly 10 years of negotiations, the approval of the EVFTA by both Vietnam and the EU has offered a new horizon for greater and more comprehensive cooperation and stronger development, meeting the needs of the people and businesses of the two sides.    

Border localities asked to resume trade with China

Border localities asked to resume trade with China

21:44 | 16/02/2020

Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has asked the northern provinces of Lang Son and Quang Ninh to resume imports, exports and transport of goods through three sub-border gates in the two localities after a suspension due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Vietnam’s tourism sector could lose US$ 5bln due to COVID-19

Vietnam’s tourism sector could lose US$ 5bln due to COVID-19

10:39 | 14/02/2020

Due to an impact of Covid-19 epidemic, the number of foreign visitors to Vietnam will continue to decrease sharply by 50- 60 percent in the upcoming time as the country has a land border with China and reported to have Covid19-positive cases.

Kuwait Embassy supports Vietnamese watermelon farmers

Kuwait Embassy supports Vietnamese watermelon farmers

15:31 | 13/02/2020

The Embassy of Kuwait has purchased two tonnes of watermelon to help farmers in Vietnam’s Bang Giang province as the Vietnam’s agricultural exports are facing difficulties due to the acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-2019).

German investors recognise Vietnam’s efforts in COVID-19 fight

German investors recognise Vietnam’s efforts in COVID-19 fight

09:46 | 13/02/2020

Up to 44 percent of German investors recognise the prompt and effective response by the Vietnamese Government to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, according to a survey announced by the German Industry and Commerce in Vietnam (AHK) on February 12.

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