Vietnam News Today (July 31): Hanoi Asked to Work Out Home Isolation Plan for Covid-19 F1 Cases

Vietnam News Today (July 31): Hanoi Asked to Work Out Home Isolation Plan for Covid-19 F1 Cases

Vietnam News Today (July 31): PM outlines new approach, solutions for national Covid-19 fight; HCM city speeds up Covid-19 vaccinations; Hanoi asked to work out home isolation plan for Covid-19 F1 cases; EVFTA fuels Vietnam’s imports from EU.
Vietnam, China to faciliate bilateral export-import

Vietnam, China to faciliate bilateral export-import

Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien and Chinese Ambassador to Vietnam Xiong Bo agreed to facilitate bilateral export-import activities during their meeting in Hanoi on May 25.
Vietnam’s free trade agreements boost exports-imports in first quarter

Vietnam’s free trade agreements boost exports-imports in first quarter

Vietnam’s exports and imports rose over 24 percent year-on-year in the first quarter, driven by the country’s free trade agreements (FTAs), said Associate Professor Pham Tat Thang, a former official at the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
US businesses keen to ramp up imports from Vietnam

US businesses keen to ramp up imports from Vietnam

Supply chain news website Material Handling & Logistics of the United States has recently published an article which reveals that 43% of US-based respondents at the start of the year consider Vietnam to be among their top three buying geographies, double that of 2019.
Vietnamese dairy giant imports over 2,100 dairy cows from the US

Vietnamese dairy giant imports over 2,100 dairy cows from the US

Vinamilk, Vietnam's largest dairy company, recently imported over 2,100 Holstein Friesian (HF) purebred cows from the United States for its new farm in Quang Ngai, in the country's central province.
Thailand and Indonesian-manufactuerd automobiles massively imported into Vietnam

Thailand and Indonesian-manufactuerd automobiles massively imported into Vietnam

The volume of imported automobiles into Vietnam increase by 2000 in comparison with that of January 2021.
Vietnam achieves trade surplus of $1.64 billion in the first two months

Vietnam achieves trade surplus of $1.64 billion in the first two months

Vietnam’s export turnover in the second half of February reached more than US$10.2 billion, up nearly 3% compared to the first half, raising the total export turnover in the first two months of the year to over $48.7 billion, increasing by almost 24%.
Vietnam enjoys trade surplus of nearly US$3 bln as of February 15

Vietnam enjoys trade surplus of nearly US$3 bln as of February 15

From the beginning of January to February 15, Vietnam posted a trade surplus of US$2.76 billion. Only in the first half of February, the country's export revenue hit US$9.94 billion, representing a 2.5% year-on-year increase, according to data released by the General Department of Customs.
Vietnam records trade surplus of US$1.3 bln in January

Vietnam records trade surplus of US$1.3 bln in January

Vietnam recorded a trade surplus of US$1.3 billion in January 2021 mainly thanks to the FDI sector, according to the preliminary data released by the General Statistics Office.
Korea raises the import of Vietnam's shrimps

Korea raises the import of Vietnam's shrimps

Korea is importing more shrimps from Vietnam. Korea has become the fifth biggest importer of Vietnam's shrimps with 10.7% of market share.
Vietnam's imports of computers, electronic products and components exceed USD 21 billion

Vietnam's imports of computers, electronic products and components exceed USD 21 billion

Import of Computer, electronic products, and parts exceed.
Vietnam posts nearly USD 2 billion of trade surplus in the first five months

Vietnam posts nearly USD 2 billion of trade surplus in the first five months

Vietnam reported a trade surplus of 1.9 billion USD in the first five months of this year amid the ongoing complexity for global markets caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ministry says no to suspension of petroleum imports

Ministry says no to suspension of petroleum imports

Ministry of Industry and Trade leaders disagree with the proposal to stop importing petroleum because of concerns that this could affect consumer rights and violate commitments in trade agreements.
T&T Group run by Hien Coach made a US $ 115 million agricultural deal with a US partner ignoring Covid-19 's attack

T&T Group run by Hien Coach made a US $ 115 million agricultural deal with a US partner ignoring Covid-19 's attack

On March 31, a business of online work in T&T Group run by the business man Do Quang Hien (well-known for the name Hien Coach) signed a US $ 115 mil contract of agricultural import with a US partner. Mostly imported agricutural products are raw material for feed production which surged its price due to unstoppable Covid-19 pandemic's impact. 
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