Vietnam News Today (August 18): Hanoi Students to Begin School Year on September 1

Vietnam News Today (August 18): Hanoi Students to Begin School Year on September 1

Vietnam News Today (August 18): Hanoi remains at high risk of Covid-19 community infection Hanoi students begin their school year on September 1; HCM City receives more assistance for Covid-19 fight; Isolation deepens as pandemic kills peak season tourism on Ly Son Island
Vietnam’s rice exports grow despite pandemic

Vietnam’s rice exports grow despite pandemic

Rice is still one of the key export items during the Covid-19 pandemic as businesses continue to have many orders to markets with high quality requirements. Efforts to improve quality over the years have brought positive results to the export of this item recently.
Vietnam may lose entry to World's Best Rice Contest

Vietnam may lose entry to World's Best Rice Contest

The competition organizers have warned Vietnam that it could lose the right to participate because many Vietnamese companies already label their product as 'World's Best Rice' without being authorized
Philippines becomes Vietnam's largest rice importer

Philippines becomes Vietnam's largest rice importer

Vietnam raked in $1.01 billion from exporting 1.9 million tonnes of rice during the opening four months of the year, with the Philippines becoming the country’s largest consumer, according to the Agro Processing and Market Development Authority.
Vietnam would remain world’s second largest rice exporter: US department of Agriculture

Vietnam would remain world’s second largest rice exporter: US department of Agriculture

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has forecast that Vietnam would maintain its position as the world’s second-biggest rice exporter this year.
Vietnam exports 638,000 tonnes of rice in the first two months

Vietnam exports 638,000 tonnes of rice in the first two months

Vietnam exported 638,000 tonnes of rice worth $352 million in the first two months of 2021, declining 31.4% in volume and 18.3% in value year-on-year.
Vietnamese businesses seek opportunities of diversifying markets to increase exports

Vietnamese businesses seek opportunities of diversifying markets to increase exports

Local businesses have been advised to diversify their markets to intensify import and export activities this year, alongside maximising the benefits of free trade agreements (FTAs), restructuring export products, developing stronger brands, whilst grasping market information and changes in the policies of importers, according to insiders.
Vietnam’s first 60 tons of rice exported to UK under UKVFTA

Vietnam’s first 60 tons of rice exported to UK under UKVFTA

Vietnam’s first 60 tons of fragrant rice exported to the UK under the UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA) has been sold in London since January 26, according to Vietnam News Agency.
Vietnam's rice exports win big despite one-month interuption

Vietnam's rice exports win big despite one-month interuption

Although the rice export volume decreased by about 3.5% year-on-year, the price of Vietnam's export rice still bounce.
Vietnam buys Indian rice for first time in decades

Vietnam buys Indian rice for first time in decades

Vietnam, the world’s third-biggest exporter of rice, has started buying the grain from rival India for the first time in decades after local prices jumped to their highest in nine years amid limited domestic supplies
Vietnam rice export price hit 9 years peak, Thailand rates dip

Vietnam rice export price hit 9 years peak, Thailand rates dip

Vietnamese rice export prices reached a fresh nine-year high this week thanks to dwindling supplies and continued Philippine buying
Vietnam’s door to export rice to UK market wide open

Vietnam’s door to export rice to UK market wide open

The impending UK-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA)’s incentives might assist Vietnamese rice exporters in increasing their market share in the UK.
Asian rice market: Vietnam pushes the peak of export price

Asian rice market: Vietnam pushes the peak of export price

According to Reuters, the Asian rice market this week witnessed some fluctuation. Decreased Vietnam rice supplies led to the rise of export price to a near two-month peak this week. 
Algerians favor Vietnamese coffee, seafood and many other agricultural products

Algerians favor Vietnamese coffee, seafood and many other agricultural products

Algeria is a potential market for Vietnamese agricultural products, reported VGP citing the latest statistics of the Vietnamese trade office in Algeria.
CJ Group shows interest in rice research center establishment in Vietnam

CJ Group shows interest in rice research center establishment in Vietnam

President of CJ Group in Vietnam, Mr. Chang Bok Sang, have proposed the idea of cooperation with the Ministry of Industry and Trade to establish a rice research center in the country. 
Vietnam wins the deal of 60,000 ton of rice supply to the Philippines

Vietnam wins the deal of 60,000 ton of rice supply to the Philippines

Vietnam has won a tender offered by the Philippines to export 60,000 tonnes of rice to the partner country at a higher price than that of countries which won the bid. And Vietnam's 60,000 tons of rice will be shipped to the Philippines as a part of a 300,000-ton government-to-government rice tender held on June 8.
Vietnam to export 400,000 tonnes of rice this April

Vietnam to export 400,000 tonnes of rice this April

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has just agreed with a plan to resume Vietnam's rice export in 2020 with a volume of 400,000 tonnes for this April after the government announced an export ban in March to ensure national food security amid the Covid-19 epidemic.
International rice prices hit 6-year high as Thailand and Vietnam face drought and Covid-19

International rice prices hit 6-year high as Thailand and Vietnam face drought and Covid-19

Thailand facing record drought stoked concerns of a supply shortage and lifted rice export prices to a more than 6-1/2 year high this week, while strong domestic demand amid a coronavirus outbreak pushed Vietnamese rates to more than a one-year peak. These reasons from two key rice exporters Thailand and Vietnam cause the international prices of rice surged suddenly.
Vietnam to stock 190.000 tons of rice for food security amid COVID-19

Vietnam to stock 190.000 tons of rice for food security amid COVID-19

Vietnam's General Department of State Reserves plans to have 190,000 tons of rice in storage by June 15 to ensure the country has enough food amid the novel coronavirus outbreak, the finance ministry said on its website.    
Vietnam suspends rice exports for food security

Vietnam suspends rice exports for food security

Clearance for rice shipments has been stopped issuing by Vietnam Customs to ensure food security as the Covid-19 pandemic intensifies. 
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