The effective adjustment of specialized inspection as well as the application of electronic customs procedures has made import-export activities smoother in Vietnam, greatly contributing to forming a more attractive trading environment for both domestic and foreign companies so that they can take better advantage of free trade agreements.
It is essential for Vietnam to promote investment in training for high-quality human resources, especially in hi-tech industries. This is the recommendation from foreign enterprises to the Government in the recent meeting between the Prime Minister and foreign-invested businesses.
Ho Chi Minh City is going to apply the new fee for the use of the infrastructure and public utility services at border gates and seaports in the city from this April 1. Many businesses have shown the inappropriateness of this new rate and the fee division method to Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper.
The total export turnovers of Vietnam since January 2022 has reached US$39,58 billion, an increase of 2.7 percent compared to last year, showing positive signals to the national economic recovery. However, many domestic enterprises are still concerned about the current dual pressure of fuel price rise and technical barriers to trade (TBT).