Export prices of rice fall, causing anxiety to many enterprises

Export prices of rice fall, causing anxiety to many enterprises

The export prices of Vietnamese rice are declining due to the pressure from those of Pakistan and India. Currently, the prices of 5-percent broken rice are only US$488-US$492 per ton, down about $25 per ton compared to that in February this year.
Apple is tapping India and Vietnam in production diversification (Photo: Reuters)

Apple bolsters production shift to Vietnam, India

Apple is ramping up the production of iPhones, iPads, Macs and other products outside of China, in a sign that the tech giant is continuing to accelerate its production diversification, reported Nikkei Asia.

India will re-consider Vietnamese pepper imports as pepper fails piperine content (Photo: SGGP)

India to re-consider Vietnamese black pepper import

The office of the Ministry of Industry and Trade yesterday announced India will re-consider imports of Vietnamese black pepper following accusation that the product fails to meet minimum piperine content.

Vietnam posts trade surplus to India

Vietnam posts trade surplus to India

Statistics by the General Department of Vietnam Customs, in the first three months of this year, the two-way trade between Vietnam and India exceeded US$2.34 billion.
Vietnam promotes handicraft products in India

Vietnam promotes handicraft products in India

The Vietnamese Trade Office in India set up a pavilion to sell handicraft products at the India International Mega Trade Fair (IIMTF), which took place in Kolkata city in West Bengal State from December 13-25.
Vietnam, India expect two-way trade to hit US$15 billion by 2020

Vietnam, India expect two-way trade to hit US$15 billion by 2020

Ten Indian enterprises operating in the fields of renewable energy, waste treatment, technology, aviation and banking participated in the “Vietnam-India Trade Exchange” recently held by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry -  Ho Chi Minh City Branch (VCCI-HCM).
The My Son Sanctuary is comprised of eight groups of 71 monuments built throughout the 7th to 13th centuries. (Photo: VNA)

Indian, Russian experts help with preservation of My Son sanctuary

Experts from India and Russia have visited My Son sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam from late June to early July 2019 to help with the restoration of the world cultural heritage site, director of the sanctuary’s management board Phan Ho said on July 3.