Vietnam’s exports to EU increase robustly

Vietnam’s exports to EU increase robustly

At the Conference on Market Information and Connection with the European Distribution System (EU) held on August 11, Ms. Nguyen Thao Hien, Deputy Director of the European-American Market Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, said that in the first month of 2022, Vietnam's export turnover to the EU market increased drastically, estimated at US$27.9 billion, up 22 percent over the same period last year.
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European Union maintains high standards on exports

People refer to the European Union (EU) export market as one market that maintains the highest and most difficult quality standards in the world when dealing with imported goods from other countries. 
Vietnamese vermicelli, glass noodles, pho noodles enter EU market more easily

Vietnamese vermicelli, glass noodles, pho noodles enter EU market more easily

The Office of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, on the evening of June 13, informed that Vietnamese products sold in Europe, such as vermicelli, glass noodles, rice paper, and pho noodles, have been excluded by the EU from the list of agricultural products and food that needs to be strictly inspected when exporting to this market.
Vietnam’s seafood exports to EU expected to continue to increase

Vietnam’s seafood exports to EU expected to continue to increase

The Office of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and the Trade Promotion Agency, on the afternoon of April 22, informed the press that the EU market needed to import a large volume of seafood after the pandemic, opening up opportunities for Vietnamese seafood enterprises.
Vietnamese enterprises to maintain pace of export in EU market

Vietnamese enterprises to maintain pace of export in EU market

The Ministry of Industry and Trade, on October 27, coordinated with the European Chamber of Commerce (EuroCham) to organize the Vietnam-EU Trade Forum in 2021 titled "EVFTA – Leverage for Trade and Investment Cooperation in the New Normal’. The meeting attracted more than 300 delegates from many provinces, cities, commercial counselors, domestic and European enterprises.
Red card for EU market has grave consequences

Red card for EU market has grave consequences

After nearly four years of struggling to remove the yellow card issued by the European Council (EC), many remain worried that the red card may soon be issued, and access to the lucrative European Union (EU) markets denied altogether.
EU applies stricter regulations on imported products of animal origin

EU applies stricter regulations on imported products of animal origin

On the morning of April 19, the office of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, informed the press that from April 21, Vietnam's products exported to the EU, such as poultry eggs, milk, meat, and seafood, will be checked more strictly, due to new regulations of the importing market.