Vietnamese enterprises should take advantage of FTAs to boost exports

Vietnamese enterprises should take advantage of FTAs to boost exports

The Ministry of Industry and Trade held the conference "Exporting to FTA markets - Solving the problem of sustainable development" on November 18 in Ho Chi Minh City. Many export enterprises in many fields and industries in Southern provinces and cities have raised the difficulties that need to be removed when entering export markets.
Seminar seeks solutions for sustainable export of Vietnamese enterprises

Seminar seeks solutions for sustainable export of Vietnamese enterprises

The Ministry of Industry and Trade, on November 18, held a seminar with the theme "Exporting to FTA markets - Solving the problem of sustainable development". More than 300 export enterprises in many sectors and industries in the South and enterprises from the EuroCham and AmCham attended the program.
Foreign Direct Investment projects essential for growth

Foreign Direct Investment projects essential for growth

Although capital from Foreign Direct Investment projects is essential for the growth of the economy, there are many who believe that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) projects are being favored much more than domestic enterprise projects.
Import, export both increase

Import, export both increase

Since the beginning of the new year, many enterprises have accelerated production to meet the delivery schedule. Along with that, units have been striving to connect with supply chains to increase the source of raw materials.
Imported agricultural, fishery products encroach domestic market

Imported agricultural, fishery products encroach domestic market

The signing of many free trade agreements (FTAs) with other countries has helped several Vietnamese goods, including agricultural and aquatic products, open their doors widely to the world. In the opposite direction, the domestic market has also been importing a large volume of agricultural and fishery products from foreign countries, especially countries with trade relationships with Vietnam, creating more product diversity and more choices for consumers.
Prepping conditions to welcome investment waves

Prepping conditions to welcome investment waves

Foreign investors still have high expectations for Vietnam's investment environment despite facing many difficulties at the moment due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Currently, there are still many solutions and ways to improve foreign investment attraction and prepare conditions to be ready to welcome the investment wave in the new normal.
Enterprises should anticipate risks to restrict arising of disputes

Enterprises should anticipate risks to restrict arising of disputes

How to avoid scams when signing investment agreements with foreign enterprises? Is there any way to make use of incentives from free trade agreements? These concerns of some enterprises are also common questions in the process of Vietnamese enterprises integrating into the global playground.
Processing food for export at Cofidec Company in District 12, HCMC. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam’s exports warm up

According to the latest information from authorities and enterprises, Vietnam's exports in many markets have been increasing. Agricultural and aquatic products, foodstuffs, electricity, electronics, and textiles remain the items with large export turnover.
Production of household textiles for export to the US at Phong Phu Corporation. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnamese apparel enterprises take action to gain foothold in export markets

Garment and textile export turnover in the first month of this year reached US$2.6 billion, up 3.3 percent over the same period last year. The garment and textile industry aims to achieve the target of $39 billion this year, so since the beginning of the year, many key export product lines of the industry have been changed by enterprises.
Vietnam is more and more developing. (Photo: SGGP)

Aspirations for prosperity, might

The 13th National Party Congress took place at the end of January 2021. It has determined the development goals in the next five and ten years with a vision to 2045, aiming at turning Vietnam into a developed country with high income. The will of the Party and the State is also the aspiration of each citizen. Therefore, striving for fast and sustainable growth to avoid moving backward further and overcoming the middle-income trap are critical issues, requiring the arousal of self-reliance and endogenous strength to achieve the set goals.