Từ khóa: #Vietnamese rice

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Enterprises benefit from Free Trade Agreement

The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) has had a positive impact on Vietnamese enterprises and exports in the last two years since it came into force. However, the market share of Vietnamese products in Europe is still rather modest.
Rice processing for export at Trung An Hi-tech Farming JSC.

Vietnamese rice export showing impressively positive signs

Economist experts commented that the target of Vietnam to export 7 tonnes of rice in 2022 is within the power. In addition, the export price of 5-percent broken rice is leading the world, at US$425-230 per tonne. These are truly positive signs to the national economy at the end of this year.

Vietnamese rice contest names winners

Vietnamese rice contest names winners

Thai Binh Seed Corporation’s TBR39 fragrant rice has won the first prize in Vietnam's best rice contest 2022 and will represent the country’s at the 2022 World's Best Rice competition.
Over 6 million tons of rice exported in 10 months

Over 6 million tons of rice exported in 10 months


About 6.07 million tons of rice worth US$2.94 billion was exported in the first 10 months of 2022, up 17.2% in volume and 7.4% in value year on year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
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.
Sustainably strengthening position of Vietnamese rice in UK mạrket

Sustainably strengthening position of Vietnamese rice in UK mạrket

Regarding exported rice and Vietnamese rice brands, on the afternoon of May 4, the Vietnam Trade Office in the UK informed that in 2020, the volume of Vietnamese rice imported into the UK increased from 1,296 tons, worth nearly US$1.3 million in 2019, to 3,396 tons, worth over $2.6 million.
Vietnamese enterprises need to reclaim ST25 rice brand

Vietnamese enterprises need to reclaim ST25 rice brand

According to Mr. Vu Ba Phu, Director of the Trade Promotion Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, when an enterprise registers for trademark protection, other enterprises are not allowed to reuse that trademark and not duplicate registration.
Vietnamese goods making deeper inroads into Northern Europe - Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)

Vietnamese goods making deeper inroads into Northern Europe

Vietnam’s export turnover to six Northern European countries in 2020 was equal to figures reported in the previous year despite difficulties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Vietnamese Commercial Counsellor in Sweden Nguyen Thi Hoang Thuy.
Rice harvesting in the Mekong Delta. (Photo: SGGP)

Agricultural sector reduces rice-growing areas, improves rice quality

In recent days, the export prices of Vietnamese rice have continued to top rice exporting countries, surpassing those of Thailand, India, and Pakistan. Typically, on January 22, the export price was at US$523 per ton for five-percent broken rice, $498 per ton for 25-percent broken rice, and $438 per ton for 100-percent broken rice. Last year, the export prices of Vietnamese rice also took the highest position many times.
Agricultural sector improves value of Vietnamese rice

Agricultural sector improves value of Vietnamese rice

In recent days, farmers in the Mekong Delta have been flexibly sowing the winter-spring rice crop early to avoid drought and saltwater intrusion at the end of the rice crop. Not only using high-quality rice varieties, but the percentage of farmers using certified rice varieties has also increased rapidly. These are important turning points in improving the quality of rice to enhance the value of Vietnamese rice in the international market.
Farmers in Hau Giang Province grow rice by rice planting machine. (Photo: SGGP)

Opportunities for Vietnamese rice to strengthen position in global market

At the end of the year, the weather in the South has started getting cold. This is also the time when the water in the fields downstream began to recede. Many farmers along the National Highway 61C, which connects Hau Giang and Can Tho provinces, are rushing to plow the soil to sow the winter-spring rice crop.
The first batch of fragrant rice in An Giang Province is ready for export to the EU. (Photo: SGGP)

First batch of fragrant rice in An Giang Province to be exported to EU

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) on September 22 coordinated with the People's Committee of An Giang Province to hold the announcement ceremony of the export of the first batch of fragrant rice to Europe under the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) with the participation of leaders of the MARD, other relevant ministries, and the representatives of the European Union in Vietnam.
Golden time to promote Vietnamese rice brand

Golden time to promote Vietnamese rice brand

According to rice experts, after winning the World’s Best Rice award, Vietnamese rice has resonated in the global market. If the country rapidly expands the production of ST25 rice with a safe cultivation process, this will be the golden time for Vietnam to advertise the Vietnamese rice brand.
Vietnamese rice more pricey than Thai rice

Vietnamese rice more pricey than Thai rice

According to the Vietnam Food Association (VFA), Vietnam's rice price is now highest in the group of top rice exporters including Thailand, India, Pakistan and Myanmar. 
Farmers harvest early winter-spring rice in the Mekong Delta. (Photo: SGGP)

Diversifying rice export markets to reduce risks

Provinces in the Mekong Delta are entering the harvest season of the winter-spring rice crop, but the export of rice might be affected by the Chinese market due to outbreaks of an acute respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19). Amid such context, diversifying export market is considered as an urgent solution for the Vietnamese rice.
South Korea is a new market for Vietnamese rice this year. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam to export rice to South Korea

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) announced that Vietnam and South Korea had signed an export agreement of all types of rice grown by the former to the latter with a quota of more than 55,000 tons for Vietnam only.