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Cambodia and Vietnam agree to drop import duties

Trade ties between Cambodia and Vietnam were strengthened on Wednesday following a meeting between high-ranking commerce officials in which both countries agree to drop tariffs on a number of goods. Vietnam also agreed to expand its quota of Cambodian rice to 300,000 tonnes and tobacco leaves to 3,000 tonnes. These are the most significant points […]

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Made-in-Vietnam products remain locals’ favorite

The Hanoitimes – Domestic companies are focusing more on the product quality instead of variety to gain consumers’ trust and competing with foreign goods. Vietnamese products still dominate the local market, as a recent survey conducted by the Association of High-quality Vietnamese Products showed that 89% of respondents said they prefer Vietnamese products and 93% frequently […]

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Vietnam to increase cassava exports

HANOI (Xinhua) – Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade as well as Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development are working with Chinese partners to facilitate cassava starch production and trading enterprises to export to the Chinese market, local media reported yesterday. Large-scale cassava factories and household-scale facilities in Vietnam are being encouraged to improve their […]

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Vietnam’s M&A deals reach record high of US$9.9 billion in 2018

The Hanoitimes – The figure somewhat showed results from the Vietnamese government’s privatization progress. Merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in Vietnam were reported to hit US$9.9 billion in 2018, rocketing 160% from a year earlier, according to Nguyen Van Toan, vice chairman of Vietnam’s Association of Foreign Invested Enterprises (VAFIE). The figure showed foreign investors’ further […]

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