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Vietnam’s import-export sector faces more challenges

The fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) is considered a golden chance for developing countries like Vietnam to improve quality of services, goods and competitive advantages.

  • WTO finds for Vietnam in U.S. shrimp dumping case

    The decision is the latest in which 'zeroing' — a framework used by the U.S. for calculating duties on goods sold at less than their price on the exporter's home market — has been found illegal.

  • Pressing for strong IPR regime in FTA with India: EU tells WTO

    PTI/NEW DELHI: The European Union has informed the WTO that it is pressing for inclusion of strong IPR regime in the free trade agreement under negotiations with India even as the Commerce Ministry has maintained that New Delhi will not yield to the EU on this issue.

  • Vietnam, EU look forward to free trade argreement

    The signing of a Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will further promote bilateral ties and increase investment opportunities for both sides.

  • S.Korea and China resume preliminary FTA talks

    The South Korean and Chinese governments recently resumed preliminary ministerial discussions on sensitive areas prior to beginning discussions on a free trade agreement (FTA).

  • Cashew export volume down, value increases

    HCM CITY — Cashew exports in the first six months of the year reached 67,000 tonnes worth US$499 million, an increase in value, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

  • US Senate committee approves Colombia FTA

    The Senate Finance Committee voted to approve the U.S.-Colombia free trade agreement (FTA) bill in a mock markup session Thursday morning, much to the satisfaction of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.

  • U.S. considers removing all tariffs for poor nations

    (Reuters) - The U.S. government said on Friday it is investigating the probable economic effects of eliminating all tariffs and quotas on goods from the world's least-developed countries (LDCs).

  • Taiwan calls for FTA with European Union

    The European Union should consider signing a free trade agreement with Taiwan as “the EU’s Asian regional economic strategy will not be complete without Taiwan,” said Chen Ming-shy, deputy director-general of the Bureau of Foreign Trade July 6.