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It is forecast that thanks to the effectiveness of the EVFTA, the European markets will have high demand for importing shrimp at year-end.

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Vietnam exported 15,870 tonnes of tuna worth US$73.33 million to the European Union in the first half of 2021, up 39.3% and 31.6%, respectively, against the same period last year, according to a journal published by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

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Demand from the European Union and North American markets recovered and rose strongly, boosting the export volume of galvanised steel and offsetting weak domestic consumption in the first half of this year, Việt Dragon Securities Corporation (VDSC) said in a report.

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No European business has left Vietnam due to Covid-19, but continued restrictions and delayed vaccination could cause them to do so.

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A Czech Republic-Vietnam trade forum was held in Brno City, the capital of the South Moravian Region on September 10, aiming to provide local enterprises with information on Vietnam’s business environment.

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European firms still showed strong confidence in Vietnam's ability to control the pandemic and for the Southeast Asian economy to pull off a strong recovery in a near future, heard an online conference organised by the European Chamber of Commerce (EuroCham) in Vietnam on September 9.

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Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan told David Clarinval, Minister for Small Businesses, the Self-Employed, SMEs and Agriculture, Institutional Reform and Democratic Renewal of Belgium that Vietnam hopes to further foster agricultural collaboration with Belgium during their meeting in Brussels on September 9.

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Vietnamese specialty fruits are on display at the 38th Macfrut Fruit Fair (Macfrut Fair 2021) which officially opened in Rimini city in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy on September 7.

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After the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement was put into place one year ago, Vietnamese businesses have begun to optimise opportunities brought by the deal.

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Vietnam sees the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA) as "two wings of a bird", without one, it would be hard to ensure the lawful rights of Vietnamese and European investors.

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