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Lee Teng-hui said Taiwanese have a strong sense of their own identity, which will be important to protecting sovereignty, the JTEA head said

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The Protocol on the requirements to carry out an inspection for durian exported from Vietnam to China has just been signed, effective from July 11, and has opened the "door" for the official export of Vietnamese durian to the Chinese market.

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He further cited that last year, Vietnam ranked 11th among exporters to the EU globally. In Asia, the country came fifth, only after China, Japan, the Republic of Korea and India.

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During the first six months of 2022, Vietnam enjoyed a significant trade surplus with the EU, at US$15.5 billion – a strong indicator of Vietnam’s economic recovery post-pandemic, and growing Vietnam-EU bilateral trade. Vietnam Briefing analyses growing Vietnam-EU trade relations and the top-performing industries between the two partners.

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It has become more commonplace for trade agreements in the Asia Pacific to include a variety of digital trade provisions. To understand the salient features of these agreements, it is helpful to map out their main baseline features. Doing so also indicates where digital trade agreements may be going or need to go.

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The Ministry of Industry and Trade confirmed that Vietnam will rise to the third largest export of clothing in the world at the conference to connect the supply and demand of raw materials for Vietnam's textile and garment industry organized by the Trade Promotion Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade today.

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The renewable energy sector in Vietnam is one of the most vibrant in Southeast Asia with high demand and significant potential thanks to the country’s abundant offshore wind sources as well as abundant solar sources. Vietnam Briefing sheds light on the recent cooperation between Russia and Vietnam’s energy corporations on the development of a new wind energy project.

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President Joe Biden has still not decided whether to end some trade tariffs on China ahead of a phone call expected this week with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, a senior official said Tuesday.

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered its growth forecast for the Asia-Pacific region this year to 4.2 per cent - 0.7 percentage point lower than it expected in April, and well below the region's 6.5 per cent growth in 2021.

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Still reeling from the Covid-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the global economy is facing an increasingly murky and uncertain outlook, according to the latest report released on Tuesday by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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