Over the past time, Vietnam has always focused on expanding agricultural export markets to European countries, especially since the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) took effect. However, Vietnamese enterprises mainly focus on the traditional Western European market, while not exploiting the great potential of the Nordic countries.
Implementing the One Commune One Product (OCOP) programme, over the years, the northern province of Hung Yen has paid attention to and supported enterprises, cooperatives and business households to produce high quality OCOP products, creating brand name and reputation in the market.
The Korea Trade - Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) have arranged 166 direct meetings between 25 businesses from Incheon city, the Republic of Korea (RoK), and nearly 100 Vietnamese importers over the past few days to seek partnership opportunities.
Developing a long-term strategy, focusing on products with high value, and complying with market regulations are among the solutions for Vietnamese agricultural products to conquer the Dutch market and other Nordic countries.
A recent strong influx of foreign direct investment (FDI) to Vietnam has prompted the government to design long-term policies and create a favourable and transparent environment for foreign investors to operate in a long term in the country, according to experts.
MM Mega Market , in collaboration with the Foreign Agricultural Service under the US Department of Agriculture ( USDA/FAS ), launched a programme introducing US food and beverages in Ho Chi Minh City on September 20.
Rubber is one of the main agricultural export products, but it is currently facing many difficulties and challenges. To be able to develop sustainably, the rubber sector needs to comprehensively restructure, including a system of synchronous and effective solutions, to improve the competitiveness of products in both domestic and international markets.
The Korea Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA Hanoi) plans to organise a business-to-business (B2B) trade event on September 21 between enterprises from the Republic of Korea’s Incheon city and Vietnamese importers.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand coordinated with Berli Jucker Company (BJC) and Big C to organise the "Taste of Vietnam" programme within the Big C Bangkok supermarket system from September 15 to 28.
Thai Oil Plc (TOP), Thailand’s the largest oil refining company by capacity, is looking forward to pouring its investment in Vietnam, Indonesia and India, in the fields of oil refinery, lube oil and high-value petrochemical products.
For the first time, Vietnam's ST25 rice has been used to process dishes on the menu of the Japanese Cabinet Office, Minister of Agricultural and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan has said at the recent government meeting.
A total of 51 Production Unit Codes (PUCs) and 25 Pack House Codes (PHCs) in Vietnam have been recognised as eligible for export of fresh durian to China, according to the Vietnam Sanitary and Phyto-sanitary Notification Authority and Enquiry Point (SPS Vietnam).
Vietnam and Denmark have a lot of potential to expand and deepen their cooperation in the time ahead, especially in green growth, Danish State Secretary for Trade and Global Sustainability Lina Hansen has affirmed.
The Thai government has announced that Thailand and Vietnam have reached an agreement to increase the price of domestically produced rice in the global market in the context of rising costs in rice production.