Clothes for exports at Bac Giang Garment Corporation Joint Stock Company. (Photo: TRAN HAI)

Optimistic signals from US market

The US is currently Vietnam's second largest trading partner. In 2022, Vietnam's export turnover to the US reached 109.38 billion USD, marking the first export market of surpassing 100 billion USD. In the first half of 2023, complicated fluctuations in the global economic and geopolitical environment have caused many challenges for Vietnam's exports to the world as well as the US.
Exporting chili peppers to RoK must comply with separate regulations on phytosanitary.

Room remains for export agricultural products to RoK

Vietnam's agricultural exports to the Republic of Korea (RoK) still have many opportunities to expand and grow when Vietnam and RoK have signed and implemented free trade agreements, including the ASEAN- Korea Free Trade Agreement (AKFTA), the Vietnam-Korea Free Trade Agreement (VKFTA), and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
At the signing ceremony.

Ho Chi Minh City to form pork trading floor

The signing ceremony of cooperation agreement on forming a pork trading floor in Ho Chi Minh City among the Mercantile Exchange of Vietnam (MXV), the City Department of Industry and Trade and Department of Agriculture and Rural Development was held successfully on August 14.
VN-Index exceeds 1,230-point mark

VN-Index exceeds 1,230-point mark

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index rose by 0.95% or 11.60 points on August 8 to end the final trading day of the week at 1,232.21, supported by gains in the stocks of Vingroup and commercial banks.
VN-Index advances slightly on August 8. (Illustrative image)

VN-Index advances slightly on August 8

Vietnam's benchmark VN-Index rose 0.07% (0.81 points)  to 1,242.23 points on August 8 as VIC of private conglomerate Vingroup made a breakthrough and a series of small and medium-sized stocks were on the rise at the end of the session. 
Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)

UK to recognise Vietnam as market economy

The UK is set to recognise that Vietnam’s industries are operating in a market economy and will not impose unfavourable rules should they be investigated under trade defence measures, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam.
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