Exports News

  • Vietnamese exporters expand US market share
    Viet Nam\'s export turnover to the US rose by 17.4 per cent over the previous month, reaching $2.84 billion.— Photo vov
  • Agroforestry, seafood exports bring in $2.28b
    HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam earned more than US$2.28 billion from agroforestry and seafood exports in October, raising total export turnover in the first 10 months of 2014 to $25.39 billion. The turnover represents a year-on-year increase of 11.2 per cent, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
  • Finland funds agro-aqua exports in Mekong Delta
    Finnish ambassador to Vietnam Kimmo Lähdevirta told the Daily on the sidelines of a ceremony for launching the project in Can Tho City last week that Vietnam exports a variety of commodities to Europe, especially agro-aqua products. However, their revenues remain insignificant due to low added value.
  •  Much room for farm and seafood exports to Singapore
    Vietnamese Trade Counselor in Singapore Nguyen Viet Chi underlined the points at a Business Matching for Seafood and Agricultural Products between Vietnamese and Singaporean businesses which was held during a recent visit to Singapore by officials of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and Vietnamese businesses.
  • Boosting exports to Australia
    In the first nine months of 2014, Vietnam recorded a surplus of about US$1.4 billion in trade with Australia. In the recent period, Vietnam has achieved a continuous trade surplus with Australia and the value of Vietnamese exports to the country has increased.
  • Exports to Canada see growth
    HA NOI (VNS) — The volume of Vietnamese exports to Canada has increased by 17 per cent annually, said Zaki Munshi, Asia Project Manager of the Trade Facilitation Office Canada on Thursday.
  • Corner in export achievement of Vietnam
    According to the General Statistics Office, Vietnam saw the highest ever trade surplus of US$2.5 billion in the first nine months this year. However the achievement was mainly created by the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) sector while domestic enterprises continued showing trade deficit.
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