HoChiMinh City The 19th Vietnam International Textile and Garment Industry Exhibition 2019 is textile & garment exhibition. VTG is going to be held on 20-23 Nov 2019 at Vietnam. Exhibitors …
HCMC – Voltrans Vietnam has years of experience in pharmaceutical handling and is now focusing on working with members in the WCA Pharma. Therefore, Voltrans has become one of the …
Vung Tau – Voltrans Vietnam finished working on a project for an Nordic company from Vung Tau to Tananger, Norway in October. With years of experience in project handling, Voltrans’…
Being the top in Asia countries exporting to US, Vietnam hits the highest record for export to US market in the first nine month of 2019.
From 01st Feb 2018, the General Department of Customs will deploy 42 administrative procedures on the Public Online Services System at https://pus.customs.gov.vn
The Transpacific Stabilization Agreement, a legacy of container shipping’s old ‘conference’ system that set prices and coordinated the behavior of shipping lines, is to close next month after concluding that its original mission was no longer viable.
As reported by the statistics of the General Department of Việt Nam Customs, there was a tremendous growth of imports of materials for textiles, leather and footwear from Canada of 179.8 % to hit US$11.8 million in the first four months of 2018.
Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) statistics revealed that the Foreign Direct investment (FDI) in Vietnam disbursements rose 10 per cent year-on-year to US$6.75 billion in the first five months of 2018.
From January to May, FDI pledged in Vietnam totaled about $7.15 billion, an annual reduction of 31 per cent. Statistics also showed foreign investors had injected their capital in 17 industries and fields during the same period. The manufacturing and processing sectors attracted the lion’s share of FDI with $5.18 billion, accounting for 52 per cent of total investments.
Following China’s ban on import of plastic wastes from the EU, the US and Japan this year, these wastes have been sending to Southeast Asian countries, including Vietnam. But with consignees failing to claim shipments, the wastes are piling up at ports including in HCM City.
A delegation of the European Commission’s (EC) Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, which will visit Việt Nam from May 16-23 to inspect the country’s implementation of the EC’s nine recommendations related to the fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing