Vietnam and the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan should push the import-export of products of each side’s strength, in order to tap into the great potential of bilateral trade.
Duong Hoang Minh, Vice Head of the European Market Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, made the suggestion at a seminar on trade ties between Vietnam and the union, held by the ministry and the European Union Multilateral Trade Assistance Project in Ho Chi Minh City on December 17.
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