Vinaseed exported VJ Pearl rice to the EU in July Making good use of EVFTA Among the exports that have already begun benefitting from the terms of the new-generation trade deal are coffee, passion fruit, grapefruit, coconut, and dragon fruit. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), the Dong Giao Foodstuff Export Joint Stock Company and Vinh Hiep Company are planning to export passion fruit and coffee to the EU this month. Farm produce is a key Vietnamese export that yielded US$41.3 billion in 2019. With a population of 508 million and a gross domestic product (GDP) of about US$18 trillion, the EU is a major, potential market for Vietnamese goods in general and agricultural products in particular. Vietnamese agricultural products, including seafood, fruits, vegetables and rice, already have certain advantages in the EU despite being subject to high import taxes. With the deep tax cut commitments, EVFTA is expected to further boost Vietnam’s exports to that market. The EU remains the largest importer of Vietnamese coffee, accounting for 37.9 percent of Vietnam’s total coffee export value in 2019. Vietnamese coffee is expected to enjoy better value in the EU in the near future due to the… Read full this story
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