Dien, who is also Chairman of the Vietnam-U.S. Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) Council, suggested the U.S. Department of Commerce enhance discussions to achieve progress in market economy recognition and give objective and fair opinions in line with the World Trade Organization (WTO)'s regulations in trade defense investigations.
The maintenance of goods supply, manufacturing activities and export-import are the top important priorities of the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade, Dien said, adding that Vietnam will step up vaccination, thus creating favorable conditions for firms to mobilize workers back to work.
About existing bilateral economic and trade issues, Dien stressed that Vietnam is ready to increase dialogues with the U.S. to deal with them. He also hailed the U.S. for offering opinions to further perfect existing legal framework.
Raimondo, for her part, said economy and trade remain a high priority under President Joe Biden's policy, stressing that the U.S. enterprises want to invest in many fields in Vietnam, with energy as a top priority.
The U.S. will actively work with Vietnam to ensure the continuity of goods supply chain amid the complicated developments of the pandemic in the country, she said.
Dien suggested Raimondo convey his message to the U.S. Government about giving further priority to assisting Vietnam in vaccines, accelerating the implementation of signed vaccine supply contracts, and facilitating vaccine production technology transfer.
Both sides expressed their belief that the bilateral ties will maintain stable growth momentum, with economic and trade collaboration as a focus and key driving force.
Over the past five years, Vietnam's export to the U.S. has surged by 230 percent while the US's shipment to Vietnam has soared by over 175 percent. The U.S. became Vietnam's largest importer while Vietnam was the 10th biggest trade partner of the U.S.
- £16m fund to help supply chains hit by car factory closures
- Cyberattack highlights vulnerability of global supply chains
- Falkirk Homeless Project will continue good work through new fund
- Plan will ensure McDonald's fries stay on menu despite disruption
- Ireland's oldest McDonald's is given a revamp as the digital trend continues
- Health charities warn of ‘avoidable deaths’ if Brexit disrupts drug supplies
- Brexit live: Debate continues as MPs prepare to vote on blocking no deal
- Water: Private investors can generate good returns by helping boost access to clean water
- Welsh Government buys warehouse for NHS Brexit supplies
- Blocking of Asda merger 'good for Northern Ireland farmers'
- POLITICO London Playbook, presented by The Boeing Company: Shifting sands — The final movement — Kim in Vietnam
- Paperchase to close stores as retail meltdown continues
- Despite our Brexit differences, we must work together for the common good of our seafarers ǀ View
- Despite our Brexit differences, we must work together for the common good ǀ View
- Bizarre ‘Lenin lab’ embalms dead communist leaders to keep them ‘looking ageless’ in North Korea and Vietnam
- Borderers given assurance on medicine supplies post-Brexit
- Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un meet in Vietnam for 'very important' summit
- UK food supply under threat from no-deal Brexit
- Pentagon Working on Secondary Supply Sources for Turkish-Made F-35 Parts
- Sponsoring women's football isn't just a good look for brands – it's a lucrative opportunity too
Vietnam, U.S. ensure continuity of goods supply chain have 524 words, post on en.qdnd.vn at October 14, 2021. This is cached page on Talk Vietnam. If you want remove this page, please contact us.