The EU has become the second largest importer of Vietnamese goods. Each year, EU ports handled about four billion tonnes of cargo. Major seaports and ocean shipping account for 46 percent of the EU logistics market’s value, while warehousing represents 11 percent and other logistics services 43 percent. Nguyen Hanh … [Read more...] about EVFTA offers opportunities for logistics business
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The ministry said that by the start of this month, a few Nepalese importers agreed to sign an application for re-export. However, in order to bring all the goods back as expected, Vietnamese businesses need to coordinate closely with State management agencies and must actively persuade their partners to sign the application for re-export. … [Read more...] about MoIT seeks way to help businesses re-export pepper stuck in Nepal
Talking about business prospects in Vietnam, Vu Tu Thanh, USABC’s Deputy Regional Managing Director & Representative, said US businesses are seeking Vietnamese partners in the fields of technology, manufacturing, retail, consumer goods, medical equipment, electricity and supporting industries. … [Read more...] about Will US investors head for Vietnam after leaving China?
The Asia-Africa Market Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) stated that the Vietnamese side also held a series of online meetings with their counterparts in Nepal in an effort to devise solutions aimed at resolving challenges faced by Vietnamese firms.If Nepal is unable to import pepper, then it is deemed necessary to create conditions in which Vietnamese enterprises can re-export their consignment. … [Read more...] about VN Trade Ministry rescues 58 containers of pepper stuck in Nepal
HCM City (VNA) - Ho Chi Minh City’s consumer price index (CPI) in May went down 0.33 percent from the previous month and 1.38 percent compared to December 2019, according to the city’s Statistics Office. However, the May CPI rose 1.4 percent on-year, the office said. Three of the 11 groups of goods and services used to calculate the CPI saw month-on-month price declines. The transport group saw the strongest fall of 2.29 percent, followed by food and catering services with 0.41 percent and housing, electricity, water, fuel and building materials with 0.97 percent. The groups of garment-headgear-footwear and education saw no fluctuations during the period, while all other groups recorded price increases. In the first five months of 2020, the municipal average CPI increased 3.76 percent annually./. … [Read more...] about HCM City: CPI down 0.33 percent in May