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Local exporters penetrate French market

France is a potential market from which Vietnamese enterprises claim to have achieved an annual growth rate of nearly 40% in export revenue. One reason for the growing purchase of Vietnamese products is that they are sold at lower prices than those made in France, such as household appliances, garments, …

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Guinea – promising market for Vietnamese exporters

Vietnam will annually ship 300,000 tonnes of rice to Guinea under a contract reached by the two countries recently. In an interview granted to a local reporter, Guinea Minister of Trade Mohamed Dorval Doumbouya said that located in western Africa Guinea has a population of 11 million and needs to …

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Vietnam enjoys trade surplus

Vietnam has achieved a trade surplus of US$1.676 billion, accounting for 8.8 percent of the country’s total export turnover in January and February. According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), Vietnam earned US$18.97 billion in export revenue, up 23.9 percent year on year. Its imports were estimated at …

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Preferential tariffs – a boon for exporters

Vietnam should take advantage of free trade agreements (FTAs) signed with foreign countries to achieve its set target of 10-percent export growth in 2013. The suggestion was made by Pham Van Chinh, Head of the Import-Export Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT). He said preferential tariffs offered …

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Exports to Africa increase sharply

Africa is a major export market to Vietnam, making up 68 percent to the country’s total export value, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs. Of the African nations, Egypt recorded year-on-year growth of 28 percent to US$261.39 million. Key export items  include seafood (US$69.35 million), pepper (US$34.35 million), …

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