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‘Brush up' on US rules, firms told

Update: April, 15/2013 - 10:50

HCM CITY (VNS)— More than 100 business representatives took part in a seminar held in HCM City late last week to learn about export opportunities in the US and requirements of the US government's Food and Drug Administration.

During the seminar, American experts explained the US government's regulations and requirements on exports and drugs, such as labelling, packaging and storage.

According to the Viet Nam Trade Promotion Agency, the country's export turnover to the US has increased in recent years, reaching nearly US$20 billion and expected to be $22.5 billion this year.

However, speakers noted that Vietnamese exporters could encounter many trade barriers, so they need to know US laws and regulations on imports.

Participants also learned about regulations of the FDA as well as other agencies that are in charge of examining the quality of products exported to the US —VNS


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