he first Vietnamese Coffee Day opened on Sunday at the Lâm Viên Square in Đà Lạt, aiming to boost productivity and quality while adding value to homegrown beans.
The private business sector in Việt Nam is vital for the economy, however, obstacles and challenges remain, which can only be overcome through the combined efforts of policymakers and business leaders next year.
Việt Nam saw a trade deficit of US$2.76 billion in the first 11 months of this year, equivalent to 1.4 per cent of the total export turnover, statistics from the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) revealed.
HanesBrands Vietnam, a subsidiary of the United States-based Hanesbrands Inc, celebrated its first decade of remarkable achievements in Việt Nam’s market at a ceremony on December 7.
Việt Nam’s tra fish exports to Spain see no sign of recovery following inaccurate news broadcast by Spanish media early this year, the Vietnam Association of Seafood Producers and Exporters (VASEP) said.
More farmland should be devoted to cultivation of fruit, especially key exports, experts said at a conference held in the Mekong Delta province of Tiền Giang on Tuesday.
Vietnamese and Chinese enterprises on Wednesday signed agreements in principle on watermelon trade in 2018 and the following years, at a conference in the central province of Quảng Ngãi.
Rạng Đông Plastics Joint Stock Company (RDP) and Sojitz Pla-Net, a Japanese corporation, signed a strategic partnership on December 5, taking a new step towards co-operation between the two sides.
Enterprises from Việt Nam and South Korea are encouraged to tap unexploited potential to foster co-operation based on common interests and individual strengths of each country in the face of opportunities and challenges arising from the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Businesses in Beijing and Tianjin and Hebei provinces in China want to promote investment and trade with Vietnamese partners, according to the Tianjin Foreign Economic and Trade Promotion Association.