Việt Nam is considered to be one of the major plastic polluters in the world, discharging about 3.1 million tonnes of plastic waste every year, including 0.28-0.73 million tonnes of plastic waste discharged into the ocean.
Booths introducing Vietnamese products at the International Food and Beverage Exhibition in Kansai region (Foodex Japan in Kansai 2022), Japan, have attracted the attention of a large number of Japanese consumers and enterprises.
Chu Lai Port belonging to THACO Group’s Trường Hải International Logistics Limited Liability Company has invested in infrastructure, equipment, technology, and services to ensure its development is commensurate with the planning and long-term development orientations.
The State should have policies to encourage the import of seafood materials for export processing because processing factories lack raw materials, according to the Việt Nam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will step up support for the Vietnamese business community to effectively exploit opportunities from the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), contributing to export promotion and economic development.
The President of Indonesia congratulated Việt Nam on its important achievements in pandemic control and regaining the momentum of rapid socio-economic development, and especially the hosting of the 31st SEA Games in May.
Vietnamese Minister of Foreign Affairs Bùi Thanh Sơn and Indonesian counterpart Retno Marsudi on Wednesday co-chaired the fourth meeting of the Joint Committee on Bilateral Cooperation held in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The Lao market remains a top destination for many Vietnamese investors as the two countries are neighbours and Laos recognises most quality certifications from exporting countries, according to Lê Thị Phương Hoa, Vietnamese Trade Counsellor in Laos.
Currently, Việt Nam ranks 15th among countries exporting rice to the UK, making up a modest 0.42 per cent of the total import turnover to this country. That means the door is wide open for Vietnamese rice in the market.