Good agricultural practices and food safety certification are the first requirements for agricultural producers who want to export or sell to international retail chains, experts have said.
This year will mark the 45th anniversary of the diplomatic ties between Việt Nam and Japan, and the 15th landmark of the relationship of Japan and the central Quảng Nam Province.
Seafood processor Vĩnh Hoàn Corporation has announced its July exports rose 36 per cent year on year to US$37 million.
Việt Nam expects to have sustainable development of the domestic honey and bee industry to improve output and quality of honey over the next two years.
Inaccurate information about Vietnamese tra fish on several Romanian websites could negatively affect Việt Nam’s tra fish exports to this market, said the Việt Nam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) in an article published on its website on August 15.
Vietnamese exports to China have slowed down after two years of spectacular growth, due to changes in the strategies of foreign-invested enterprises and Chinese demand, according to Saigon Securities Incorporation (SSI).
Results from the half of this year show Việt Nam’s economy maintains an impressive growth momentum. However, despite the promising economic prospects this year, the economy still faced many challenges.
Việt Nam has exported its fruit to high-standard markets in recent years, such as the US, the European Union and Japan, but increasing export volume is no easy task.
Governor of the State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV) Lê Minh Hưng has recently directed the entire banking industry to strictly control foreign currency lending to better minimise dollar speculation and fight against dollarisation in the economy.
The central city plans to build a logistics complex to position Đà Nẵng as an international-standard logistics centre for Việt Nam, ASEAN and the Asia Pacific region by 2030.