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Relaxing tra fish decree faces difficulties

The Government last year gave the green light for relaxing some requirements in Decree 36 on tra fish to support enterprises, but experts said revising the decree is facing difficulties due to the strict US Farm Bill.
EU, Viet Nam move forward on FTA agreement for 2018

HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam and the European Union (EU) will push ahead with the review of legal documents towards the signing and application of their bilateral free trade agreement (EVFTA) in 2018.
Vietnam, Sweden localities boost ties

A delegation from the Swedish city of Pitea led by mayor Peter Roslund toured the southern province of An Giang from February 29 to March 2 under a framework of a cooperation programme between the two localities.
NGO’s Japanese founder foments organic revolution in Vietnam

This year Vietnam marks the 30th anniversary of the launch of Doi Moi, the socialist government’s series of reforms that loosened its control on free enterprise and opened the once-isolated nation to international trade. Although the changes succeeded in boosting exports and reducing overall poverty levels, they also created a widening economic gap between urban and rural areas, particularly among Vietnam’s ethnic minorities.
Australian food exporters look to Vietnam

Australian trade officials are calling on food exporters to step up promotions in Vietnam to benefit from the growing market, reported Australian Associated Press (APP) on February 22.
President presents Vietnamese High-Quality Goods awards

President Truong Tan Sang joined other officials in presenting the Vietnamese High-Quality Goods awards 2016 to 500 firms nationwide at a ceremony held in Ho Chi Minh City on February 23.
Vietnam-Japan trade to be strengthened: JETRO president

Chairman and CEO of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) Ishige Hiroyuki has stressed that investment and trade ties between Vietnam and Japan will be stronger in the coming years as both sides are members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.
Seafood exports to rise on TPP

Economists forecast that seafood exports from Vietnam to the United States (US), Japan and other members in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) block will rise after February 4, 2016.
Vietnam to reach upper-middle-income status in 20 years

A new report recommending steps to help lift Vietnam to upper-middle-income status in two decades suggests the country build a more competitive private sector, support smart urbanization, promote innovation, and take advantage of increasing trade opportunities to enact broad structural reforms.
Binh Phuoc, Ivory Coast cooperate in cashew sector

The southern province of Binh Phuoc and the Ivory Coast Cotton and Cashew Council (CCA) have established cooperation in the cashew sector.

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