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India: Commerce min for imposing anti-dumping duty on Chinese steel tubes, pipes
India: Commerce min for imposing anti-dumping duty on Chinese steel tubes, pipes

30/09/2022

The commerce ministry has recommended imposition of anti-dumping duty on Chinese steel tubes and pipes for five years to guard domestic players from cheap imports from the neighbouring country.

Meeting SPS key to sustainable agricultural exports to EU
Meeting SPS key to sustainable agricultural exports to EU

30/09/2022

Meeting the EU's Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards (SPS) remains a challenge for Vietnamese food exporters as the country seeks greater integration in the global food supply, said industry experts and policymakers. 

Vietnam grosses US$77 billion from phone, component, and electronic exports
Vietnam grosses US$77 billion from phone, component, and electronic exports

30/09/2022

Vietnam raked in approximately US$77 billion from the export of phones, components and computers, electronic products and spare parts during the past eight months of the year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Export growth maintained despite difficulties
Export growth maintained despite difficulties

30/09/2022

Soaring inflation, rising production costs and fluctuation in exchange rates have caused great difficulties for production and import-export activities, and will linger on to the rest of the year, prompting the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) to give timely responding measures to maintain export growth.

UKVFTA gives boost to Vietnam’s coffee exports to UK
UKVFTA gives boost to Vietnam’s coffee exports to UK

30/09/2022

The Vietnam - UK Free Trade Agreement (UKVFTA) has substantially assisted Vietnam’s coffee sector to expand its market share in the UK, according to the Foreign Trade Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

Vietnam enjoys trade surplus of 6.52 bln USD in Jan-Sep
Vietnam enjoys trade surplus of 6.52 bln USD in Jan-Sep

30/09/2022

Vietnam estimates a trade surplus of 6.52 billion USD in the first nine months of this year.

The WTO’s ‘inclusive’ trade agenda is challenging but necessary
The WTO’s ‘inclusive’ trade agenda is challenging but necessary

28/09/2022

The World Trade Organization (WTO) opens its annual public forum this week with an ambitious goal: to stabilize a global economy disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, trade wars and armed conflict. Seeking to build on last June’s renewed commitment to a rules-based system, the WTO now calls for more sustainable, more inclusive trade rules.

Seven enterprises assigned to import more than 100,000 tonnes of sugar
Seven enterprises assigned to import more than 100,000 tonnes of sugar

28/09/2022

Seven enterprises were assigned tariff quotas with a total volume of 109,000 tonnes at the sugar import auction organised by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

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