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Vietnamese sugar failing to compete on home ground
Vietnamese sugar failing to compete on home ground

21/01/2022

Việt Nam has lost over 120,000 hectares of sugarcane in the 2016-21 period, a staggering 45 per cent decrease. Productivity has also gone down from 64.8 to 61.5 tonnes per hectare during the same period, according to the Vietnam Sugar and Sugarcane Association (VASA).

Tariffs on Chinese goods hurting American firms, workers
Tariffs on Chinese goods hurting American firms, workers

21/01/2022

US tariffs on Chinese goods are hurting American firms and workers, more than 140 members of Congress have said in a letter to US Trade Representative Katherine Tai.

Much room remains for Vietnam to boost exports to Hungary
Much room remains for Vietnam to boost exports to Hungary

21/01/2022

Trade between Vietnam and Hungary has grown continually over the past years, and it is believed that there remains much room for the Southeast Asian country to fuel exports to this European nation.

Việt Nam-US trade hits record high in 2021
Việt Nam-US trade hits record high in 2021

21/01/2022

Bilateral trade between Việt Nam and the US set a new milestone, hitting US$111.56 billion in 2021, up nearly $21 billion over the previous year, according to the General Department of Customs.

FTAs provide impetus for exports
FTAs provide impetus for exports

19/01/2022

Despite pandemic-caused difficulties, Vietnam still posted a trade surplus of 4 billion USD, an impressive achievement partly attributed to free trade agreements (FTAs), especially the new-generation ones.

Japan steel industry says EU extension of anti-dumping measures inappropriate
Japan steel industry says EU extension of anti-dumping measures inappropriate

19/01/2022

The head of Japan’s main steel industry lobby said on Tuesday the European Union’s decision to extend anti-dumping measures on electrical steel from Japan was inappropriate and it would consider taking action.

Brussels extends anti-dumping duties on grain-oriented flat rolled products of silicon-electrical steel
Brussels extends anti-dumping duties on grain-oriented flat rolled products of silicon-electrical steel

19/01/2022

Today, the European Commission extended for 5 years the current anti-dumping duties on imports of grain-oriented flat rolled products of silicon-electrical steel (GOES) from the People’s Republic of China, Russia, USA, Japan and South Korea.

Ireland to tell EU that anti-dumping duties on fertilisers need consideration
Ireland to tell EU that anti-dumping duties on fertilisers need consideration

19/01/2022

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, is expected to raise Irish concerns about the ongoing impact of input cost increases, and the current situation on the pigmeat market, when he attends the Agriculture and Fisheries Council in Brussels today (Monday, January 17, 2022).  

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