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India’s govt hopes for anti-dumping duty removal on jute
India’s govt hopes for anti-dumping duty removal on jute

04/08/2022

After writing separately to India's finance and commerce ministers, Dhaka is optimistic that New Delhi would remove the anti-dumping duty on Bangladesh's jute and jute-made products soon.

Improve the export capacity of agricultural, forestry and fishery products
Improve the export capacity of agricultural, forestry and fishery products

04/08/2022

In order to achieve the target of growing agricultural, forestry and fishery exports from 2.8 to 3% compared to 2021, the agricultural industry needs to focus on boosting exports to major markets such as the United States, the EU, China, Japan and Korea.

Seafood enterprises hope to remove the “bottleneck” on the rules of origin of goods
Seafood enterprises hope to remove the “bottleneck” on the rules of origin of goods

04/08/2022

In the context of high inflation in many countries, FTAs are a favorable factor to help businesses increase exports. However, a representative of seafood exporters said that it is necessary to remove obstacles to rules of origin so that enterprises can take full advantage of the FTAs.

SA suspends anti-dumping duties on poultry imports
SA suspends anti-dumping duties on poultry imports

02/08/2022

South Africa is set to suspend the imposition of anti-dumping duties on chicken imports from Brazil and four European Union countries – Denmark, Ireland, Poland and Spain – for at least a year, in order to protect consumers’ pockets amid high food prices.

Exporting durian to China: Quality determines success
Exporting durian to China: Quality determines success

02/08/2022

The Protocol on the requirements to carry out an inspection for durian exported from Vietnam to China has just been signed, effective from July 11, and has opened the "door" for the official export of Vietnamese durian to the Chinese market.

Breakthrough in textile and garment exports
Breakthrough in textile and garment exports

02/08/2022

It is forecasted that Vietnam’s textile and garment industry will continue to face many risks and challenges due to the risk of re-emergence of new COVID-19 strains as well as the complicated developments in some regions around the world causing supply disruptions and high prices of raw materials.

Decreasing overseas demand affects export of forestry products
Decreasing overseas demand affects export of forestry products

02/08/2022

The export value of forestry products in July dropped by 5.5% from the previous month to 1.41 billion USD, also down 1.6% from the same period last year, according to the Forestry Department under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. 

VN’s agro-forestry-fishery exports face challenges
VN’s agro-forestry-fishery exports face challenges

02/08/2022

Vietnam's exports of agricultural, forestry and fisheries products increased sharply in the first half of 2022, but the sector continued to face many challenges that need to be resolved.

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