Low supply, export demand drive up mango prices (26/03/2024)
Mangoes grown in the Mekong Delta are fetching high prices thanks to high demand from supermarkets and in export markets and low supply due to unseasonable weather.

Rok, Taiwan increases inspection on imported chili (26/03/2024)
The Republic of Korea (RoK) and Taiwan have increased the inspection on imported chili, including from Việt Nam, with aims to ensure safety and quality of these food items entering the markets.

Việt Nam urges Brazil to remove barriers for seafood to this market (26/03/2024)
Việt Nam has asked Brazil to consider removing barriers for seafood products exported from Việt Nam to this market, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).

Việt Nam’s steel industry must optimise technology, save energy to promote export to EU (26/03/2024)
To promote steel exports to the European Union (EU) market, Việt Nam’s steel manufacturers need to optimise technology, save energy, and carry out product quality standards of the EU, according to Đỗ Nam Bình, head of Minerals and Metallurgy Division, Department of Industry, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

Good signs for rice exports (25/03/2024)
This year is forecasted to be the second consecutive year that rice exports exceed 8 million tonnes, bringing in about US$5 billion.

Some durian shipments to China warned over food safety (25/03/2024)
The Plant Protection Department received GACC’s warnings and asked enterprises which owned these violating shipments to comply with the regulations on origin tracing, recalling and handling.

Surge in steel import causing concerns (25/03/2024)
The recent surge in steel influx into Việt Nam is a matter of concern that might weigh on domestic industry, local steel makers said, urging the creation of more technical barriers to be considered.

Opportunities from billion-dollar export items (22/03/2024)
The agriculture sector in the Mekong Delta is undergoing a significant shift, transitioning from a focus on production to becoming an agricultural economy. This transformation emphasises depth over breadth and quality enhancements over sheer quantity. Agricultural products from the Delta are tipped to continue generating fresh highlights, collectively contributing to overall growth.

Two-month exports to Singapore see drastic upturn (22/03/2024)
Vietnam’s exports to the Singaporean market during the opening two months of the year increased sharply by 19.32% to reach nearly SDG1.23 billion, according to figures released by the Vietnam Trade Office in Singapore.

Vietnam racks up trade surplus of US$6.2 billion by mid-March (22/03/2024)
Vietnamese import-export turnover reached US$145.6 billion as of mid-March, enjoying a trade surplus of US$6.2 billion, according to figures compiled by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

Việt Nam sees high growth in veggie, fruit exports in Q1 (22/03/2024)
Việt Nam’s fruit and vegetable export value is estimated to reach about US$1.25 billion in the first quarter of 2024, up 27 per cent over the same period in 2023, according to the Việt Nam Fruit and Vegetable Association.

Vietnamese shrimp exports to China skyrocket (21/03/2024)
Vietnamese shrimp exports to the Chinese market saw a drastic upswing during the opening two months of the year, with lobster exports witnessing a 18-fold rise compared to the same period from last year, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

Việt Nam exports first organic coffee beans to Japan (21/03/2024)
Việt Nam exported its first batch of organic coffee beans to Japan on March 19.

Việt Nam’s lobster exports record strong growth in two months (21/03/2024)
Việt Nam gained a record in lobster exports in the first two months of this year, according to the Việt Nam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

Vietnam’s Middle East, Europe-bound exports lose competitiveness due to Red Sea tensions (21/03/2024)
Vietnam’s major exports to Europe and the Middle East like garments, coffee and smartphones might decline due to worsening Red Sea shipping disruptions and rising freight hikes, experts warn.

China becomes Vietnam’s largest wood chip export market (20/03/2024)
China became Vietnam’s largest wood chip export market last year.

Five Vietnamese Products Under Scrutiny for Evasion of Trade Remedies (20/03/2024)
The Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam has released a list of products facing potential investigations for evading trade remedy measures, casting a shadow over the nation’s exports to key markets.

Vietnamese agri-exports to UK continue forward motion (20/03/2024)
Vietnam is boosting exports, especially agro-forestry-fishery products, to the British market thanks largely to a bilateral trade deal.

Vietnam’s seafood exports see good growth (20/03/2024)
According to the Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers, seafood exports have seen good growth from the first month of 2024, reaching nearly US$750 million, up 64 percent over the same period. In particular, the two main seafood products such as shrimp and increased by 71 percent and 97 percent respectively. The Chinese market including Hong Kong increased more than 3 times, Japan increased by 43 percent.

Garments and textiles emerge as largest Vietnamese export items to Cambodia (19/03/2024)
Vietnam exported a total of 27 major products to Cambodia during the opening two months of the year, of which garments and textiles witnessed the largest turnover in the market, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.