Conference seeks mechanisms for seaport development

Conference seeks mechanisms for seaport development

The annual conference of the Vietnam Seaports Association (VPA) took place in Vung Tau city, the Southern province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau, on September 21 with the participation of representatives from ministries, sectors, and 82 seaports across the country.

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Good news for Vietnam’s tra fish exports to U.S.

Vietnam’s tra fish exports to the U.S. is expecting a better outlook in the remaining months of this year after getting some good news.

Fertilizer imports reach two-year high in August

Vietnam’s fertilizer import volume reached the highest in more than two years in August, according to the General Department of Customs, while prices fell over the previous year.
Viettel High Tech’s products see potential opportunity in Central European market

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Viettel partners with Google in promoting digital transformation

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Vietnam joins first “International TECHFEST in Australia”

The Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) and Australia’s Monash University on September 20 organized the first “International TECHFEST in Australia,” aiming to attract international resources to develop Vietnam’s innovative start-up ecosystem.

Vietnamese firms seek to boost trade ties with businesses in Thailand's Northeastern region

A conference to promote trade ties between businesses in the North-central region of Vietnam and those in Khon Kaen and Ubon Ratchathani provinces in the Northeastern region of Thailand was held in Thailand on September 18-20.
Plunge in Vietnam’s exports has bottomed out: VinaCapital

This year, Vietnam has suffered its longest streak of falling exports in more than a decade. However, there are concrete signs that Vietnam’s exports are set to recover in the fourth quarter driven by a bottoming out of the U.S. inventory cycle and by an acceleration in multinational firms’ movement of manufacturing to Vietnam, according to VinaCapital's Chief Economist Michael Kokalari.

Power industry to see strong surge in development: Insiders

There is ample room for Vietnam's power industry to develop in the future as the demand for electricity grows, a trend that is forecast to continue for the next decade, according to industry insiders.
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