Created 13 July 2022
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Japan shows how private firms run public transport

If Vietnam wants its metro operators to be efficient and become profitable, it should learn from Japan's experience.

Japan shows how private firms run public transport

 
Created 28 June 2022
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Local enterprises lack materials due to China's 'Zero COVID' policy

While many exporters and producers had orders for 2022, they are worried about a possible shortage of production materials because of supply disruptions from China.

   
Created 27 June 2022
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Vietnamese goods, foods introduced in UK

A programme to introduce Vietnamese goods and foods in the UK is underway at Longdan Supermarket in Crawley, about 45km south of London.

 
Created 26 June 2022
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Việt Nam-Australia expect brighter future for import-export sector

As both Australia and Việt nam continue to take solid actions to making their trade partnerships expand year after year, a brighter future awaits for the import and export sector.

   
Created 15 June 2022
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Help poor households cope with rising fuel prices: WB

The World Bank has advised Vietnam to support poor households hurt by the impacts of rising gasoline prices.

Help poor households cope with rising fuel prices: WB

 
Created 14 June 2022
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Vietnamese rice noodles, glass noodles and phở noodles enter EU more easily

Vietnamese Trade Offices in Europe said on Monday that the EU has decided to exclude Vietnamese rice noodles, glass noodles and phở noodles from the category that requires additional food safety certificates when exported to the market.

Vietnamese vermicelli, glass noodles, pho noodles enter EU market more  easily

   
Created 14 June 2022
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US Treasury Department recognises Việt Nam’s progress in addressing currency-related concerns

The US Department of the Treasury has recognised the progress made by Việt Nam in its recently released report on macro-economic and foreign exchange policies of major trading partners of the US, the State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV) said on Monday.

 US Treasury Department recognises Vietnam's progress in addressing currency-related  concerns | Business | Vietnam+ (VietnamPlus)

 
Created 11 June 2022
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US adds Taiwan, Vietnam to currency monitoring list

No major US trading partners such as China have been labeled as manipulating their currencies, but Taiwan and Vietnam were added to a “monitoring list” of foreign exchange policies, the Treasury Department said Friday.

US adds Taiwan, Vietnam to currency monitoring list

   
Created 08 June 2022
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World Bank slashes global growth forecast to 2.9 pct, warns of 'stagflation' risk

The World Bank on Tuesday slashed its global growth forecast by nearly a third to 2.9 percent for 2022, warning that Russia's invasion of Ukraine has compounded the damage from the Covid-19 pandemic, and many countries now faced recession.

World Bank slashes global growth forecast to 2.9 pct, warns of 'stagflation' risk

 
Created 07 June 2022
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US waives tariffs on solar panels from Việt Nam

The US on Monday announced a two-year tax exemption period on solar panels manufactured in four Southeast Asian countries, including Việt Nam.

   

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