Opening e-commerce market for Vietnam aqua-agro-forestry products In 2015, Viet Nam had the first exports of fruit to the US, including 3 million tonnes of litchi and 100 tonnes of longan, Tin tức newspaper reported quoting the association.
Vietnam money supply must increase to avoid stagflation Vietnam's central bank should pump more money into the economy, while taking care to ensure it doesn't fuel inflation, a senior Vietnamese government advisor said.
Businesses complain draft pricing law impose non-market rules The State recently has applied a lot of new drastic measures in an effort to improve the efficiency of the market management. However, the draft pricing law seems to be unable to meet that goal.
Vietnam says monthly trade deficit is $200 million in July Vietnam recorded a trade deficit of $200 million or less for the second straight month, after the government devalued the nation’s currency in February by the most since at least 1993 to help reduce the gap.
Agriculture is a soft spot for Vietnam Vietnam’s first quarter growth at 5.5 per cent was a result of the reduction in agricultural output and the sector could be in for a tough year, on the back of extreme El Niño effects, according to ANZ Research.