TAGs: Economy

Russia-Vietnam relations develop fruitfully in 2017

22/12/2017 20:18

The year 2017 marks an important milestone in the development of cooperation between Russia and Vietnam in politics, economy, technology, military and humanitarian affairs, said Aleksey Popov, Russian Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City.

Temporary duties on fertiliser may hurt farmers

21/08/2017 15:34

The imposition of temporary safeguard duties on DAP and MAP fertiliser imports into Vietnam, which came into effect on August 19, is an effort to help protect the domestic fertiliser industry but might push up production costs for farmers.

Macro economy remains stable in six months

03/07/2017 16:10

Vietnam’s macro economy remained stable in the first six months of 2017 while inflation was curbed so as to reach the national steering committee on price management’s yearly target of 4%.

Vietnam’s rice exports drop in Q1

28/03/2017 21:19

Vietnam exported an estimated 1.28 million tonnes of rice in the first three months of the year, earning US$570 million, down 18% in volume and 17.3% in value compared to the same period last year.

Vietnam going big on shrimp farming

14/02/2017 08:34

The Vietnam government has announced plans to invest heavily in perfecting the country’s intensive shrimp farming operations and expand production significantly over the next few years.

Exports to Algeria up 16%

25/01/2017 08:29

Vietnam exports to Algeria in 2016 increased by 16% to US$271.42 million against the previous year, according to Vietnam Customs.

Da Nang city should not rest on its laurels: PM

29/09/2016 10:34

Prime Minister (PM) Nguyen Xuan Phuc told authorities of the central city of Da Nang to not rest on their laurels at a working session with municipal officials in Hanoi on September 28.

Many states still struggling despite growing U.S. economy

07/04/2017 09:38

Even with the U.S. economy boasting impressive job growth and domestic equity markets near record highs, a fragmented recovery has left many states struggling to close budget deficits nearly a decade after the 2008 financial crisis.