Why Vietnam is all in for TPP11

Trade ministers from the 11 remaining countries in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, after the U.S. withdrew, agreed in Hanoi on Sunday to promote the so-called TPP 11 trade liberalization deal. Vietnamese Trade and Industry Minister Tran Tuan Anh, who chaired the meeting, declared that the 11 ...

Huge trade potential in Australia

The opportunities for Việt Nam to tap the Australian market are huge if businesses create competitive products up to international standards, experts have said. According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Việt Nam and Australia enjoy favourable conditions to boost economic and trade ties. ...

TPP still of value to Vietnam

It is too soon to evaluate the impact on Vietnam if the TPP is not ratified but the country has other valuable options available, a conference in Hanoi on December 14 heard. Trade with other members may be possible, conference hears, and there are other trade ...

Trade deal to reduce tariffs with Vietnam

Cambodia and Vietnam inked an agreement on October 26 to drop import tariffs on dozens of products in an effort to boost bilateral trade. Cambodian Commerce Minister Pan Sorasak signed a memorandum of understanding with Vietnamese Minister of Trade and Industry Tran Tuan Anh ahead of the ...

Ministry names 30 environmentally unfriendly projects

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has announced a list of 30 thermal electricity, hydropower, chemical and mining projects that are posing risks to the environment. Among the environmentally unfriendly projects are thermal power plants Thai Binh 1, Vinh Tan 2, Vinh Tan 4, expanded Vinh ...

Gov’t names 27 potential polluters

Up to 27 projects of seven State corporations are listed in a Ministry of Industry and Trade’s directive as being liable to cause environmental pollution. In the directive on strengthening environmental protection issued this week, Minister of Industry and Trade Trần Tuấn Anh requested all relevant ...

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