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maandag 20 maart 2017

Vietnam: Vietnam earns US$27.3 bln from export in two months

Vietnam earns US$27.3 bln from export in two months

Mineral and materials group saw a 49.2% surge to nearly US$0.7 billion, equivalent to 1.9% of the total. Meanwhile, processing industry group earned US$22 billion, up 1.5% year on year and making up 80.6% of the total. Only a few commodities suffered steep export prices such as pepper (21.1%) and ore and other minerals (48.4%).

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FDI firms praise Vietnam's reform efforts

Dau Anh Tuan, Head of VCCI's Legal Department, said over the past years, Vietnam has taken numerous efforts to build a friendlier legal environment for foreign investors, helping enhance their optimism about prospects for business and production expansion in Vietnam.

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Ho Chi Minh City boosts cooperation with EU

He said he is impressed by the city's continuous progresses to be recently named as one of the top 10 dynamic cities in the world, and wished that the city would continue refining policies for foreign investors and paying attention to intellectual property protection and food safety and hygiene.

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Ministry seeks to develop Vietnam's rice brand name

The project stresses that creating a national brand name for Vietnamese rice is essential and possible.
The task will be done nation-wide but with a focus on the Mekong Delta. It is planned to implement programmes to create a national brand name at three levels: nation, region/locality and enterprises/products.

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Vietnam relies heavily on FDI sector

VBN Vietnam's economy is heavily dependent on the foreign direct investment (FDI) sector as the domestic private sector is mired in difficulties, according to research of the Party Central Committee's Economic Commission. Foreign-invested enterprises now account for half of the country's industrial production, and a hefty 70% of total export sales of manufactured goods. They are also responsible for all outbound shipments of mobile phones. Their proportion in total infrastructure investments is higher than in many[...] READ MORE

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Hopes for strong economic reforms in Vietnam are fading after the U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

After the severe environmental pollution caused by Formosa, the Government has made certain changes in thinking and laid down stricter rules on FDI attraction in order to drive this capital flow into the industries with high added value and less pollution, fostering sustainable economic development. However, in the coming time, issues related to the environment will be considered more carefully before an FDI project gets approved. Despite such concerns, Tran Tho Dat, head of NEU, said the FDI sector is performing better than the local economic sector.

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KLM Pronounced Safest And Most Punctual Airline

The German Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre (JACDEC) has declared KLM the safest European airline. Beside of that, KLM was also announced as the most punctual airline by FlightStats.

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Royal HaskoningDHV Begins Major Water Contract In HCMC

A ceremony held recently marked the start of Royal HaskoningDHV's involvement in the World Bank funded Second Ho Chi Minh City Environmental Sanitation Project (HCMCES-2). The five year, US$ 495 million project will greatly improve sanitation in the city and the health of the Saigon River.

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