Vietnam’s strategic location and participation in the EU Vietnam FTA will continue to drive trade and investments between Vietnam and Italy. Read more to know about their bilateral trade, investments, and opportunities for Italian firms.
According to a recent survey, European firms continue to remain optimistic about Vietnam’s business environment as well as the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) which will come into effect in 2019. Read more to know about their responses on the current business environment and plans going forward.
The government is focusing on attracting high-quality FDI in the period 2020-2030 to retain its export competitiveness and achieve a sustainable growth. Read more to know about the importance of FDI in the economy and recommendations put forth by the government.
Vietnam’s consumer confidence reaches its highest in a decade, making it the fourth most optimistic country in the world. Read more to know about the consumer spending and saving patterns, as well as the major concerns faced by consumers.
Hai Phong, which is among the favorite destinations for foreign and domestic investors due to its infrastructure, ports, industrial zones, and strategic location has the potential of transforming into a regional manufacturing and logistics hub. Read more to know about its economic growth, investments, trade, industrial zones, and infrastructure development.
The economy in the first half of 2018 grew the fastest in eight years. In addition, FDI and exports also grew in quantity and value. However, the second half is predicted to witness a slow growth. Read more to know about the GDP growth, trade, major sectors, FDI, and outlook for H2.
After the signing of their FTA in 2016, trade between EAEU and Vietnam grew rapidly. Going forward, both parties need to focus on further increasing cooperation to ensure a sustainable growth in trade. Read more to know about the free trade agreement, bilateral trade, and challenges facing the member states.
Vietnam and Australia’s bilateral relationship continues to remain strong 45 years after diplomatic relations were established. Going forward, trade, investment, and regional cooperation will continue to grow substantially. Read more to know about the bilateral relations, trade, and business opportunities.
Higher U.S. import tariffs will impact Vietnam’s steel industry, but alternative export markets and domestic demand can offset the reduced U.S. exports. Read more to know about the growing steel industry in Vietnam, the impact of tariffs, major export markets, domestic demand, and alternative export markets.
According to a recent study, Vietnam’s long-term outlook for trade looks positive, if it manages to remain competitive. Read more to know about the near-term as well as the long-term outlook for goods and services exports, and what Vietnam needs to do more to maintain its advantages.