Vietnam's per capita income should be USD7,000: economist

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Vietnam's per capita income should be USD7,000: economist

An economist from United States Agency for International Development (USAID) said Vietnam's GNI per capital should be USD7,000, but that ineffective management has hindered Vietnam's growth.

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Vietnam gains trade surplus with Australia in H1

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Vietnam gains trade surplus with Australia in H1

Vietnam has seen a trade surplus of over 924 million USD with Australia in the first half of this year, the General Department of Customs said.

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VN boosts exports to Australia

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Viet Nam has seen a trade surplus of over US$924 million with Australia in the first half of this year, the General Department of Customs reported.

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 22/7

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Chinese farm produce floods Vietnam market

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Trade surplus with Australia reaches US$924 million

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Trade surplus with Australia reaches US$924 million

(VOV) -Two-way trade between Vietnam and Australia in the first six months of the year peaked at over US$2.86 billion, resulting in a trade surplus of US$924 million, according to Vietnam Customs statistics.

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Exchange rate hike pays modest gains

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Businesses say the appreciation of the US dollar by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) in June has positively affected their businesses, although the benefits remain modest.

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 21/7

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Made-in-Vietnam goods gain in popularity

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 19/7

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Footwear sector takes big steps

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Steel producers boost sales in home market

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Local cold-rolled steel makers have been boosting their sales in the domestic market to offset a decline in outbound sales caused by the recent anti-dumping accusations, the Saigon Times Daily reported.

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Press digest – July 17

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Vietnam’s marine economy faces challenges

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Vietnam’s marine economy faces challenges

VietNamNet Bridge – Aside from large fishing vessels, marine economic development requires a lot of missions to be implemented synchronously. - The Saigon Times Daily had a talk with Nguyen Huu Dung, vice chairman of the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), on the issue. Excerpts:

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US to impose anti-dumping duty on steel pipes

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VOV News English 2 week(s) ago

US to impose anti-dumping duty on steel pipes

(VOV) - The US Department of Commerce (DOC) will officially impose anti-dumping taxes on oil country tubular goods (OCTG) imported from Vietnam on September 2.

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Vietnam’s oil steel pipes face dumping accusation in US market

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Vietnam’s oil steel pipes face dumping accusation in US market

The US Department of Commerce (DOC) has announced its final conclusion affirming the dumping of several types of steel pipes, or oil country tubular goods (OCTG), imported from nine countries including Vietnam.

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Steel sector projects 12 per cent growth

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The domestic steel sector is expected to grow at just around 10 to 12 per cent this year, as consumption from July to December would not be high.

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First concrete filled steel tubular arch bridge in Vietnam

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First concrete filled steel tubular arch bridge in Vietnam

(VOV) -Workers are putting the finishing touches to Dong Tru concrete-filled steel tubular arch bridge, the first of its kind in Vietnam, which is due to open to traffic in October 2014.

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