Vietnam targets $300 billion in exports by 2020

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Vietnam targets $300 billion in exports by 2020

Vietnam's exports will grow 11-12% annually over the next five years to hit US$300 billion by 2020, according to new targets approved by the government this week.

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Vietnam targets $300 billion in exports by 2020

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Vietnam targets $300 billion in exports by 2020

An undated photo shows rice sacks being uploaded at a southern Vietnam port for export. Photo: Diep Duc Minh

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Agencies cannot explain $20 billion discrepancy in China-VN trade figures

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Agencies cannot explain $20 billion discrepancy in China-VN trade figures

VietNamNet Bridge - The $20 billion gap between China’s and Vietnam’s figures about trade revenue still cannot be explained. The General Statistics Office (GSO) has proposed controlling smuggling, which it sees as a cause behind the discrepancy, while the General Department of Customs (GDC) believes it is necessary to change the statistical method.

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Dollar rise lifts imports and widens Vietnam’s trade gap

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Dollar rise lifts imports and widens Vietnam’s trade gap

(VOV) - Vietnam’s trade deficit grew by US$3.6 billion in the seven months leading up to August, according to the latest preliminary statistics of Vietnam Customs.

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What does Vietnam gain and lose with a devalued Chinese yuan?

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What does Vietnam gain and lose with a devalued Chinese yuan?

VietNamNet Bridge - The weaker Chinese yuan will have a negative impact on Vietnam’s trade balance and put pressure on the dong and the stock market, but it will also help ease Vietnam’s debts.

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 21/8

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VietnamNet English 1 week(s) ago

Jan-Jul trade deficit with China at US$19.4 billion

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Vietnam devalues dong to protect exports, offset China's yuan action

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Vietnam devalues dong to protect exports, offset China's yuan action

Vietnam devalued the dong for the third time this year on Wednesday, as authorities sought to support a languid export sector facing fresh challenges from a surprise devaluation of the Chinese yuan.

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Vietnam's trade deficit with China surges 30.2 percent in Jan-July

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Vietnam's trade deficit with China surges 30.2 percent in Jan-July

A man carries packages of Chinese fruits at a market in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: B.Hoan

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Vietnam should consider attracting capital outflow from China after yuan devaluation: official

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Vietnam should consider attracting capital outflow from China after yuan devaluation: official

A senior Vietnamese official has suggested that Vietnam think of ways to lure part of the capital flowing from China after the depreciation of the yuan.

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Trade deficit with China fetches over US$19 bln. in Jan-Jul

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VGP - Viet Nam imported US$4.36 billion of goods from China in July, bringing the total import value to US$28.4 billion in the first seven months, according to the Viet Nam Customs.

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Will a cooler China economy affect Vietnam?

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Will a cooler China economy affect Vietnam?

VietNamNet Bridge - The turmoil in the Chinese stock market has raised concerns about the possible cooling down of the Chinese economy, which could influence the world’s economy, including Vietnam.

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China's currency devaluation will hit Vietnam really hard: economists

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China's currency devaluation will hit Vietnam really hard: economists

Vietnam, which heavily trades with China, will face greater trade deficit risks after the yuan was devalued, giving Chinese exports a significant competitive edge, economists said.

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Trade ministry monitors impact of weaker yuan on exports

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VietnamNet English 2 week(s) ago 1 related news

The Ministry of Industry and Trade is keeping a close watch on the impact of China’s sharp yuan devaluation on the exchange rate between the U.S. dollar and the local dong currency and on Vietnam’s foreign trade.

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Weaker Chinese yuan to take toll on Vietnamese exporters

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Weaker Chinese yuan to take toll on Vietnamese exporters

With the devaluation of the Chinese yuan on Tuesday sparking fears of a global currency war, Vietnamese exporters also face immediate concerns as their goods are now more expensive in China, their major exporting market.

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New decree pushes trade to get in line with WTO commitments

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New decree pushes trade to get in line with WTO commitments

Decision 1233/QD-TTg, which took effect August 3, has set new trade targets and regulations for the 2016-20 period, concerned with reducing the current trade deficit and getting the country in line with trade commitments.

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