Gov’t convenes regular meeting

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Gov’t convenes regular meeting

PM Nguyen Tan Dung on March 2 chaired the Government's regular meeting.

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CBU car import turnover strongly increases

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CBU car import turnover strongly increases

Vietnam’s import turnover was estimated to reach US$23 billion in the first two months this year, an increase of 16.3 percent over the same period last year, according to the General Statistics Office.

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China remains top trade partner

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China remains top trade partner

Imports from China remain on the rise and the northern neighbour remains the biggest source of imports from Viet Nam, according to latest figures from the General Department of Customs.

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China remains top trade partner

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China remains top trade partner

Imports from China remain on the rise and the northern neighbour remains the biggest source of imports from Viet Nam, according to latest figures from the General Department of Customs.

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Exports help lower trade deficit

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Exports help lower trade deficit

A surge in exports has seen Viet Nam 's trade deficit drop sharply in the first two months of the year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) says.

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As free trade pacts expand, U.S. trade deficit soars. Why add one more?

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As free trade pacts expand, U.S. trade deficit soars. Why add one more?

(Reuters) - President Barack Obama has called on Congress to grant him fast-track trade authority for his Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade agreement. The administration insists the authority, which would give Congress only an up-or-down vote on the agreement, is needed to get the best possible terms from its trade partners along the Pacific Rim.

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Export plan looks to wipe out trade deficit by 2020

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Export plan looks to wipe out trade deficit by 2020

VGP – Viet Nam targets average export growth of 11-12% a year until 2020 and gradual reduction of imports to wipe out the trade deficit by then and achieve a surplus by 2030, according to its overseas market development plan.

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Press digest – February 9

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Export plan looks to wipe out trade deficit by 2020

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Viet Nam targets average export growth of 11-12 per cent a year until 2020 and gradual reduction of imports to wipe out the trade deficit by then and achieve a surplus by 2030, according to its overseas market development plan.

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Trade deficit returns in the wake of lower crude oil prices

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Trade deficit returns in the wake of lower crude oil prices

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam could see a trade deficit in 2015 after three consecutive years of a surplus, as prices for crude oil, which Vietnam exports, have plummeted.

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Vietnam improves its currency's competitiveness

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VOV News English 3 week(s) ago

(VOV) -The Economist Intelligence Unit has analyzed Vietnam’s recent adjustment of exchange rate by 1% against the US dollar.

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Press digest – February 2

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Vietnam trade deficit swells in January

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Vietnam trade deficit swells in January

(VOV) - Vietnam racked up a US$500 million trade deficit in January on the back of a 91% on-year surge in steel imports for the month.

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Export turnover hits nearly 13 bln USD in January

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VietnamPlus English 1 month(s) ago

Vietnam’s export turnover in January hit 12.9 billion USD, 0.2 percent higher than December and up 9.7 percent over the same month, 2014.

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Trade deficit hits US$522 million in first half of January

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Trade deficit hits US$522 million in first half of January

Vietnam’s total imports and exports in the first half of January increased by 6.2% to US$12.11 billion compared to the same period last year, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

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