The agreement came at the sixth meeting of the Vietnam-New Zealand Joint Trade and Economic Commission (JTEC) in Hanoi. The event was chaired by Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh and Deputy Secretary for trade and economic affairs at New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Vangelis Vitalis. The two sides exchanged views about issues of mutual concerns and priorities for cooperation in economics and trade amid the unpredictable changes in regional and global trade. Vietnam and New Zealand holds the sixth meeting of the Joint Trade and Economic Commission (JTEC) in Hanoi. They agreed to reinforce cooperation in the fields of hi-tech agriculture, commercial farming, human resources training, tourism and e-Government, and to step up coordination in promotion of trade, investment and tourism. Vietnam asked New Zealand to provide further support for its localities in developing value chains for fruits, pepper, coffee, cashew nut and others; and at the same time, developing brands and origin tracking systems for farm produce and transferring production technology in agriculture and aquaculture. Vietnam also wants the partner to assist it in capacity building in agriculture, food safety management, aviation, response to disasters and climate change, and e-Government, and… Read full this story
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