(VEN) – Several years ago, a small firm in one of Vietnam’s craft village signed a contract to export 1 million ceramic buffaloes to Japan for a USD1 each. However, the shipment was returned because the products were not identical in shape and size. Eventually, the enterprise had to sell the goods for only 1/10 of the price. To improve export opportunities, handicraft businesses need to improve their knowledge of legal issues The incident, as recounted by Vi Van Khai, Vice Chairman of the Advisory Council for the Vietnam Association of Craft Villages (VICRAFTS), illustrates the many pitfalls that craft villages face and the resulting consequences to their livelihoods. Lack of basic knowledge regarding business practices, legal regulations and export rules is also hampering these enterprises’ access to export markets. Khai said the ceramic buffaloes incident was not rare in craft villages. Recently, handicraft exports to Japan of an enterprise in Bac Ninh Province were returned due to impurities. Another enterprise in Hai Duong Province exporting bamboo and rattan products to the US was even sued for imitating products from other enterprises. The An Duong Handicraft Cooperative in Hai Duong is one of the first 100 companies selected and trained… Read full this story
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