VASEP forecasts that shrimp exports are more positive in the US, China, and Japan markets in the last months of the year when inventories decrease, demand increases and shrimp quantity in India may drop by 20-30 per cent due to the weather and falling prices. … [Read more...] about Overview of Vietnam’s seafood export in July
If reviewing what happened in late 2018, no one would think that SBV would be able to buy up to $20 billion in 2019. This was the time when the US-China trade war entered a strained period and the global economy was facing risk of recession. … [Read more...] about What’s behind the $7.1 billion worth of capital flowing into Vietnam?
“The dong remained one of the most stable currencies in the region despite geopolitical uncertainties and economic events at home and abroad,” said Ngo Dang Khoa, country director of foreign exchange and capital market at HSBC Vietnam. “The exchange rate between the U.S dollar and the dong stayed almost unchanged throughout most of 2019, and the dong even appreciated against the greenback when the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) took the initiative to lower the buying price in late November.” … [Read more...] about Peacetime in sight for the VND
Covering an area of 80,000 sq.m, the Elecrama 2020 attracts over 1,200 enterprises, agencies and organisations from 60 countries and territories worldwide exhibiting products, machines, equipment, technical solutions and services in the field of electricity and electronics. … [Read more...] about Viet Nam attends fair on electrical equipment, energy in India
NEW DELHI — More than 40 Vietnamese enterprises, policy-making agencies and trade promotion organisations are participating in an electrical and energy equipment fair which opened on January 18 at the India Expo Mart in Uttar Paradesh state of India. … [Read more...] about Việt Nam attends fair on electrical equipment, energy in India