Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - Vietnamese businesses could increase exports to India by 633 million USD annually, the Standard Chartered Trade Opportunity Report has revealed. The study also found that Indian exporters could boost trade with Vietnam by an estimated 475 million USD, bringing the bilateral trade opportunity to 1.1 billion USD. The ASEAN markets in the study (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam) have a combined opportunity of 10.7 billion USD to increase exports to India. The research tracks high potential exports, defined as goods or services where businesses have added value with the borders of their home market. As markets look to recover from the impact of COVID-19, the study champions global trade as a key lever of prosperity, highlighting the sectors with the greatest opportunities for growth. Vietnam’s wholesale and retail trade services sector has the most to gain, with an 87 million USD opportunity. India is now one of Vietnam’s top 10 … [Read more...] about Vietnamese exports to India likely to rise by 633 million USD
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Similarly, while he chose Ha Noi as the location for his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and took a hard line on Chinese incursions into the South China Sea (called East Sea in Viet Nam), Trump also cast huge aspersions on Viet Nam’s trade and currency policies while seemingly wanting to deepen ties. As did much of the world, it felt extremely difficult to know where we really stood. Perhaps that was strategic on his part, and the key to his many (largely unsung) successes, but I’ll leave that to historians to pick over. … [Read more...] about Will Biden be a boost for Viet Nam?
The heavy reliance on certain markets leads to huge losses when troubles like Covid-19 occur. In some localities, the increase in number of Chinese travelers is inversely proportional to the growth of European and Japanese travelers. The sharp increase caused overloading in some destinations, putting pressure on local infrastructure and environment. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s tourism industry loses $23 billion because of Covid-19
Cargill and Heifer International expanded Hatching Hope into Mexico, helping women farmers improve their livelihoods via poultry farming. The programme connects Mexican women smallholder farmers with private sector buyers, creating market access, and income opportunities. Hatching Hope has reached 206 Mexican smallholder female farmers and their families. This builds off the original Hatching Hope programme in India, which has improved earnings for 24,000 smallholder female farmers since June 2019. … [Read more...] about Cargill works to positively impact communities where employees live and work
Given the situation, the international community has made various joint efforts to “sustain peace, promote cooperation and development, and to affirm member states’ belief that multilateralism and the coordinating role of the United Nations are crucial in addressing global challenges,” according to the Vietnamese diplomat, adding that the Security Council has “continued to fulfill its role as the body bearing the primary responsibility in the maintenance of international peace and security.” … [Read more...] about Việt Nam hosts meeting to share experience with incoming UN Security Council members