Chairman of the EU-ASEAN Business Council explains why foreign investors are interested in Vietnam
New trade agreements will make Vietnam much more appealing to foreign investors by lowering tariffs and speeding up reforms
Two-way trade has grown three-fold to 28 billion euros (about $30 billion) in the last 10 years
“We welcomed the passage” of the free trade agreements, "though it was belated," Presidential Spokesman Jeong Yeon-guk said.
They fear they stand to lose more than they gain, with several major exporting industries saying how it is not going...
Duties on key Vietnamese products like textile, seafood and coffee will be removed
Vietnam's exports to EU are set to raise by 30-40 pct, once the agreement takes effect
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung would witness the signing of a free trade agreement between Vietnam and the Eurasia Economic Union...
Asean leaders cannot afford to ignore sentiment on the ground
The agreement is expected to enable their trade to reach $70 billion a year by 2020
The car market, which is very small, will suffer further blows when prices surge, insiders warn
President Putin reiterated Russia’s standpoint of resolving any disputes in the East Sea via peaceful means and in respect...
Changes coming to the auto market earlier than expected, with a sudden cut in tariffs on imports from South Korea
The pact would give Vietnam access to a huge market of over 40 million people
A tanking economy and strict quality requirements could keep Vietnam from gaining much in the new agreement with Russia and its...