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samedi 7 septembre 2019

Vietnam pledges to import more US goods

Move aims to damp down perceptions country is profiting unfairly from US-China trade war

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mercredi 31 juillet 2019

Une entreprise du Cambodge condamnée pour importation de déchets nord-américains

Une entreprise cambodgienne qui avait importé illégalement environ 80 conteneurs de déchets de plastique en provenance des États-Unis et du Canada a été condamnée à une amende de près de 260 000 $ US.

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vendredi 12 juillet 2019

Le groupe Rouyer met un terme à son aventure avec Renault au Vietnam

En 2010, l'opérateur familial amorçait le retour de la marque Renault au Vietnam, en qualité d'importateur. Une aventure inédite pour un groupe français, et « fantastique », selon Lionel Rouyer, qui a pris fin en 2018.

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mercredi 13 février 2019

Laos - Vietnam trade over $1 bln in 2018

The combined trade value of imports and exports between Laos and Vietnam rose and crossed the $1 billion mark in 2018.

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jeudi 26 juillet 2018

Vietnam to limit waste imports as shipments build up at ports

Vietnam will stop issuing new licenses for the import of waste and crack down on illegal shipments as thousands of containers of paper, plastic and metal scrap build up at the country’s ports, raising concerns about the environment.

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vendredi 20 juillet 2018

The state bank of Vietnam suspends import of crypto mining hardware

The Vietnamese central bank, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) announced it will suspend the import of cryptocurrency mining hardware, according to local news agency Viet Nam News July 19.

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dimanche 1 juillet 2018

Russia becomes Vietnam’s top wheat supplier

Shipments surged after import taxes on Russian grain was lifted in 2016.

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mercredi 20 avril 2016

Vietnam spends $10.7b on Chinese imports in Q1

In the first quarter (Q1) of 2016, Vietnam spent $10.7 billion on imports from China, accounting for around 28 percent of Vietnam's total import revenue, according to Vietnam Customs on Tuesday.

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mardi 23 février 2016

Vietnam now world’s eighth largest arms importer

Hanoi emerges as one of the globe’s top importers amid regional tensions.

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dimanche 27 décembre 2015

Vietnam to post bigger trade deficits with China, other countries in 2015

Vietnam’s trade deficit with China and several other countries are expected to widen in 2015, the latest customs data show.

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mardi 6 janvier 2015

Vietnam closes door on Australian fruit and vegetables

Vietnam has followed through on its intention to effectively ban imports of Australian fruit from 1 January, 2015.

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mardi 9 décembre 2014

Vietnam increasingly dependent on China, despite rhetoric

Vietnam’s trade deficit to China surged again this year despite pledges to reduce dependence on the dominant supplier following last May's oil rig row.

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lundi 20 janvier 2014

Vietnam's 2013 oil product imports fall for second year on higher domestic output

Vietnam's imports of oil products trended lower for the second consecutive year in 2013 amid increased domestic production and continued economic weakness, an analyst from the Vietnam Petroleum Institute said Friday.

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mardi 20 août 2013

Près de 19.700 véhicules importés au Vietnam en 7 mois

De janvier à juillet, près de 19.700 véhicules ont été importés au Vietnam pour un montant de 365 millions de dollars, soit une hausse de 23,7% en quantité et de 7,7% en valeur en variation annuelle, selon le Département général des douanes.

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dimanche 20 janvier 2013

Auto imports reach record low in 2012

The number of fully-assembled automobiles that were imported in 2012 was just 27,427, worth USD616.7 million, representing a decrease of 50% in volume and 40% in value compared to 2011, Vietnam Customs reported.

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samedi 20 octobre 2012

Wood firms say quarantine license a new red-tape

HCMC – The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s new regulation on quarantine taking effect late last month, according to wood enterprises, is a new red-tape that poses more difficulties for them.

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lundi 2 janvier 2012

Vietnam imposes tariff on petrol imports

The Ministry of Finance has decided to impose a 4 percent tariff on imported petrol products after maintaining a zero tariff for 11 months to stabilize prices.

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samedi 31 décembre 2011

Vietnam trade deficit hits decade low in 2011

Vietnam's trade deficit narrowed sharply to $9.5 billion in 2011, the lowest level in a decade, government estimates showed Wednesday, though concerns over the country's economic stability remain.

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lundi 12 décembre 2011

Vietnam's trade deficit in 2012 expected at $13b

Vietnam's trade deficit in 2012 is expected to stay at $13 billion, equal to about 12 percent of total exports, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

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samedi 5 novembre 2011

Près de 20% des produits vietnamiens consommés sur le marché européen

D'après Green Book 2011, l'Union européenne (UE) est actuellement le deuxième importateur des produits vietnamiens après les États-Unis. L'UE a consommé l'année dernière près de 20% des exportations vietnamiennes, pour un chiffre d'affaires de plus de neuf milliards d'euros.

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mardi 20 septembre 2011

Vietnam's goods import from China surges 25pct in Jan-Aug

In the first eight months of this year, Vietnam's goods import from China is estimated to have increased by over $3 billion from the same period last year, to touch $15.2 billion, according to the general Department of Vietnam Customs.

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mardi 9 août 2011

Imported goods' prices drop as dollar depreciates

As the greenback has lost as much as 8 percent of its value against the dong since early this year, many imported goods have become cheaper.

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lundi 25 juillet 2011

Vietnam says monthly trade deficit is $200 million in July

Vietnam recorded a trade deficit of $200 million or less for the second straight month, after the government devalued the nation's currency in February by the most since at least 1993 to help reduce the gap.

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lundi 27 juin 2011

Vietnam first-half trade deficit $6.65 bn

Vietnam's trade deficit reached $6.65 billion for the first half, official estimates showed Monday, below the government's target but pointing to continuing problems in the economy, analysts said.

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samedi 25 juin 2011

Vietnam's trade gap still widens despite export increase

Although the country's exports have made remarkable progress, the danger of the ballooning trade deficit is still threatening Vietnam, experts said at a conference on the trade policy for the stable development of Vietnam held Tuesday by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

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vendredi 24 juin 2011

Vietnam import rules to fight fakes, not legitimate imports

Vietnamese government measures that are likely to make it more complicated to import alcohol, cosmetics, mobile phones and autos do not violate World Trade Organisation rules and are aimed at stopping a flood of fakes, a senior official said.

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vendredi 27 mai 2011

Foreign groups, diplomats decry Vietnam import rules

New Vietnamese rules on imports of cosmetics, alcohol, cell phones and other items amount to non-tariff barriers and may breach the country's international trade obligations, trade groups, lawyers and diplomats said on Friday.

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mardi 17 mai 2011

Vietnam tightens control over cell phone, wine imports

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has announced a new rule requiring all cell phone, wine and beauty product imports to go through one of three major seaports in Hai Phong, Da Nang and HCM City.

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samedi 26 mars 2011

Vietnam : déficit commercial en légère baisse sur trois mois

Le déficit commercial du Vietnam a enregistré une légère baisse au premier trimestre alors que le régime communiste cherche à stabiliser une économie en difficulté, selon des statistiques préliminaires publiées vendredi.

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samedi 26 février 2011

Vietnam rejects 50000-tonne Indian corn, soymeal cargoes

Vietnamese plant protection authorities have insisted that the owners of 50,000 tonnes of Indian corn and soymeal re-export the cargoes, which were found to be infested with insects, traders said on Thursday.

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