|Vietnam hosts international conference on ocean economy||Vietnam hosts international conference on ocean economy|
All countries need to make stronger commitments and take more drastic and effective measures to demonstrate their responsibility for the sustainable development of the ocean economy, Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh addressed the International Conference on Sustainable Ocean Economy and Climate Change Adaptation.
Many coral reefs in Vietnam should be protected. (Photo: VNA)
The conference is being held on May 12 and 13 in both online and offline formats by the Vietnamese Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Thanh emphasised that as marine pollution and ocean plastic waste are urgent global issues, countries should establish a global system to monitor, share data, provide a scientific basis for ocean plastic waste from the national, regional and world scales.
In the coming period, nations need to overcome challenges in their efforts to tackle ocean plastic pollution on a global scale, and sustainably manage resources and activities at sea such as aquaculture, fishing, shipping, marine and coastal tourism, and energy development in oceans, he stated.
Developed countries should be responsible for providing financial support, sharing management experience and transferring technologies, while developing nations need strive to soon master science and technology of the blue economy so as to solve global sea and ocean issues together, Thanh added.
Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Le Minh Ngan stressed that protecting the health of oceans is a sustainable guarantee for economic growth and social prosperity, food security, livelihoods and employment in many countries, especially for vulnerable ones such as small developing island nations, and low coastal states.
Vietnam has always shown its responsibility as an active member in the international community, and is ready to cooperate with other countries and partners to share scientific knowledge, experience, resources and overall management initiatives for a sustainable ocean economy and climate change adaptation, Ngan added.
Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Anniken Huitfeldt said: "This conference is addressing some of the most important issues of our time. Norway and Vietnam's objective is to push the climate and ocean agenda forward. We live in a time of global turbulence. Global cooperation is more important than ever. We need consequential and immediate action. And it is our responsibility to keep building the momentum."
"The COVID-19 recovery provides the opportunity for countries and communities to 're-boot' their approach to the blue economy. UNDP and the UN family stand ready to help countries shape a sustainable blue economy using innovative, science-based solutions. Working with local communities, and with broad alliances, we will 'co-create' new blue economy solutions -- recognising that our greatest hope to build a sustainable future for people and planet lies in human ingenuity and collective commitment to this cause," stated Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator.
Themed "Solutions for a climate resilient Blue Economy", the two-day conference attracted the participation of over 400 delegates from 70 countries, including leaders, experts, scientists and representatives from non-governmental organisations and research centres./.
|14/05/2022 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An held consulting session on exporting cashew nuts to Eastern and Western Europe||Long An held consulting session on exporting cashew nuts to Eastern and Western Europe|
The Department of Industry and Trade of Long An province, the Export Support Center (under the Trade Promotion Department), and the Vietnam Cashew Association held a consulting session on exporting cashew nuts to Eastern and Western European markets.
Consulting session on exporting cashew nuts to Eastern and Western Europe
Deputy Director of Department of Industry and Trade of Long An Province - Chau Thi Le, Deputy Director of the Export Support Center - Nguyen Thu Thuy, Commercial Counselor of Vietnam in Italy - Nguyen Duc Thanh, Commercial Counselor of Vietnam in France - Vu Anh Son, many experts and businesses attended the meeting.
According to Deputy Director of the Department of Industry and Trade of Long An province - Chau Thi Le, the consultation session helped cashew businesses to have a lot of information and opportunities to access the market and have the opportunity to export cashew nuts to Eastern and Western Europe. .
At this event, the businesses in the cashew industry had more information about the overview of the cashew market in Eastern and Western Europe; business cooperation and investment opportunities in the new situation; accessing and applying regulations, standards, and conditions for exporting cashew to Eastern and Western Europe.
The Covid-19 epidemic has had a significant impact on production and consumption around the world. However, the consumption of cashew nuts by consumers in the world is still good.
Although Long An does not have a cashew material area, the cashew nut processing industry has developed quite well. Currently, the province has nearly 50 cashew nut processing enterprises. In 2021, the export of cashews reached 104 million USD. Cashew export is also one of the key export industries of the province.
Long An mainly exports cashew products to China, America, Europe and the Middle East. The production process is invested in modern, the product quality is quite good. Most of the deep processing factories have achieved ISO, GMP, HACCP quality certifications to meet the requirements of fastidious markets.
Europe is a large and traditional market for the Long An cashew industry. However, export turnover in Eastern and Western Europe is not much and there is still a lot of potential to exploit. This consultation session is expected to promote cashew nut exports, especially to Eastern and Western Europe./.
|17/05/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|More administrative procedures to go online: Minister||More administrative procedures to go online: Minister|
The Government of Vietnam wants the business community to provide feedback and input to help improve the National Public Service Portal, heard a conference held by the Prime Minister’s Council on Administrative Reform and the World Bank in Hanoi on May 19.
A screenshot of the National Public Service Portal (File Photo: VNA)
To cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government has been pushing more administrative procedures online, including the use of e-documents and e-reports, and the establishment of information and public service portals on local levels said Minister-Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung.
The Government's Decision 45/2020/ND-CP also dictated, for the first time, that online procedures be recognized by governmental agencies to reduce red tape, paperwork for businesses and to promote online transactions as well as the digital economy.
"Since its formation, the National Public Service Portal has proven to be an effective tool in the country's scheme to digitalize administrative procedures. In addition, the portal also helps improve the transparency and accountability of local governments," said Dung.
The portal has developed from just eight groups of public services, to provide nearly 400 services with more than half designed to meet the needs of businesses. The portal allows firms to open service tickets with ministries, agencies and local authorities.
Citizens and businesses can track how their applications are being processed and at the same time, the Office of the Government can keep an eye on the proceedings and when required, send feedback and instructions.
Speaking at the conference, the World Bank's Country Director for Vietnam Ousmane Dione said the COVID-19 pandemic had brought unprecedented disruption to social and economic development on a global scale. He called for the Government and business community to work together to fight the crisis.
Along with effective public health measures taken by the Government, the country's swift digitalization of public services was a highlight of its ability to deal with the pandemic.
Dione said the portal was of tremendous value in stopping the spread of the coronavirus and in protecting the health of citizens and public servants.
He called for actions to be taken by the private sector to hasten business digitalization to improve business resilience and ensure operations can run uninterrupted. As made clear by the pandemic, businesses with a high level of digitalization have proven much less likely to be affected while others suffered disastrous consequences or were put out of operations.
In addition, applications of digitalization, e-commerce, big data and Artificial Intelligence may boost productivity and add value for small-to-medium-sized enterprises by up to 26 percent, he said, citing a 2019 study conducted in Singapore. On a regional scale, digitalization has the potential to create 1.1 trillion VND in GDP value for ASEAN economies by 2025.
Dione also called for the Government to continue with administrative reforms to cut costs and time for businesses. To this end, data gathered by the portal may provide an excellent starting point for the Government to identify time-wasting procedures and bottlenecks in the system.
The national public service portal debuted on December 9, 2019, and has logged more than 140,000 registered accounts, 35 million visits, 7.3 million documents and processed more than 68,000 documents.
It is estimated as much as 6.49 trillion VND (280 million USD) has been saved thanks to online public services a year, which includes 3.036 trillion VND from the portal.
According to the report of the Government Office, after six months in operation, the portal has supplied 389 online public services (160 for people and 229 for enterprises) in sales promotion, electricity supply, payment of taxes, charges and fees, electronic tax declaration and payment and tax extension request.
Starting from May 12, the portal has started additional services to support citizens and businesses affected by COVID-19 including workers who have lost their jobs or had their salaries suspended, employers who have borrowed to compensate laid-off workers, applications to delay payments of personal and business income./.
|21/05/2020 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|CJ Foods Vietnam - Kizuna Factory inaugurated at Kizuna 3 Expansion Factory||CJ Foods Vietnam - Kizuna Factory inaugurated at Kizuna 3 Expansion Factory|
On February 25, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the People's Committee of Long An Province - Nguyen Van Ut attended the inauguration ceremony of the expanded CJ Foods Vietnam - Kizuna 3 factory (Tan Kim commune, Can Giuoc district).
Delegates perform the inauguration ceremony of CJ Foods Vietnam factory - Kizuna 3
Head of Long An Economic Zone Authority - Nguyen Thanh Thanh, Secretary of Can Giuoc District Party Committee - Pham Van Bon, representative of CJ Foods Vietnam attended the ceremony.
Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut speaks at the inauguration ceremony of CJ Foods Vietnam Factory - Kizuna 3
Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut emphasized that the inauguration ceremony of CJ Foods Vietnam Factory - Kizuna 3 marks the start of investors after a year of overcoming the Covid-19 pandemic. This is also a significant economic event of Long An province, marking the recovery of the province's economic development. Through this, once again affirming Long An province's policy of early opening and resuming production and trade, in line with the Government's Resolution 128 on safe, flexible adaptation and effective control of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut (5th, L) visits the office of CJ Foods Vietnam Factory - Kizuna 3
CJ Foods Vietnam Company (belonging to CJ Group in Vietnam) was built at Kizuna 3 factory area in Tan Kim Industrial Park. In addition, CJ Foods Vietnam Company currently has factories in Tan Phu, Hiep Phuoc factory (HCMC) and Vung Tau factory.
Kizuza factory in Long An has a total investment capital of 40 million USD, including construction cost of 20 million USD and production equipment 20 million USD, built from March 2021 to January 2022. The total construction area of the factory is 40,000 square meters with four floors including the factory, warehouse, office, R&D center and Food Safety Center (FSC).
The factory is designed to include production facilities for domestic products in Vietnam and products for global export. At the same time, it is also a research facility and a complex food safety center to meet the needs of consumers and buyers in the safest and fastest way.
In addition, the factory of CJ Foods Vietnam in Long An is scientifically designed, separating the production areas of non-halal products, halal products and vegan products.
The company's main products include kimchi, rice paper spring rolls, flour spring rolls, Mandu, Korean sauce, instant rice, porridge, spring rolls. In the future, the company plans to expand more rice-based foods that contribute to Vietnam's agricultural development (rice snacks, seaweed products, noodle soup, etc.).
Delegates take souvenir photos on the occasion of the inauguration of the factory
The company's representative said that, with the key equipment installed, the most advanced production equipment includes special testing equipment, special refrigeration equipment, automatic packaging lines, automatic packaging system, continuous mixing, etc.
The factory design in Long An currently has a production capacity of 31,000 tons per year. The plan is to invest another 100 million USD by 2025 to raise the production capacity to 60,000 tons per year.
In addition to modern equipment for production, the company also installs other equipment and means to prevent accidents and ensure safety for workers.
With perfect preparation, believe that CJ Foods Vietnam Factory - Kizuna will operate with high efficiency, success and growth. Thereby, it contributes to the socio-economic development of the province and improves the living standards of workers and people./.
|26/02/2022 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Vietnam wants to increase dragon fruit export to Australia, New Zealand||Vietnam wants to increase dragon fruit export to Australia, New Zealand|
Vietnamese businesses are seeking to export more fresh and processed dragon fruits to Australia and New Zealand as the demand for this fruit in both markets is increasing.
Dragon fruit is one of Vietnam's key export products to Australia and New Zealand (Photo: congthuong.vn)
Dragon fruit is one of Vietnam's key export products to the two high-end markets.
According to Nguyen Thi Thu Huong from the Vietnamese Trade Office in Australia, Vietnam has exported fresh dragon fruits to Australia since 2017 with the export value growing every year.
Vietnam's dragon fruit export turnover to Australia surged by 36 percent in 2020 and 14 percent in 2021.
Besides Overseas Vietnamese's distribution systems, the fruit has been sold at major retail supermarkets in Australia, Huong added.
Dragon fruit is one of three types of fruit licensed to be imported into New Zealand.
Vietnamese Ambassador to New Zealand Nguyen Van Trung said dragon fruit is Vietnam's most successful export fruit to New Zealand with consecutive growths from 2014 to now.
Humphrey Lawrence – General Manager in charge of imports of MG Marketing of New Zealand, said Vietnam has a great opportunity to promote its dragon fruit export to the country.
After the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for dragon fruit products in New Zealand has increased sharply, he said, noting that the price of dragon fruits in the market is about 40-45 USD per/5-kg box.
However, Lawrence advised Vietnamese exporters to strictly abide by quality standards in the import market.
Huong also underlined the need for Vietnamese export businesses to ensure regulations on origin, phytosanitary and quality certificate when shipping their products to Australia./.
|23/05/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Nam Thuan Industrial Park begins being constructed||Nam Thuan Industrial Park begins being constructed|
On April 21, former President - Truong Tan Sang; Former Permanent Deputy Prime Minister - Truong Hoa Binh; former provincial leaders; Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc; Standing Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Head of the Provincial National Assembly Delegation - Nguyen Thanh Hai; Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut attended the Groundbreaking Ceremony of Nam Thuan Industrial Park (in Duc Hoa Dong commune, Duc Hoa district, Long An province).
Former President - Truong Tan Sang, former Standing Deputy Prime Minister - Truong Hoa Binh and leaders of Long An province, Duc Hoa district attended the Groundbreaking Ceremony
Nam Thuan Industrial Park is an important project in the development plan of Dai Loc Long An Joint Stock Company. This project covers an area of 308 hectares; residential area has an area of about 99 hectares. Phase 1 (49 hectares) is being invested in infrastructure; phase 2 (50 hectares) is being prepared for land acquisition and compensation payment. Next to this project is Hai Son Industrial Cluster (261 hectares) which has filled up 108 hectares and attracted 144 investors, reaching 60 percent. Currently, there are many businesses going into operation and building factories.
In June 2021, Dai Loc Long An Joint Stock Company completed legal documents on the change of legal representative. Due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic, in November 2021, Dai Loc Long An Joint Stock Company officially started construction.
Signing a memorandum of understanding to sublease land use rights
Although only operating for nearly 5 months, Dai Loc Joint Stock Company has gained prestige and brand with customers. In just a short time, it has attracted 18 businesses (about 30 hectares), with a total investment value of nearly 5,000 billion VND.
It is expected that by the end of 2022, the project will attract a total area of about 100 hectares, have many enterprises building factories in the second quarter of 2022, and have many factories put into operation by the end of the fourth quarter of 2022.
According to Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut, Long An province always accompanies businesses to overcome difficulties and restore operations after the epidemic. He also asked investors to continue to improve infrastructure, promote investment attraction to soon go into production and business, contributing to socio-economic development in the locality.
Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony
On this occasion, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dai Loc Long An Joint Stock Company, investor of Nam Thuan Industrial Park - Trinh Van Hai was honored to be awarded the Second-class Labor Medal by the State President for his achievements in contributing to socio-economic development in the locality./.
|23/04/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Seminar connects Vietnamese, US agricultural businesses||Seminar connects Vietnamese, US agricultural businesses|
Vietnamese Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan and Marc Mealy, Senior Vice President for Policy at the US-ASEAN Business Council (USABC), co-chaired a seminar connecting agricultural enterprises of Vietnam and the US on May 13 in Washington D.C.
Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)
The event took place on the sidelines of Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh's trip to the US to attend the ASEAN-US Special Summit. It was attended by representatives from agencies, businesses and associations in the agricultural sector of the two countries and several banks and investment funds, and representatives from some major US industry associations such as the Soybean Export Council, the Grains Council, the National Pork Producers Council and multinational agricultural corporations.
At the seminar, a representative of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development informed participants about the priority strategy for the development of Vietnam's agricultural sector in the coming time as well as opportunities and challenges in promoting bilateral investment and trade.
With the desire that the two sides will become a reliable and sustainable partner of each other, representatives from businesses and industry associations straightforwardly exchanged ideas, especially about difficulties and obstacles in production, business and investment in Vietnam.
Minister Le Minh Hoan pledged to accompany US businesses and investors in handling difficulties and barriers so as to create a favourable production, business and investment environment for the international business community in general and US firms in particular.
At the event, four cooperation agreements were signed, namely a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture in Vietnam (PSAV) with Pepsico and Care International on enhancing food production cooperation in Vietnam; an MoU between Bac Giang province and ERG group on promoting trading of local agricultural products; an MoU between Moc Thinh Phat furniture production joint stock company and Grasslands Farms company on promoting trade in agricultural products; and an MoU between Nevist Vietnam International Import-Export Company and AGP on trade and investment promotion in the sector.
Enterprises of the two countries also discussed the possibility of cooperation to promote trade, seek investment opportunities, transfer technology, and explore the possibility of cooperation between large US and multinational groups to bring Vietnamese agricultural products to the global value chain./.
|14/05/2022 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An is an attractive destination for investors||Long An is an attractive destination for investors|
With the advantage of being located at the gateway of the Mekong Delta region adjacent to Ho Chi Minh City, Long An province is an important intersection in the trade of goods and an attractive investment attraction of many businesses industry in recent years.
Recently, investment attraction in the province has achieved many outstanding results
In the context of the epidemic raging and complicated developments, but Long An still has many large enterprises and corporations coming to invest. In 2021, Long An attracts more than 3.8 billion USD in foreign investment, ranking second in the country.
To become an attractive destination, Long An is always interested in implementing reform of administrative procedures, improving many investment procedures and investing in transport infrastructure. Specifically, recently, the province has granted investment certificates to a number of foreign investors within 1 day of receiving complete and valid documents.
Prominent as the project of Lotte Eco Logis Long An Co., Ltd of Lotte Land Co., Ltd (invested by Korea); The project implementation site is at Phu An Thanh Industrial Park, An Thanh commune, Ben Luc district, with an area of 79,142 m2, with a total investment capital of phase 1 of 306 billion VND, equivalent to over 13,450 USD. Investment project of Coca Cola beverage factory with total capital of more than 136 million USD (equivalent to more than 3,109 billion VND) in Phu An Thanh Industrial Park, Ben Luc district.
Head of the Provincial Economic Zone Management Board - Nguyen Thanh Thanh said that the quick settlement of investment procedures is one of the things that the provincial leaders thoroughly grasp and direct to implement seriously. The year 2022 has been selected as a breakthrough year in economic development in order to well fulfill the goals set out by the Resolution of the Provincial Party Congress.
The province strives to by 2025, continue to maintain its leading position in terms of economy in the Mekong Delta and by 2030, to become a well-developed province in the southern key economic region. From the beginning of 2022 until now, industrial parks in the province alone have attracted a total FDI investment capital of 261.13 million USD and domestic enterprise capital of 8,863 billion VND.
Recently, on April 8, the province awarded investment registration certificates to 4 customers investing in Phuoc Dong Wharf Industrial Park (Can Duoc district) in 2022 with a total registered investment capital of 1,531 billion VND. Investors awarded certificates: Tan Binh Vegetable Oil Joint Stock Company - Nakydaco, TNL Trading and Service Company Limited, Hicrete Company Limited and Allmed Medical Textile Vietnam Co., Ltd.
In particular, there is a project of Tan Binh Vegetable Oil Joint Stock Company with a total investment of nearly 1,000 billion VND, which was granted an investment certificate by the province in just one day after receiving all valid documents for approval online application form.
Mr. Le Tu Minh - Chairman of the Board of Directors of IMG Phuoc Dong Joint Stock Company said that "The investment environment in Long An province is increasingly improved in all aspects, thereby attracting many large investors. Over the years to invest in the province, the company has always received the support and companion of the province, the provincial leaders always take the time to listen to thoughts, feelings and suggestions and recommendations. In particular, recently, I was impressed when the province granted investment certificates to a number of businesses within 1 day after receiving all valid documents. This is a very important plus point in building the image and investment attraction environment of the province."
Long An is continuing to invest heavily in transport infrastructure, creating many driving forces for development and attracting investment
According to Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut, the province's investment promotion and attraction over the past time has always had a focus and focus; incessantly innovating and reforming strongly and essentially to attract large projects, create spillover effects, attract many other supporting satellite projects, form a positive investment and business environment and cooperation. joint development between Long An province and strategic partners. With the motto "always accompanies businesses, considers enterprises' difficulties as difficulties of the province", Long An affirms that it respects and is always ready to welcome, as well as create all the most favorable conditions for business. production and business investors.
"The province also continues to call for socialization in infrastructure investment, especially in transport infrastructure connecting the region and with industrial zones and clusters to create more motivations and favorable conditions for revenue generation better investment attraction", emphasized Mr. Nguyen Van Ut.
Reported by Le Duc
Translated by NT
|13/04/2022 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An holds consulting session on exporting dragon fruit to Australia and New Zealand markets||Long An holds consulting session on exporting dragon fruit to Australia and New Zealand markets|
On May 12, Long An Department of Industry and Trade coordinated with the Export Support Center (Trade Promotion Department) to organize a consulting session on exporting dragon fruits to Australia and New Zealand.
Delegates participate in consulting session on exporting dragon fruit to Australia and New Zealand markets
The Deputy Director of the Department of Industry and Trade of Long An province - Chau Thi Le; Vietnamese Ambassador in New Zealand - Nguyen Van Trung; Deputy Director of Export Support Center - Nguyen Thu Thuy; many experts, export consultants, enterprises specializing in import and export at home and abroad; many enterprises, cooperatives specializing in the production, trading, import and export of dragon fruit in the province participated in the consulting session.
The consulting session is held in two forms, face-to-face and online. At the consulting session, many experts, export consultants, domestic and foreign import-export enterprises shared their experiences and suggested the development orientation of dragon fruit export in the form of global commercialization, bringing practical value to growers.
Accordingly, the consultants shared on the topic "The path to the New Zealand market for Vietnamese fruit products"; "Health Fresh Company's enthusiasm for Vietnamese products"; "Opportunity to improve sustainability for the production, processing and export of Vietnamese dragon fruit"; "Overview of the dragon fruit product market in Australia" and "The issue of access to, application of regulations, standards and conditions for exporting dragon fruit products to the Australian market".
Dragon fruit is one of the main crops of the province with about 11,822 hectares, the fruiting area is about 11,000 hectares.
Deputy Director of the Department of Industry and Trade of Long An Province - Chau Thi Le hoped that dragon fruit producers of Long An in particular and Vietnam in general would have more information, knowledge and research, more opportunities to access dragon fruit as well as products processed from dragon fruit to potential markets such as Australia or New Zealand through this consulting session.
Currently, dragon fruit is one of the main crops of the province. Long An ranks second in the country in terms of planting area and dragon fruit harvest with about 11,822 hectares, the fruiting area is about 11,000 hectares.
Long An dragon fruit exports are mainly fresh and frozen to many markets: China, Korea, USA, Japan, Canada, Newzeland, Australia, some Southeast Asian countries. In which, the Chinese market accounts for about 80 percent of the export volume. However, recently, China's import and export management policy, the complicated situation of the Covid-19 epidemic, the increase in dragon fruit growing area in China has caused many difficulties and losses for growers as well as dragon fruit export enterprises.
In addition to consuming and exporting fresh fruit, enterprises in Long An province also deeply process many products from dragon fruit such as crispy dried dragon fruit, dried dragon fruit, dragon fruit wine, dragon fruit juice, mixed dragon fruit powder, dragon fruit syrup, and so on serving domestic and export demand.
Long An's Chau Thanh dragon fruit has also been granted a certificate of geographical indication registration by the National Office of Intellectual Property. Tam Vu dragon fruit trademark has been protected in 5 countries: USA, France, Japan, Singapore and China.
Long An province has Long An dragon fruit Association with over 100 members who are cooperative enterprises in Long An province with warehouse and preliminary processing capacity that can be exported to many different markets in large quantities. In particular, Long An province has a fruit processing factory with hot steam technology with a capacity of 12,000 tons per year and is eligible for packaging for export to a number of markets with high quality requirements./.
|17/05/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|CPTPP helps leverage Vietnam-Australia investment cooperation||CPTPP helps leverage Vietnam-Australia investment cooperation|
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) helps promote Vietnam-Australia cooperation in terms of trade and investment, the Cong Thuong (Industry and Trade) newspaper said, citing Vietnamese Ambassador to Australia Nguyen Tat Thanh.
Illustrative image. (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam and Australia are both members of at least three free trade agreements, namely ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area (AANZFTA), CPTPP and the Regional Economic Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
According to data of the General Statistics Office of Vietnam, last year, two-way trade between Vietnam and Australia hit 12.4 billion USD for the first time, up more than 49 percent compared with that of 2020. The value of shipments to Australia reached more than 4.45 billion USD, a year-on-year increase of 23 percent. Vietnam spent nearly 8 billion USD in importing goods from Australia, up nearly 70 percent against 2020's figure.
Vietnam's exports to Australia are growing strongly, reaching 1.38 billion USD in the first quarter of 2022, a surge of 32.36 percent against the same period last year.
Sharp increases were seen in Vietnam's export of various agricultural and industrial products to Australia, for example 84 percent in coffee, 51 percent in aquatic products, 41 percent in rubber, and 26 percent in electric cable. Notably, the shipments of iron and steel skyrocketed by more than 500 percent year on year.
Meanwhile, the country is buying more and more essential materials from Australia, such as coal, iron ore, metals, cotton, wheat, and animal feed. In particular, Vietnam's import value of coal from Australia in Q1 surged 176 percent year on year and that of cotton shot up 333 percent.
The CPTPP also serves as momentum for bilateral cooperation in terms of investment. By the end of last year, there were about 550 Australian investment projects in Vietnam with a total value of nearly 2 billion USD, ranking 19th among foreign investors in the country.
Graham Kinder, Vice Chairman of the Australia-Vietnam Business Council, was quoted by the newspaper as saying that Australian companies see many investment opportunities in Vietnam in the fields of trade, investment, education and transport that are Australia's strengths, thus they are keen to promote their investments in Vietnam. Similarly, Vietnamese enterprises can expand their investment and business operation in areas of their strength in Australian states and localities.
It is now the right time for businesses of both countries to take advantage of opportunities for cooperation in the post-pandemic period as borders have been reopened and both governments seek to promote investment activities, he said./.
|21/05/2022 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Large foreign firms interested in Vietnam’s offshore wind power industry||Large foreign firms interested in Vietnam’s offshore wind power industry|
Some major businesses of Denmark and Norway have expressed their special interest in developing offshore wind power in Vietnam during recent meetings with officials of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Turbines of the Bac Lieu wind power plant off the coast of Bac Lieu province (Photo: VNA)
At the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) held in the UK last November, Vietnam committed to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
Talking to Danish Chargé d'Affaires, a.i. Troels Jakobsen and Executive Vice President and CEO of the Orsted group Martin Neubert, Minister Nguyen Hong Dien said offshore wind power development is highly significant since it can be combined with the realisation of socio-economic growth, energy security, and industrialisation targets towards low-carbon emissions and net zero emissions by 2050.
He expressed his hope that Orsted, which is the world's biggest offshore wind power developer, will share its experience in this field so as to help Vietnam carry out effective energy transition projects that suit local development demand.
Neubert said his group views Vietnam as a new and also important market. It opened an office in the country in December 2020 with the hope of making more concrete contributions to the formation of an offshore wind power industry in Vietnam.
The firm is building a plan on launching the industry in Vietnam through two projects it is implementing in coordination with the T&T Group, he went on, noting that through its concrete activities and objectives, Orsted hopes to accompany the Vietnamese Government during the realisation of the COP26 commitments.
Equinor, a large energy business of Norway, also showed its attention to the local sector.
Addressing a working session with Deputy Minister Dang Hoang An, an Equinor official said it has opened a representative office in Hanoi, which affirmed Norway's readiness and determination to contribute to Vietnam's offshore wind power development, green transition, and implementation of the commitments in the Paris Agreement on climate change and at COP26.
Equinor recently cooperated with the MoIT to study the development of an offshore wind power supply chain. This study's results were handed over to the MoIT in October 2021.
In March 2021, it also signed a memorandum of understanding with the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) to assess the feasibility of cooperation in developing offshore wind power and renewable energy.
In the draft National Power Development Plan VIII, Vietnam looks to develop 16,121 MW of onshore and inshore wind power, along with about 7,000 MW of the offshore one by 2030. Wind power is set to make up 15.8 percent of the capacity of the electricity generation system, including 4.8 percent from offshore wind power./.
|11/05/2022 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: April 2022, there are 07 domestic projects granted investment certificates||Long An: April 2022, there are 07 domestic projects granted investment certificates|
Information from the Department of Planning and Investment of Long An province, in April 2022, the province has 07 domestic projects granted investment certificates with a total investment capital of 3,207.8 billion VND; decreased 04 projects and increased 1,529.8 billion VND in capital over the same period.
Accumulated from the beginning of the year, 45 new projects have been granted, total newly registered capital is 12,114.6 billion VND; decreased 12 projects and increased 8,664.49 billion VND in capital over the same period. Up to now, the province has 2,163 projects with a registered capital of 268,112.9 billion VND.
For foreign investment, in the month, 02 new foreign investment projects with total registered capital of 9.8 million USD, down 04 projects and 34.12 million USD in registered capital over the same period last year. ; adjusted capital for 06 projects with increased investment capital of 27 million USD, increased by 02 projects, in capital decreased by 21.2 million USD over the same period.
Accumulated from the beginning of the year, 21 new foreign investment projects have been granted with a total registered capital of 226.8 million USD, increased by 04 projects and decreased by 2,969.7 million USD in registered capital over the same period; adjusted capital for 29 projects with increased investment capital of 151.1 million USD, an increase of 19 projects and an increase of 136.5 million USD in capital over the same period. Up to now, the province has 1,143 projects with a capital of 9,767.7 million USD; of which 588 projects have been put into operation with total investment capital of 3,624 million USD./.
Reported by TH
Translated by NT
|10/05/2022 2:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Japan ranks 4th in the number of investment projects in Long An||Japan ranks 4th in the number of investment projects in Long An|
Currently, Japan is ranked 4th out of 36 countries and territories investing directly in Long An with more than 130 projects, and ranked 5th in investment capital in the province with nearly 480 million USD.
Leaders of Long An province received and worked with Erex Japan Joint Stock Company
The province currently has more than 1,100 FDI projects, with a total investment capital of more than 9.4 billion USD. In particular, Japanese investment projects in the province are constantly expanding their scale and increasing capital. This shows that Long An's investment environment really creates confidence in Japanese enterprises in particular and FDI enterprises in general.
Some projects have relatively large investment capital such as Vina Eco Board (invested capital of 110 million USD), Sapporo (26 million USD), Kyodo Sojitz (26 million USD), Nipponham Vietnam (15 million USD),... Large investment in food processing, agricultural and aquatic products, animal feed, production of artificial wood boards and wood products, mechanical engineering, manufacturing and assembly of electronic components, processing mechanics, garments.
In the coming time, Long An will continue to promote human resource training to meet the needs of local economic development and provide human resources to work in Japan under the Project of bringing workers to work. abroad in the period of 2020 - 2025./.
Reported by TH
Translated by NT
|14/03/2022 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Health Ministry yet to consider COVID-19 endemic disease||Health Ministry yet to consider COVID-19 endemic disease|
The Ministry of Health has proposed considering COVID-19 a Group A infectious disease, not an endemic disease in its latest draft on COVID-19 prevention and control measures in the new situation.
Illustrative photo (Source: VNA)
Per the draft, Vietnam is still in the transition period between pandemic prevention and sustainable management.
Regarding the reason why COVID-19 has not been considered an endemic disease in Vietnam yet, the Ministry of Health said that most countries in the world are in a state of unstable cases and deaths, with an erratic increase and decrease trend when new variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus appear. At the same time, acquired immunity (due to vaccines and infection) has not been stable for a long time and decreases over time.
As a result, the application of epidemic prevention and control measures should be flexible and gradually moves towards the "new normal".
The announcement of the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam may be considered when the World Health Organisation declares the end of the pandemic or public health event of concern globally; and when the country's situation continues to be well controlled./.
|28/06/2022 2:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Long An talks with Korean businesses on the topic "A friendly and effective investment destination"||Long An talks with Korean businesses on the topic "A friendly and effective investment destination"|
On the afternoon of March 10, the People's Committee of Long An province held a meeting and working session with the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the Korean business delegation to visit and learn about the investment environment in Long An province through connection of Saigon Telecom Technology Joint Stock Company (Saigontel). Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc; Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut, leaders of some related departments and branches receive the delegation.
Discussion between the People's Committee of Long An province and the Korean delegation
On the Korean delegation side, Director of KOICA Vietnam Office - Cho Han Deog, Deputy Director of KOICA Vietnam Office - SEO Miyoung, representing many businesses from Korea attended the meeting.
On the side of Saigon Telecom Technology Joint Stock Company, there was Saigontel Vice Chairman - Nguyen Thi Kim Thanh, leaders of Saigontel's units.
Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc emphasized that the government and people of Long An are very interested in building and developing cooperative relationships with Korea in many fields
Speaking at the seminar, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc emphasized on the basis of the good relationship between Vietnam - Korea, over the years, the government and people of Long An are very pay attention to, build and develop cooperative relationships with Korean localities in many fields, especially bilateral economic cooperation. Long An has strengthened investment promotion and trade promotion activities in Korea.
The effectiveness of the aforementioned activities is reflected in the inflow of FDI from Korea to Long An province, providing opportunities for investment cooperation as more and more Korean enterprises continue to expand their investment scale and effective in Long An. Provincial leaders affirmed, always welcome investors to come to Long An and get rich on the way of investment and business in accordance with the law of Vietnam.
Currently, Korea is the second largest investor in nearly 40 countries and territories investing in Long An with 204 active projects, total registered capital of over 818 million USD.
Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut introduced to the Korean delegation an overview of the socio-economic development situation, the development potential of Long An, is the gateway connecting Ho Chi Minh City and the Southeast region with Mekong River Delta.
Although determined to be in the Mekong River Delta region, Long An is one of eight provinces in the southern key economic region of Vietnam - the "core zone" of industrial production, which is the leading economic development engine of the country. with fairly and stable growth. In terms of conditions for development, Long An province has outstanding advantages: strategic geographical location, synchronous socio-economic infrastructure development; diverse natural resources, stable economic development and commercial connection with neighboring areas.
Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut affirmed to the Korean delegation: Long An has many potentials for development, and at the same time promises to be an ideal destination for investors for many reasons. In which, Long An implements preferential policies for investors such as tax and land incentives and supports the development of industries, services, and high technology.
Besides, Long An is gradually improving infrastructure, especially transport infrastructure. In the public sector, Long An has made significant efforts to develop a business supportive environment and reduce obstacles in administrative procedures; Having an abundant young labor market creating favorable conditions for business development. Currently, FDI inflows rapidly increase into Long An and Long An will be the center of the southern key economic region.
In addition, Long An has many investment incentive policies on tax reduction policies - tax incentives, corporate income tax reduction in the field of software, environmental protection, industries applying high technology, agriculture, forestry, fisheries, education, health, culture. Long An also has preferential policies and investment support applied in industrial zones and socialization in the province of Long An.
The Korean delegation paid much attention to the policy of attracting investment in traffic infrastructure, taxes, high technology, logistics, ...
At the seminar, the Korean delegation paid much attention to the policy of attracting investment in traffic infrastructure, taxes, high technology, logistics, ... At the same time, Korean investors believed that Long An was a potential locality of the Mekong River Delta region, possessing many breakthrough potentials to become an attractive destination for investment and business development. The forms of investor support with many flexible forms of provincial leaders are also appreciated, this will be a good condition for investors to quickly, efficiently and highly profitable projects. In the coming time, they will introduce and call on Korean businesses to explore and invest in Long An in many fields.
Provincial leaders and Korean delegation took souvenir photos
At the end of the seminar, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc thanked Saigon Telecom Technology Joint Stock Company for actively acting as a bridge. He affirmed, Long An province always welcomes investors to Long An, especially Korean investors. Long An always determines to accompany enterprises, consider the difficulties of enterprises as the difficulties of the province, always aim to the success and sustainable development of enterprises, helping enterprises feel secure in investment and development export and do business because it is also contributing to the general development of Long An province. He wished that after the meeting, provincial leaders and state management units of the province continue to connect, have more opportunities to meet more to cooperate in many fields.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by NT
|11/03/2021 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Mekong Delta to develop 1 million hectares of high-quality rice||Mekong Delta to develop 1 million hectares of high-quality rice|
The Mekong Delta will plant one million hectares of high-quality rice in the coming time with the aim to improve farmers’ income, ensure food security and serve export.
Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)
The task is set in a directive on some missions to promote sustainable agricultural and rural development in the region in response to climate change, recently signed by Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh.
The directive's goals are to develop the Mekong Delta quickly and sustainably, proactively adapt to climate change, create breakthroughs to improve the material and spiritual life of local people, and focus on developing agriculture and rural areas in the direction of ecological agriculture, modern countryside, and civilised farmers.
Under the directive, the Government requested relevant ministries and departments to study and put forward mechanisms and policies to realise the objectives and orientations for agricultural and rural development in the Mekong Delta.
Especially, measures must focus on directing and implementing the regional planning scheme for the 2021-2030 period, with a vision to 2050; the strategy for sustainable agricultural and rural development for the 2021-2030 period, with a vision to 2050; the national strategy for natural disaster prevention and control to 2030, with a vision to 2050; the agricultural restructuring plan for the 2021-2025 period; the national target programme on building new-style rural areas for the 2021-2025 period; and the master programme for agricultural development in the Mekong Delta to adapt to climate change./.
|24/06/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Minister of Science and Technology visited and worked with Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd||Minister of Science and Technology visited and worked with Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd|
On June 22, the delegation led by the Minister of Science and Technology - Huynh Thanh Dat, visited and worked with Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd., My Binh commune, Duc Hue district, Long An province.
Minister of Science and Technology - Huynh Thanh Dat (2nd, right) visits the banana production model of Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd.
Receiving and working with the Delegation were Vice Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam; leaders of the Department of Science and Technology, leaders of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development; Mr. Vo Quan Huy - Director of Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd.
Here, the members of the delegation were guided to visit the orchard and introduced to the banana growing model applying high technology, the model of industrial cow farming combined with banana growing according to the closed process of Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd.
The company is a large-scale agricultural enterprise in the province with the business of raising and producing buffalo and cow breeds; planting fruit trees; meat and vegetable processing and organic fertilizer production. The company was granted the Certificate of Hi-tech Agricultural Enterprise by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in May 2018.
Mr. Vo Quan Huy - Director of Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd (right cover) introduces the banana production process
Currently, the company produces high-tech bananas with a total area of 150ha, average yield of 66 tons/ha/year, output of 10,000 tons/year; raise fattening cows on average from 4,000-5,000 heads/year. In addition, the company also produces and processes a number of other fruit trees such as mango, grapefruit, mangosteen,... The entire farm is fully invested from seeding, planting, harvesting and packing bananas. export, under the close supervision of a team of experienced, highly qualified technicians and foreign experts.
Banana products under the FOHLA brand of Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd. now have a stable market in countries such as Japan, Korea, China, ... and a part of consumption in the domestic market.
Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam hopes that the Ministry of Science and Technology will continue to support the province in implementing a breakthrough program on high-tech agricultural production.
Through working, Director of Department of Science and Technology - Nguyen Minh Hai proposed to the delegation and experts to support the company to access preferential policies in the application of high technology, application of scientific advances. science and technology into production; support registration procedures to establish trademark ownership for FOHLA banana and pomelo products in some potential foreign markets.
In addition, Mr. Nguyen Minh Hai also proposed to develop scientific and technological tasks for the company's high-tech cycle from breeding to farming to improve product value; building and promoting brands in the national supply chain for key and potential products of the company such as bananas, pomelos, mangoes, beef,...
At the meeting, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam thanked the delegation for visiting and working in Long An, and expressed his wish that the Ministry of Science and Technology, experts, scientists, relevant agencies in the field of science and technology, continue to pay more attention and support to the province, especially in agricultural production with high technology application so that the province can more effectively implement the program. this program in the near future.
Members of the Working Group participated in giving comments
Minister of Science and Technology - Huynh Thanh Dat acknowledged the comments and recommendations of the province as well as those of Huy Long An - My Binh Co., Ltd. Through this, he also suggested that the Department of Science and Technology continue to act as the contact point for businesses in the area for timely exchange and support.
On the side of the Ministry and experts, they will continue to study and transfer science and technology, advise on the development of appropriate policies, contribute to the common development of the Mekong Delta region, including Long An according to the resolution government./.
Reported by Ky Nam
Translated by NT
|23/06/2022 10:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Master plan for Mekong Delta in 2021-2030 announced||Master plan for Mekong Delta in 2021-2030 announced|
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on June 21 chaired a conference to announce the Master Plan and investment promotion programme for the Mekong Delta in the 2021-2030 period, with the theme "Mekong Delta: New thinking - New vision - New opportunities - New values”.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh (C) chairs the conference to announce the Master Plan and investment promotion programme for the Mekong Delta (Photo: VNA)New highlights and significance of the Action Programme to implement Resolution No. 13-NQ/TW of the Politburo, the Master Plan for the Mekong Delta in the 2021-2030 period, with a vision to 2050, were spotlighted at the event.
During the meeting, ministers, chairmen of People's Committee of provinces and cities, representatives from economic groups at home and abroad, and ambassadors and leaders of international organisations in Vietnam gave presentations to clarify issues in order to successfully implement the Resolution on development of the Mekong Delta region in the coming time.
Participants focused their discussion on agriculture restructure; investment attraction in the processing industry; irrigation infrastructure development; trade promotion and expanding markets for farm produce; renewable energy development; culture and tourism; and regional connectivity.
They also emphasised the role and position of Can Tho as the centre of the Mekong Delta in regional development linkage; and proposed orientations to promote development links between the region with Ho Chi Minh City and the southern key economic region.
Measures to promote sustainable marine economic development associated with mangrove ecosystem and coastal protection, natural disaster prevention and control and climate change adaptation, and cooperation and support for the Mekong Delta's development were also put on the table.
Also at the conference, commitments to finance the implementation of a number of infrastructure development programmes and projects in the framework of the master plan were announced./.
|22/06/2022 3:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|PM issues action plan on Mekong Delta development||PM issues action plan on Mekong Delta development|
The Mekong Delta region is expected to develop agricultural centres in association with specialised farming zones and urban areas.
Rice is harvested in the Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province. (Photo: VNA)
The plans were laid out in Politburo Resolution No. 13 on developing the region until 2030.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on June 18 signed a Resolution to issue the Government action plan on Resolution No. 13, which covers the socio-economic development and maintenance of security and national defence of the Mekong Delta region until 2030.
The agricultural centres will include one in Can Tho city associated with the development of logistics services in Hau Giang province; centres in Hau Giang and Dong Thap provinces in connection with fresh water aquatic products, fruit and rice; centres in Kien Giang, Ca Mau and Soc Trang in connection with seafood production in coastal areas; and centres in Tien Giang and Ben Tre associated with fruit and crops.
Economic restructuring for the region is to be promoted, in association with shifting the growth model and applying science and technology, innovation and the development of a green and circular economy in line with biodiversity, culture and people of the region.
The resolution also targets to build Can Tho city into a developed centre of the Mekong Delta region and My Tho, Tan An, Long Xuyen, Rach Gia, Ca Mau and Soc Trang into specialised complexes.
It will also develop Phu Quoc in Kien Giang province into a centre of high-quality ecological tourism and service and of national and international sea and island tourism with linkages to major economic centres in the region and the world.
The resolution will focus investment on developing the An Giang border economic zone, issue incentives to develop Dong Thap border economic zone into an economic complex of industry, trade, services, tourism, urban areas and agro-forestry and fisheries and a centre for economic exchange between countries in the sub-Mekong region.
The Mekong Delta region will get priority to develop socio-economic infrastructure, including the development of infrastructure to adapt to climate change and the development of modern, smart and synchronous information technology infrastructure in association with the growth of economic corridors, promoting connection and integration of urban-industrial economic corridors from Can Tho city to Long An province, along Tien and Hau rivers, along with coastal areas from Long An, Ca Mau provinces to Kien Giang province and along economic border corridors from Long An province to Kien Giang province.
Under the resolution, an expressway system connecting the southeastern region will be completed by 2030 together with a system of seaports and international border gates.
Focus will also be placed on developing digital infrastructure to build the e-government and digital economy.
The resolution sets a target for the Mekong Delta region to achieve an annual average growth rate of 6.5-7 percent during the 2021-2030 period.
It also sets tasks for socio-cultural development and improves the living conditions of local people.
PM Chinh asked ministries, agencies and People's Committees of provinces and cities of the Mekong Delta region to build action plans to implement the resolution before September 30 and regularly supervise and examine the implementation of assigned projects and tasks for annual assessment and reporting to the PM.
The Mekong Delta comprises Can Tho city and the provinces of An Giang, Dong Thap, Long An, Tien Giang, Vinh Long, Ben Tre, Tra Vinh, Soc Trang, Hau Giang, Bac Lieu, Ca Mau and Kien Giang. It is one of the largest and most fertile deltas in Southeast Asia and the world.
The Mekong Delta is the biggest food, fishery and fruit production hub in Vietnam./.
|21/06/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Attracting investment in the new normal||Attracting investment in the new normal|
On the afternoon of June 17, the conference "Investment strategies in the context of the new normal and promoting innovation" took place in Ho Chi Minh City. The conference was attended by Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment - Tran Duy Dong; leaders of the localities of Dong Nai, Long An, Ho Chi Minh City, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Thai Nguyen, Quang Ninh and Binh Thuan.
Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment - Tran Duy Dong informed about policies and new investment attraction models
Not only aiming to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and South Korea, this event also provides information related to the Government's mechanisms and policies, promotes investment attraction, restores and post-Covid-19 economic development. This is an opportunity for leaders of localities to briefly discuss potentials, strengths and policies to attract local investment, thereby promoting socio-economic growth, ensuring national defense and security, and contributing to national defense and security. the successful implementation of the goals set forth by the 13th Party Congress.
Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut discusses strategies to attract foreign investment in the context of the new situation
Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut said: "In order to attract FDI as well as domestic investment capital, Long An is focusing on restoring the economy. Accordingly, the province focuses on removing difficulties for businesses, improving the investment environment and strengthening administrative reform. In terms of long-term orientation, the province focuses on investing in transport infrastructure, focusing on connectivity and regional linkages between the West, the East and Ho Chi Minh City. HCM. In addition, the province also focuses on developing and attracting labor sources, ensuring to meet enough labor sources to work in industrial zones and clusters in the coming time.
SaigonTel Digital Alliance signed a cooperation agreement with NGS and BIDV
At the conference, SaigonTel signed a contract with the Korean urban development and infrastructure cooperation agency KIND abroad and signed with the National Innovation Center NIC to support and develop the ecosystem. entrepreneurship, promoting innovation capacity, and economic growth. In addition, the program also took place the signing ceremony of the SaigonTel - NGS Digital Alliance and the Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) on building a digital technology platform./.
Reported by Bui Tung
Translated by NT
|20/06/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Food exporters urged to evolve to tap into large markets||Food exporters urged to evolve to tap into large markets|
There remains untapped potential for Vietnam's exports of agricultural and food products to major markets in Asia, Europe and America, but it is important for Vietnamese enterprises to improve the quality of their products, sharpen their competitiveness, and better grasp current international consumption trends, experts have said.
Passion fruit is processed for export at a factory in the Central Highland province of Dak Nong. (Photo: VNA)
Vu Anh Son, a Vietnamese Trade Counselor in France, told vnbusiness that he failed to find any Vietnamese-branded cashew products in supermarket chains and hypermarkets in France, even though Vietnam's cashew now accounts for 50 percent of the French market.
This unsatisfactory performance is attributable to the limited competitive capabilities of domestic enterprises and their focus on exporting or wholesaling agricultural and food products instead of developing brands to increase the added value of their food products.
According to Son, increasing the added value of agricultural and food items will help strengthen the competitiveness of Vietnamese firms striving to export. They should also pay attention to current food consumption trends in imported markets, Son suggested.
Despite good agricultural and food products the firms can offer for export, they still have insufficient research and understanding about approaching export markets and current food consumption trends in large markets such as Asia and Europe, Son added.
For example, currently, European customers have a great demand for nutritious and healthy snacks with a stable and sustainable supply. That will open up opportunities for Vietnamese companies if they can grasp this consumption trend and then diversify their products to meet that demand, Son said.
In addition, improving product quality remains a must, experts said.
Nguyen Truong Thinh from Luong Quoi Coconut Co in Ben Tre province agreed. He said product quality is among the top concerns of international customers.
As consumer demand increases, they require the higher quality of products. Thus, local firms, especially those in the agricultural and food processing sectors, need to apply advanced technologies in their production to ensure the best quality of their products to meet the needs of international customers, he told vnbusiness.
During the first five months of 2022, the country's export value of main agricultural products surpassed 9.4 billion USD, up 10.4 percent, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
Among products and product groups posting a turnover of over $1 billion were coffee, rice, cashew nuts, fruits and vegetables.
MARD said that it has stepped up bilateral and multilateral cooperation activities. Its units have focused on negotiating and promoting the export of passion fruit and grapefruit to Australia; rambutan, star apple, custard apple, cassava slices, sugar and milk to Thailand; lemon and grapefruit to New Zealand, and bird's nest, feather products and fish meal to China.
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan said that his ministry would review and adjust policies to encourage and support businesses to invest in agriculture and develop products in accordance with international standards and practices to serve the export of agricultural products better.
Hoan stressed the need to strictly comply with regulations related to labelling, traceability, geographical indications, quarantine, packaging, quality and types of agricultural products, and business codes.
The ministry will maintain negotiations to remove barriers and increase the export of additional agricultural products to major and potential markets, such as durian, birds' nest, passion fruit, avocado, grapefruit and coconut to China; longan, grapefruit, and passion fruit to Japan; and shrimp, grapefruit, litchi, rambutan, processed poultry and cattle meat to the Republic of Korea.
It is important to invest more in improving the processing and preservation to increase the added value of products.
The ministry will maintain effective implementation of free trade agreements signed with other countries and regions over the world, as well as the coordinate with Vietnamese embassies and trade and agriculture offices to collect and provide information about foreign markets and tastes for local businesses, and help them boost trade promotion, Hoan said./.
|15/06/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|PM requests close watch on oil, gas information||PM requests close watch on oil, gas information|
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has asked Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien to keep a close watch on the information about oil and gas prices and Malaysia’s ability to supply the fuel to Vietnam.
Illustrative image (Source: VNA)
The Government Office on June 11 sent Document No. 3649/VPCP-KTTH to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, conveying the PM's instructions.
According to the document, the ministry made a report clarifying the above-said information on June 3.
PM Chinh asked its minister to closely coordinate with relevant agencies to consider and handle issues in line with regulations./.
|14/06/2022 7:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Ministry expects new policies for farm economic development||Ministry expects new policies for farm economic development|
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has said it is submitting a proposal to the Prime Minister for a decree on policies to encourage farm economic development.
Delco Farm in Bac Ninh province (Photo: VNA)
According to the ministry, the formulation of the decree aims to create a complete and unified legal framework on mechanisms and policies encouraging the development of the farm economy. This would contribute to improving management efficiency and uniformity in farm economic management, and remove difficulties in the operation of farms to create favourable conditions for their development in accordance with legal provisions, including those related to land, construction, access to credit sources, science and technology application and non-agricultural activities.
It is expected to create conditions for owners to develop their farms and invest in expanding the development of large-scale production, thus contributing to promoting the transformation of agricultural and rural economic structure and improving the living standards of farmers.
Delco Farm in Bac Ninh province (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam currently has 19,667 farms that meet criteria set by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, including 4,325 cultivation farms, 12,013 husbandry, 129 forestry, and 1,267 aquaculture facilities.
The farms provide a large amount of agricultural product value to the market and contribute greatly to the national economy.
The farm economy has promoted the exploitation of bare land, hills and degraded land for agricultural, forestry and aquatic production, contributing to improving land use efficiency, especially in the midlands, mountainous and coastal areas, and bettering the ecological environment.
However, at present, farms in Vietnam are developing spontaneously with small production scale and low economic efficiency./.
|13/06/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Vietnam invests over 815 million USD in hydropower, mining in Lao province||Vietnam invests over 815 million USD in hydropower, mining in Lao province|
Vietnam has invested over 815 million USD in hydropower and mining projects in Laos’s Attapeu province, the Vientiane Times reported on June 9.
Illustrative image (Photo: ThaiPBS)
Director of the provincial Energy and Mines Department Vithaya Phommachanh said that 691 million USD was invested in several power projects, including Xekaman 1, Xekaman Sanxay, Xekong Loum A and Xekong Loum B hydropower plants, which are expected to be completed in 2025.
The power projects also include a thermal, a solar and a biomass power plants, along with some transmission lines.
The remaining 30.8 million USD was invested in a transformer station.
Meanwhile, 93.3 million USD was poured in the mining sector.
The Vientiane Times also reported that Vietnam is currently running 417 projects worth 4.3 billion USD in Laos, ranking third among 54 nations and territories pouring capital into the country.
Last year, the Lao Government allowed Vietnamese businesses to invest in three projects, including two in the mining sector and one in the banking sector.
Two-way trade hit 1.37 billion USD in 2021, up 33.32 percent year-on-year./.
|10/06/2022 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An awards investment certificate secondary investor in Thuan Dao Industrial Park||Long An awards investment certificate secondary investor in Thuan Dao Industrial Park|
On December 10, Long An Economic Zone Management Board cooperated with Dong Tam Industrial Park Joint Stock Company to organize "The ceremony of awarding investment certificates to secondary investors in Thuan Dao Industrial Park". Leaders of Economic Zone Management Board of Long An province; leaders of the Department of Planning and Investment; representative of the investor of the expanded Thuan Dao Industrial Park attended the ceremony.
The scene of the certificate awarding ceremony
In 2021, Dong Tam has successfully attracted 08 secondary investors to invest in the expanded Thuan Dao Industrial Park, including 04 FDI projects. At the ceremony, the Management Board of Long An Economic Zone and Dong Tam Industrial Park Joint Stock Company held to award investment registration certificates to 04 secondary investors who had registered to invest in Thuan Dao Industrial Park in the past year. The year includes: Hoa Phat Long An Steel Products Joint Stock Company - implementing the project: Manufacturing and trading steel products factory; ASIASTEEL Joint Stock Company - implementing the project: Steel Manufacturing Factory; KODA SAIGON Co., Ltd. - implementing the project: Investment factory Manufacturing wooden household appliances; RYTHERN Vietnam International Co., Ltd - implementing the project: Factory manufacturing and processing wooden household appliances.
Investors receive certificates at the ceremony
Thuan Dao Industrial Park As one of the first real estate projects when Dong Tam Group entered the industrial real estate market, after nearly 18 years of establishment and development, Thuan Dao Industrial Park has quickly become a one of the effective industrial park models in Long An province. Thuan Dao Industrial Park has so far attracted 50 secondary investment projects with 100 percent occupancy rate, of which more than 90 percent are FDI capital, typically the multinational economic groups Cargill, Lacuna - United States. United States, Nutreco - Netherlands, ChingLuh - United Kingdom, Benkan - Japan, Oschlers, Quickpack - Federal Republic of Germany, Eland - Korea, Huafu, Tungtex, Hoca, OKIA - Hong Kong,... Up to now the companies Company, factory located in Thuan Dao Industrial Park is currently creating jobs for nearly 40,000 local workers, accounting for nearly 50 percent of the total number of employees working in 35 industrial zones in Long An province.
Reported by TL
Translated by NT
|11/12/2021 10:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: Industrial production index in November 2021 is estimated to increase by 16.58 percent||Long An: Industrial production index in November 2021 is estimated to increase by 16.58 percent|
According to the report of Long An Department of Industry and Trade, the industrial production index in November 2021 is estimated to increase 16.58 percent compared to the previous month; increased 4.82 percent over the same period last year. Accumulated 11 months of 2021 decreased by 3.24 percent compared to the same period last year.
In which, the processing and manufacturing industry decreased by 3.43 percent; electricity production and distribution by 0.31 percent; water supply, management and treatment of waste and wastewater increased by 4.89 percent.
The number of industrial product groups in the 10 months of 2021 is 73 groups, of which 27 out of 73 groups have an increase over the same period and 46 out of 73 groups decrease over the same period.
Specifically, a number of industrial products increased: Animal feed increased by 6.84 percent; Aquatic feed increased by 9.59 percent; Bottled beer production increased by 17.30 percent; Production of natural fibers increased by 12.29 percent; Production of woven fabrics from synthetic fibers increased by 50.96 percent; Production of semi-finished iron and non-alloy steel increased by 12.57 percent; Producing iron and steel in angle, mold and shape increased by 8.30 percent...
Some industrial products decreased: Milled rice production decreased by 9.97 percent; Tobacco production decreased by 22.84 percent; Production of yarn from artificial cotton decreased by 36.24 percent; Production of artificial woven fabrics decreased by 21.52 percent; Production of adult shirts decreased by 64.12 percent; Production of handbags decreased by 23.26 percent; Backpack production decreased by 51.97 percent; Other printed products reduced by 52.40 percent; Production of lubricating oil and grease decreased by 20.25 percent; Production of flat-rolled non-alloy steel products decreased by 50.91 percent; Other semiconductor equipment production decreased by 35.57 percent.../.
Reported by TH
Translated by NT
|03/12/2021 5:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Building production linking chain, increasing people's income||Building production linking chain, increasing people's income|
Focusing on product quality, focusing on building a stable raw material area, linking and cooperating in production is an inevitable direction for sustainable agricultural development, thereby, it contributes to increasing income for people.
Mr. Pham Dinh Nguyen applies high technology to raising cows to bring high economic efficiency
Applying high technology to production
According to Deputy Director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) - Dinh Thi Phuong Khanh, in order to promote agricultural development in the direction of chain-linked production, the province's agriculture sector has deployed and implemented many programs, schemes and projects such as the Project on developing hi-tech application agriculture associated with restructuring the Agriculture sector, policies to encourage the development of cooperation and association in producing and consuming agricultural products, supporting cooperatives, cooperative groups to build projects to develop production links along the value chain, associated with consuming agricultural products, etc.
In addition, the Department of ARD is also interested in calling and creating conditions for enterprises to link production and consumption of agricultural products in the area. Thereby, it contributes to ensuring the output of products, farmers feel secure in production. In response to the province's efforts, many farmers changed their production methods. As of August 31, 2021, the province has 202 agricultural cooperatives (an increase of 2 cooperatives compared to December 31, 2020), of which 177 are operating. Total charter capital is over 159.2 billion VND with 4,540 members.
Mr. Pham Dinh Nguyen (My Thanh Bac commune, Duc Hue district) said that his family has just sold 8 fattened cows and earned over 400 million VND. Due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic, the market price fluctuated a lot. The selling price of cows decreased by 2,000 VND per kilo compared to the normal time, but people still made a good profit. Currently, Mr. Nguyen's cow farm has 19 cows left. In 2015, he started raising cows according to the traditional method. By 2017, he participated in the hi-tech pilot model of feeding cows in My Thanh Bac commune. Accordingly, he invested in building a barn, buying machinery, changing breeds, diversifying feed for cows, etc. If it took 7-8 months to raise fattening cows to sell before, now it only takes Mr. Nguyen about 3-4 months.
About 60 kilometers from Mr. Nguyen's cow farm, is 0.5 hectare of land for growing vegetables of Mrs. Le Thi Hong (hamlet 5, My Thanh commune, Thu Thua district). Realizing the benefits of applying scientific and technical advances to production, Ms. Hong joined My Thanh Agricultural Cooperative, Thu Thua District and was instructed in the sowing schedule of vegetables, production methods and implementation in accordance with VietGAP standards. "The cooperative is committed to buy the output for vegetables, so farmers can feel safe. In the past time, the cooperative always offers a committed price when consuming, but it depends on the time, the purchase level will increase or decrease. In the past few months, due to the impact of the epidemic, consumption has been lower than before", said Ms. Hong.
Farmers apply science and technology into irrigation for vegetables (Photo: Bui Tung)
Growing dragon fruit trees for 15 years, Mr. Nguyen Van Hoi is an experienced member of Duong Xuan Dragon Fruit Cooperative (Duong Xuan Hoi commune, Chau Thanh district). He planted nearly 2 hectares of red flesh dragon fruit. Comparing the production process with the past, Mr. Hoi commented: "Today, farmers receive advanced technology to help improve product value and save costs for irrigation, fertilizer, labor, etc. Linking and cooperation in production is an inevitable direction for sustainable development.
Linking production with consumption
Established in 2018 with 16 members, Tay Hoa Cooperative (Binh Hoa Bac commune, Duc Hue district) currently has 32 members. In 2019, Tay Hoa Cooperative obtained VietGAP certification in beef cattle farming. Also in 2019, the cooperative was supported to build infrastructure with a total cost of nearly 589 million VND from the capital of the National Target Program on New-style Rural Construction. Chairman of the Board of Directors of Tay Hoa Cooperative - Nguyen Van Ninh shared: "Currently, the number of cows in the cooperative fluctuates around 200 heads. The application of high technology into livestock production helps farmers reduce labor, shorten the time to sell cows, and effectively link the consumption of cows without being forced low price.
According to Director of Dragon Fruit Cooperative Duong Xuan - Phan Thanh Son, the cooperative is operating with two services such as supplying agricultural materials and linking dragon fruit consumption. Currently, the cooperative has 115 members, an increase of 58 members compared to the beginning of the term. The total area of dragon fruit recognized by VietGAP is 66.3 hectares; the total area of dragon fruit registered for high-tech program is 380.55 hectares with 584 participating households (increasing by 39 households with 25.8 hectares compared to 2020).
"The cooperative strives by the end of 2021 to make a profile to replicate the VietGAP model by 22.6 hectares; mobilizes more farmers to join cooperatives. At the same time, the cooperative links the chain with Nafoods Group to consume products for its members and farmers; cooperates with many companies to supply fertilizers and plant protection drugs for people to use with quality original prices"- Mr. Son added.
Workers participate in packing dragon fruit before consumption. (Illustrative photo: Huynh Phong)
According to Deputy Director of the Department of ARD - Dinh Thi Phuong Khanh, besides creating stable incomes for people, building a good value chain will contribute to the development of agricultural production in the direction of commodity production, improving agricultural value and developing sustainable competitive advantages in products and categories; At the same time, it creates a clean and organic production environment, limiting pesticides, reducing waste in production, reducing emissions, etc.
"However, building a chain of production links faces many difficulties. In the coming time, in order to link production and product consumption effectively, many solutions need to be implemented synchronously. Accordingly, they focus on supporting and creating favorable conditions for administrative procedures when participating in joint investment; strengthen trade promotion activities; organize a conference to connect supply - demand and introduce safe agricultural products and safe food; building infrastructure in service of production; focus on building a centralized production model in combination with product consumption; encouraging farmers to develop hi-quality rice, vegetable and shrimp production areas, bio-secure, commodity-oriented livestock production, creating brands, especially OCOP products" - Ms. Khanh emphasized./.
|02/10/2021 12:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Former Permanent Deputy PM - Truong Hoa Binh handed over houses and scholarships to students||Former Permanent Deputy PM - Truong Hoa Binh handed over houses and scholarships to students|
On June 21, former Permanent Deputy Prime Minister - Truong Hoa Binh handed over houses and scholarships to poor studious students in Can Giuoc district. Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee - Nguyen Thanh Hai, members of the National Assembly of Long An province, leadership representatives of departments, branches of the province and localities attended this event.
Former Permanent Deputy Prime Minister - Truong Hoa Binh presented 2 houses to students in Can Giuoc district
Can Giuoc district regularly mobilizes donors inside and outside the district to join hands to support poor and disadvantaged students.
The National Assembly delegation of Long An province awarded scholarships to poor studious students
At the ceremony, former Permanent Deputy Prime Minister - Truong Hoa Binh awarded 100 scholarships (1 million VND per each) and 2 houses for poor studious students in Can Giuoc district.
The family of Mr. Truong Hoa Binh also donated VND 250 million to the Study Promotion Fund of Can Giuoc district
On this occasion, the delegation of the National Assembly of Long An province, term XV, donated VND 50 million to Nguyen Thi Mot Scholarship Fund. The family of Mr. Truong Hoa Binh also donated VND 250 million to the Study Promotion Fund of Can Giuoc district.
At the same time, Mr. Truong Hoa Binh's family and sponsors donated VND 850 million to Nguyen Thi Mot Scholarship Fund.
Mr. Truong Hoa Binh's family and sponsors donated VND 850 million to Nguyen Thi Mot Scholarship Fund
In addition, Chairman of the Vietnam Aerospace Association - Pham Ngoc Lang also donated 50 million VND to Nguyen Thi Mot Scholarship Fund./.
|24/06/2022 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Leaders of Long An province greet the representative of Ibaraki province, Japan||Leaders of Long An province greet the representative of Ibaraki province, Japan|
On the morning of June 22, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vice Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Pham Tan Hoa and leaders of a number of provincial departments and branches had a meeting and greeted Mr. Ishii Keita - representative of Ibaraki province - Japan in the new term in Vietnam.
Provincial leaders politely greet representatives of Ibaraki prefecture, Japan
At the meeting, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Tan Hoa congratulated Mr. Ishii Keita on his appointment as the representative of Ibaraki province in Vietnam. He believes that during his term, Mr. Ishii Keita will promote cooperation in many fields between Ibaraki province and Vietnamese partners, especially Long An province.
Through this, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Tan Hoa wishes to continue to coordinate with Ibaraki province to monitor and support candidates from Long An province to Ibaraki to work at health care centers this year and continue to continue to deploy the next phases of the Ibaraki Course Program. In particular, expanding the labor cooperation to many other programs such as the high-quality engineer program that the two sides are exchanging in the past year.
During his tenure in Vietnam, Mr. Ishii Keita pledged to connect and promote the investment of enterprises in Ibaraki province to invest in Long An province not only in the field of labor but also in other fields such as tourism. calendar, food;...
Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Tan Hoa presents Mr. Ishii Keita
Although in the past 2 years, both Vietnam and Japan have been heavily affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, but both countries have coordinated and overcome difficulties to organize the selection and training the first batch of the Ibaraki Course Program with 13 candidates. Up to now, the first phase of this Ibaraki Course Program has almost been completed, the candidates are waiting for the completion date of the application to come to Ibaraki to work.
Reported by Ha Lan
Translated by NT
|23/06/2022 10:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Cooperatives receive support to adopt e-commerce||Cooperatives receive support to adopt e-commerce|
E-commerce is widely considered an effective and sustainable solution to help cooperatives improve their competitiveness, and boost production and exports, but the number of cooperatives that have gone online remains modest, prompting the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance (VCA) to support them in this regard.
Tea products of Yen Bai province's Suoi Giang Cooperatives are on sale on Alibaba e-commerce platform . (Photo: VNA)
According to Nguyen Ngoc Bao, VCA president, the application of e-commerce plays an important role in the success of cooperatives, creating competitiveness in the market economy.
He cited the fact that Suoi Giang Cooperative in Yen Bai province signed a contract worth up to 2 billion VND (nearly 86,500 USD) to export tea to Japan through Alibaba as an example.
There are about 26,900 online stores in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The number of Facebook users is estimated at 22.5 million in rural areas and 23.5 million in urban areas. This provides an opportunity for cooperatives and cooperative groups across the country to build online stores.
Bui Van Mien, Director of Son Thuy Agricultural Service Cooperative in Hoa Binh province's Xuan Thuy Commune, said that following the success of last year's longan crop, it will continue to promote sales on e-commerce platforms to develop the product's value chain and reduce costs.
Luong Dinh Hung, Secretary of Nhu Co Commune's Youth Union and founder of the Nhu Co Youth Agricultural Cooperative in Bac Kan province, said the cooperative is focusing on exploiting the demand for shopping online to strengthen connections with customers and promote its products.
Sales on e-commerce platforms has helped the cooperative collect customers' information, and cuts costs for renting warehouses or shops, he said.
However, a lack of IT knowhow is hindering cooperatives from putting their products online.
Do Nhan Dao, Chairman of the Yen Bai province Union of Cooperatives Alliance, said the ratio of IT proficient cooperatives that are capable of putting products on e-commerce platforms is low.
In addition, the number of young staff with good IT skills accounts for a very small percentage, he said, adding that some cooperatives do not have computers or devices connected to the internet.
Pham Xuan Thuy, director of Tan Hoang Tra Cooperatives in Thai Nguyen province, shared Dao's view, saying despite the fact that his cooperative has a raw material area that meets VietGAP (Vietnamese Good Agricultural Practices) standards as well as invests in processing and design, products are still sold via the traditional method because most of its members lack IT skills.
Coffee products of Bich Thao Cooperative in Son La province meet One Commune One Products five-star standards. (Photo: VNA)
In order to make effective use of e-commerce, experts said cooperatives should clearly define their markets, customers and quality standards that can be satisfied, then take steps towards online trade promotions.
The sale of products online is necessary, but it is essential for them to promote multi-channel sales, especially on cross-border e-commerce platforms instead of selling on one fanpage or personal Facebook page.
Bao said the VCA will develop a training programme on trade promotion and e-commerce to support cooperatives, adding there will be a combination between face-to-face and online training./.
|27/06/2022 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|