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Vietnamese steel originated in China will endure severe tariff from the U.S.

Corrosion-resistant steel and certain cold-rolled steel flat products delivered from Vietnam but originated in China are subjected to import duties up to 200 percent due to evading the U.S. anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders, according to conclusive decisions just declared by the U.S. Department of Commerce

Fitch upgrades rating for Vietnam citing it as the fastest amongst 'BB' rated peers

Fitch Ratings has upgraded Vietnam’s rating from "BB-" to "BB" proving the nation’s improvement on economic growth, foreign exchange reserves and government debt.

Self-certification mechanism looms to put in place to facilitate local exporters to EU

In January 2019, Vietnamese exporters to the EU will have to self-verify the origin of their products in order to be qualified for Generalized System of Preferences (GSP), tariff preferences for developing countries.

Mekong Innovative Startups in Tourism Accelerator program: Vietnam leads semi-finalists

Out of 19 semi-finalists, seven Vietnamese startups have been chosen to join the Mekong Innovative Startups in Tourism program in 2018, the biggest number in the tally.

Vietnam chosen as the most alluring investment destination in Asean: Grant Thornton's report

The miracle economic growth of Vietnam is driven by exports, foreign direct investment (FDI), and manufacturing growth, according to a recently released report of Grant Thornton Vietnam on Vietnam Private Equity - Growth Prospects.

Vietnam's logistics industry: A small hole could sink the whole ship

Weak synchronization and cost burden, are the biggest barriers for the logistics industry, potentially derailing the sustainable growth of Vietnam's economy.

Conflicted projection of Vietnam economy in 2018

In spite of the general positive medium-term prospect, significant challenges still remain to hover Vietnam's attempts on securing a sustainable growth this year.

Vietnam's economy projected to grow beyond expectation to 7.1 per cent

The economy outlook of Vietnam in 2018 is looking fairly optimistic with an expected growth of 7.1 percent, according to an Outlook just released by Asian Development Bank.

Ronan Walshe, a former lecturer at Oxford University: ‘There is no place being more beautiful than Vietnam’

Having traveled to about 30 countries in the world, worked on three different continents but Ronan Walshe has chosen Vietnam as his last stop.

Companies still confiding about output growth despite a slide of the purchasing managers' index

The Nikkei Vietnam Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index, or PMI, a composite single-figure indicator of manufacturing performance, fell to 51.4 in November from October's 51.6.

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