Anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese fish too high
(May 05, 2016)
Over the last few years, firms exporting Vietnamese basa and tra fish
fillets to the US have faced severe problems due to a sudden increase in
anti-dumping duties. Dharmendra N. Choudhary, a Washington DC-based international trade
attorney with the law firm GDLSK LLP, speaks about the reasons behind
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will bring
both opportunities and challenges to the finance sector in Viet Nam.
Viet Nam News asks Alan Pham, chief economist of VinaCapital Corporate
Finance Viet Nam Ltd., about them.
The establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) this year is expected to bring opportunities and challenges for Viet Nam.Vu Nhu Thang, head of the Ministry of Finance's External Relations Department, spoke the Vietnam News Agency, about the issues.
Vietnamese companies are preparing for the country's deepening
integration with the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
and signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Vietnam Television asked the economic expert Vu Dinh Anh whether the
figure affects the target GDP growth rate of 6.7 per cent as set for
this year by the government.
Viet Nam News speaks with Marco Civardi, area managing director
for Damco in Viet Nam and Cambodia, about the company's preparations to
help customers make the most of the forthcoming economic opportunities.
Viet Nam News Agency reporter Thach Hue
talks to Viet Nam Association of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
Chairman Cao Sy Kiem about policies to help SMEs access loans.
The prices of some public and strategic services are expected to
increase this year, including healthcare and education services.
Economic experts said enterprises in Viet Nam will face fierce
competition under the ASEAN Economic Community, so they should establish
relationships with large firms in the region and globally in order to
better develop their businesses.
On February 19 Viet Nam Maritime Joint Stock Bank (MaritimeBank) sold
64.2 million shares of Military Bank (MB), accounting for 4 per cent of
the military-owned lender's registered capital.
Viet Nam had an economic recovery in 2015 with a
gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate of almost seven per cent,
despite negative impacts from the world economy, to become one of the
fastest growing economies in Asia. Economic expert Vu Dinh Anh told a Vietnam News Agency's reporter about those issues.