American investors are ramping up their interest in Vietnam in order to mitigate the risks of the ongoing US-China trade dispute, as well as capitalise on one of the fastest-growing economies in the ASEAN bloc. Thanh Van and Bich Ngoc report.
On April 12, the Ministry of Industry and Trade released the third updated draft of the decision of the prime minister on the mechanism for encouraging the development of solar power projects in Vietnam. Frederick Burke, managing partner at Baker McKenzie Vietnam, updates us on the draft policy of the feed-in tariff programme from July for solar power projects in the country.
Jan 30, 2018. Authorities have called for more measures to reduce traffic congestion at HCM City’s Cát Lái Port, District 2 and 9. A representative of the HCM City Cargo Transportation Association added transport firms could save some billion đồng per day if traffic congestion was eliminated. Cát Lái Port handles 89 per cent of total
Jan 13, 2019 Goods volume increase and scrap container stagnancy have posed a threat of cargo congestion at Cat Lai seaport in HCMC ahead of Tet Holiday. HCMC Customs Department reported that the volume of goods through the port has been much higher than normal. Meantime, containers of scrap subject to import ban list are
In accordance with the direction of the President, the USTR has determined to modify the action being taken in this Section 301 investigation by increasing the rate of additional duty from 10 percent to 25 percent, effective May 10, 2019, for the products of China covered by the September 2018 action in this investigation..
WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) – The diplomatic cable from Beijing arrived in Washington late on Friday night, May 3, with systematic edits to a nearly 150-page draft trade agreement that would blow up months of negotiations between the world’s two largest economies, according to three U.S. government sources and three private sector sources briefed on the talks.
Chinese negotiators emboldened by mistaken perception U.S. was willing to compromise. The new hard line taken by China in trade talks—surprising the White House and threatening to derail negotiations—came after Beijing interpreted recent statements and actions by President Trump as a sign the U.S. was ready to make concessions, said people familiar with the thinking
EU OFFICIAL: WTO ‘NO LONGER RELEVANT’ IF REFORMS FAIL: A top priority for the next European Commission will be pushing the United States and China on reforming the World Trade Organization so the body remains relevant, the Commission’s trade director-general said Tuesday.His comments referred particularly to China, which he said must accept stricter multilateral rules
WASHINGTON/BEIJING — Despite being steps away from finalizing an agreement to end the trade war, negotiations between the U.S. and China have come to a screeching halt, largely over Chinese state subsidies to its core industries.
President Donald Trump heightened tensions in the U.S.-China trade war by vowing Sunday on Twitter to impose a 25 percent tariff on essentially all Chinese goods. On Friday, May 10, a 10% tariff on roughly $200 billion worth of Chinese goods will increase to 25%, USTR Lighthizer said. In addition, a 25% tariff on all the
U.S. trade representative says U.S. to raise tariffs to 25% on $200 billion in Chinese goods. Prospects for a speedy conclusion to the U.S.-China trade fight dimmed Monday after U.S. officials accused Beijing of reneging on its promises and vowed to implement President Trump’s threat to raise tariffs quickly on Chinese imports.
NEW YORK — Brooks Sports will move the bulk of its manufacturing operations from China to Vietnam as the trade talks between Washington and Beijing drag on with no certain conclusion, CEO Jim Weber said Friday. The shoes and sports apparel company, known as Brooks Running, is a unit of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. “Tariffs are muddying the water