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Vietnamese Minister of Industry and Trad Nguyễn Hồng Diên and Israeli Minister of Economy and Industry Nir Barkat sign the VIFTA. VNA/VNS Photo Văn Ứng

Israel, Vietnam sign Free-Trade Agreement

(SGI) -  Israel and Vietnam signed a free trade agreement in Jerusalem on Tuesday, Minister of Economy and Industry Nir Barkat announced. It is Israel's first free trade agreement with a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The agreement was signed by Barkat and his Vietnamese counterpart, Nguyen Hong Dien in the presence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang.
Indo-Pacific Framework to benefit Vietnam

Indo-Pacific Framework to benefit Vietnam

(SGI) -  At the end of May 2022, the United States launched the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF) with Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Fiji, Indonesia, India, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Electricity shortage despite price increase

Electricity shortage despite price increase

(SGI) - The price of electricity has been increased again but power shortage and sudden power cuts still prevail, making it difficult for businesses that are already facing insurmountable difficulties.
Some industries hope to revive in second quarter

Some industries hope to revive in second quarter

(SGI) - Many export manufacturers had faced serious cancellations and shortage of orders by the end of 2022, and many enterprises in the textile, footwear, and wood industries operated in moderation with employees working on alternate days.
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False claim of losses by FDI companies

(SGI) - Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) companies have remained strong throughout the pandemic, and have even continued to expand their businesses. However, more than half of these companies have reported huge losses, which is causing much strain for government officials. 
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China and USA main markets of Vietnamese goods

(SGI) - China and USA are currently the two largest export markets for Vietnamese goods. However, some analysis points to worrying factors in these two markets, and questions remain whether these two vital export markets will continue to maintain their present position for Vietnamese export goods or not.
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HCM City in need of 44,800-55,600 workers after Tet

As Ho Chi Minh City applies flexible measures to adapt to the new normal and curb the spread of COVID-19, firms are rolling out recruitment plans after Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday with about 44,800-55,600 vacant positions to be filled.

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Companies burdened with high raw material costs

(SGI) - Although all manufacturing companies were earlier excited about reopening to normalcy once again, not all now feel the same as they are facing huge hikes in raw material prices, among other difficulties.
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Nike committed to investing, expanding production in Vietnam08 Nov '21

Nike is committed to investing and expanding production in Vietnam, its chief sustainability officer Noel Kinder told Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at a recent meeting on the sidelines of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow. Kinder told Chinh more than 100 Nike factories in the country have resumed production following a COVID-induced hiatus.

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Vietnamese exports will miss year-end target

(SGI) - The prolonged phase of strict social distancing during the fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic left several key export businesses, such as textiles, footwear, and seafood, to face serious difficulties.