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Agri & Food

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong held a working session with visiting Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Netherlands Marjolijn Sonnema on March 22 to discuss agriculture...More...
Two great events opened in Ho Chi Minh city: HortEx Vietnam 2018 - the first specialized exhibition and conference for Horticultural and Floricultural Production and Processing Technology in Vietnam and...More...
In November 2017, the Prime Minister ratified a plan to restructure the agriculture sector for 2017-2020. The plan aims for a GDP growth of three percent by 2020 for the...More...
Hanoi has gradually established high-tech agricultural production areas by strengthening scientific and technological applications in agriculture.   At a conference on strengthening the application of science and technology in developing...More...
The export revenue of agricultural, forestry and fishery products was estimated to reach nearly US$3 billion in November, raising the total export revenue to over US$33.1 billion in the first...More...
A Seminar themed “Supporting innovative and sustainable agriculture in Viet Nam” will take place in Ha Noi on November 23. The seminar, jointly held by the Embassy of Belgium and...More...
From November 15th – 18th 2017, PAN Group together with more than 450 Vietnamese and foreign companies exhibited in 600 booths of Vietnam Foodexpo 2017 – an outstanding trade promotion...More...
Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has called on member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum to cooperate and support each other in building and developing sustainable...More...
Vietnam is on the verge of joining several other Southeast Asian countries on the list of seafood-exporting markets booked with a ‘yellow card’ by the EU, a warning against illegal...More...
A new report by the national statistics office CBS sheds light on the lives of Dutch millionaires, who now account for 1.4% of the population but control 44% of the...More...