• Vietnam, Cambodia agree to boost trade ties  (30/10/2016)

    Vietnam and Cambodia will grant preferential treatment to each other in the field of trade, thus enabling their businesses to easily access the respective markets.

  • An Giang People’s Committee receiving the mission of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)  (11/09/2016)

    In the morning of September 08, 2016, Vice Chairman of An Giang People’s Committee Le Van Nung hosted a meeting with Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) led by Ms. Fukagawa Atsuko, Deputy Managing Director, on the investment environment in An Giang province.

  • EU companies plan for higher investment in Vietnam  (24/08/2016)

    The Q2 Business Climate Index (BCI) survey announced by the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) shows better confidence of EU companies in the Vietnamese investment environment and reveals a higher flow of EU investment into Vietnam.

  • US businesses to increase investment in Vietnam  (23/08/2016)

    US businesses had invested strongly in Vietnam, believing that the country would achieve strong growth as a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) member, said Arun M. Kumar, Assistant Secretary for Global Markets and Director General of the US and Foreign Commercial Service in the US Department of Commerce.

  • Vietnam, Indonesia promote trade, investment  (23/08/2016)

    A workshop highlighting economic and trade co-operation potential between Vietnam and Indonesia, one of the top priorities of their strategic partnership, was held in Hanoi on August 19.

  • Information about agriculture of An Giang Province  (12/08/2016)

    PART I: INTRODUCTION ON AGRICULTURE SECTOR OF AN GIANG PROVINCE I. Position of agriculture sector - Being a province located in the Mekong River Delta with substantial source of fresh water which is favorable for agricultural development, rice output of An Giang is over 4 million tons, ranking first in the country. The total agricultural production area of the Province is over 250 thousand ha, accounting for 70% of the province’s natural area. - The agriculture sector makes up 31% in the Province’s economic structure. Of which, the husbandry sub-sector accounts for 81.3%, the cultivation represents 6.4% and the agricultural service sector occupies 12.3%.