Vietnam’s Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical (NSRP) is offering a gasoil cargo for export for the first time, a source with the refinery said on Thursday.
Local and foreign companies in Vietnam purchased tonnes of watermelons to help farmers when agricultural exports are facing difficulties due to the acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
U.S. manufacturing firms operating in Vietnam are suffering supply chain issues caused by the coronavirus epidemic, according to a survey of American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam.
Vietnam is seeking to boost its farm produce exports to India to alleviate the impact of the coronavirus on the Southeast Asian country’s trade with China, its largest trading partner.
- U.S. firms in Vietnam hit by coronavirus supply chain issues: AmCham survey 1
- Vietnam looks to Indian market to ease virus hit to farm exports 2
- Vietnam bars two cruise ships as coronavirus infections turn 16 3
- Vietnam confirms second human-to-human coronavirus transmission 4
- Vietnam locks down Son Loi commune for 20 days to prevent coronavirus 5
- Vietnam's Nghi Son oil refinery offers first gasoil cargo for export: Reuters 6
Vietnam has denied two cruise ships permission to dock due to fears of coronavirus infections on board, Vietnamese state media and a cruise operator reported on Friday.
Vietnam has reported second case of human-to-human transmission of the new coronavirus inside the country, Ministry of Health said in a statement on weekend.
Officials in Son Loi, near the Vietnamese capital, said on Wednesday that they had sealed off the entire district for 20 days in response to a flare-up of the new coronavirus.
Vietnam has repatriated 30 citizens from Wuhan city in China’s Hubei province, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus.
Vietnam’s National Assembly is scheduled to ratify the Vietnam-EU free trade agreement at its upcoming meeting, Industry and Trade Minister Tran Tuan Anh told a press briefing on on Wednesday.
Vietnam’s air carriers are expected to suffer an initial damage of more than $418 million since the government suspended all flights to and from China to prevent the spreading of coronavirus.
Chinese national Li Ding, 66 years old, one of first two coronavirus patients in Vietnam, has recovered from the illness and was scheduled for leaving hospital, Ministry of Health says.
In just one week, over 36 tons of medical masks were exported through Tan Son Nhat International Border Gate, according to report from the Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department.
A three-month-old girl in Vinh Phuc Province, a grandchild of one of the infected patients, has tested positive for the new coronavirus.
Vietnam has so far this year culled tens of thousands of birds to contain an outbreak of highly pathogenic H5N6 bird flu detected at several farms in its northern provinces.
Number of Vietnam’s nCoV recovered patients has turned six after doctors from the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases discharged three additional patients, Ministry of Health said in a posting on Monday afternoon.
The Ministry of Health confirmed Sunday the 14th novel coronavirus infection case in Viet Nam.