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Dragon fruits to be exported to South Korean market

In Uncategorized on November 6, 2010 at 1:49 am

More than 5.8 million tonnes of rice exported in ten months

In Uncategorized on November 5, 2010 at 12:20 pm

Vietnamese globefish to be exported to South Korea

In Uncategorized on October 13, 2010 at 3:55 am




Vietnamese globefish to be exported to South Korea


QĐND – Friday, October 08, 2010, 19:45 (GMT+7)

The Khanh Hoa Provincial People’s Committee has recently approved a pilot project on catching, processing and exporting globefish during the period of 2010-2011.


According to the report, demand for the Vietnamese globefish is high in South Korea, and that’s why the Government approved Khanh Hoa and Kien Giang’s pilot projects to catch, process and export globefish to South Korea.


The report also said that globefish previously accounted for around 3% of Khanh Hoa province’s annual aquatic catch with 2,000 tons each year.


Between 2007 and 2009, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Khanh Hoa Provincial People’s Committee instructed the Provincial Department of Aquaculture, in association with the Drug Testing Center under the Criminal Science Institute, to carry out a research project on extracting toxin in globefish for drug addiction treatment.


Source: TTO

Translated by Vu Hung

Source: QDND

First made-in-Vietnam containers exported

In Uncategorized on November 21, 2008 at 1:33 pm

The first batch of 250 40’ HC containers produced by the Vinashin-TGC Container Joint Stock Company (VTC) will be shipped to the United Arab Emirates .

To this effect, an memorandum of understanding was signed between representatives of VTC and the United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) on Nov. 20.
The export of the first made-in-Vietnam containers is considered a great landmark in the history of the national mechanical engineering industry.

It opens a new opportunity for the Vietnamese container production industry to enter the international market.-

Country’s exported labour needs better skills

In Uncategorized on October 20, 2008 at 11:26 am

HCM CITY — The Viet Nam Labour Export Association (VLEA) has said Vietnamese labour export companies must find ways to improve the quality of the country’s exported labour to meet the demands of overseas markets paying the highest wages.


For example, workers headed to the US can earn a minimum wage of US$8-10 per hour, depending on the state, while those going to Australia can expect to earn $30,000 per year.


Workers’ qualifications must meet the requirements of professional skill, foreign language ability and a sense of discipline needed in high quality markets, according to Nguyen Luong Trao, VLEA chairman.


The number of such jobs is limited as only the most highly skilled workers are needed in the most demanding job markets.


The number of Vietnamese workers to Slovakia and the Czech Republic is only 300 and 1,300, respectively, because more qualified workers could not be found.


North European countries like the Netherlands or Denmark, considered markets offering high incomes, have a high demand for skilled labour as well as strict visa requirements.


VLEA was revamping its labour training programmes to improve worker quality before sending them abroad to increase export of skilled workers, said Trao.


Meanwhile, the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) is investing in restructuring the vocational training network to improve labour quality and meet the demands of various markets.


MOLISA is also experimenting with training labour export resources in accordance with the order of high quality markets.


According to MOLISA’s Overseas Labour Management Department, Viet Nam sent 65,013 workers abroad to 34 overseas markets in the past nine months, fulfilling 76.5 per cent of the annual target.


Eleven traditional markets, such as South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Macau and some countries in the Middle East, employed 671,701 workers.


The department also wants to increase labour exports to 90,000 by 2009, and 100,000 by 2010.


Malaysia remains an optimal market for Vietnamese workers, so local businesses should seek out partners to help workers find jobs and stable incomes there, said Trao.


The cultivation of potential export labour markets would prove to be fundamental in increasing the proportion of Viet Nam’s high-skilled workers, he said. —