Pacific ministers commit to move ahead with pact without US

May 21, 2017

The Pacific Rim trade ministers meeting in Vietnam have committed to move ahead with the Trans Pacific Partnership trade pact after the United States pulled out

Pacific Rim ministers meet in Hanoi, seek to revive TPP

May 20, 2017

The Pacific Rim trade ministers have started their two-day meeting in Hanoi focusing on free trade and regional economic integration amid fears of growing trade protectionism.

Vietnam maintains ban on deep-water fishing in polluted area

May 18, 2017

Vietnam is maintaining a ban on deep-water fishing in four central provinces one year after a Taiwanese-owned steel plant discharged toxins into the sea and caused the country's worst environmental disaster

Vietnam arrests activist who led protest against polluter

May 16, 2017

Police in central Vietnam have arrested an activist for abusing democratic rights and opposing officers on duty in the latest crackdown on dissent

Vietnam puts pork on menus as farmers face glut, low prices

May 10, 2017

Vietnam puts pork on menus, promises other help for farmers slammed by plunging prices

Vietnam fires southern city party chief for mismanagement

May 10, 2017

Vietnam's ruling communists have fired the party boss in the southern commercial hub of Ho Chi Minh City after finding he made "serious mistakes and violations" while heading oil and gas monopoly PetroVietnam

Cambodian raids net 70 tons of fake cosmetics, ingredients

May 8, 2017

Cambodian authorities say they have confiscated nearly 70 tons of counterfeit cosmetics and the raw materials for making them, a major haul that included imitations of South Korean, Thai, Japanese, Chinese and U.S. brands

Cambodia bans export of breast milk by US company

Mar 28, 2017

Cambodia has permanently banned the export of human breast milk by a company headed by a former Mormon missionary that pioneered the business two years ago

Singapore prime minister in Vietnam to up trade, investment

Mar 23, 2017

Vietnam and Singapore have signed several business agreements as the island state seeks to boost investment and trade with the communist country during a visit by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

Vietnam remittances fall, may take hit from US border policy

Mar 9, 2017

Economists say overseas remittances to Vietnam have fallen in the past year and could take a larger hit in the future from tighter U.S. immigration policies

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