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Russian poultry widens access to Vietnam market

  • 26 Mar 11:17

Russian poultry widens access to Vietnam market The Vietnamese side has certified 4 more Russian producers of poultry meat for export. Thus, already 16 Russian enterprises got access to the Vietnamese poultry market.The Rosselkhoznadzor will continue to expand the list of Russian enterprises for the export of. Read more...

Rosselkhoznadzor expanded opportunities for Russian poultry exporters to Vietnam

  • 26 Mar 11:16

Rosselkhoznadzor expanded opportunities for Russian poultry exporters to Vietnam The Rosselkhoznadzor and the Veterinary Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Development of Vietnam (DAH) have agreed on a veterinary certificate for poultry meat and offal exported from the Russian Federation to Vietnam. By a letter dated March 12, 2020, the Department of Veterinary Medicine of the Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Development of Vietnam officially announced its consent to amend the previously agreed certificate for chicken meat and offal, extending its effect to products from all types of poultry. Each batch of products shipped to Vietnam must be accompanied by the specified certificate. Deliveries can be made from. Read more...

TPP failure: Can Vietnam become Russia’s window to Asia?

  • 1 Feb 11:10

TPP failure: Can Vietnam become Russia’s window to Asia? Being the only Asian country to have signed a free trade agreement with the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), Vietnam has the potential to become Russia's window to Asian markets, but experts urge Moscow to first focus on the quality of its manufactured products, and after-sales service. Russian truck producer Kamaz is ready to use the EAEU-Vietnam FTA to enter Asian markets. Source: kamazmaster.ru When U.S. President Donald Trump recently fulfilled his pre-election campaign promise bysigningan order to withdraw the country from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), some Russian experts saw it as achance for Russiato speed up its economic integration. Read more...