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Vietnam's Tiền Giang province aims for $5 billion export goal

In an ambitious push towards a $5 billion export target, Vietnam's Tiền Giang Province is intensifying its trade promotion efforts. Lưu Văn Phi, the director of Tiền Giang's Department of Industry and Trade, highlighted a strategic focus on exploring new and underutilized markets less impacted by inflation and offering high growth prospects. The province plans to leverage digital platforms for issuing preferential certificates of origin, optimizing the benefits of free trade agreements.

Efforts will include widespread dissemination of information on domestic and international seminars, forums, and exhibitions, alongside insights into new market regulations and trade agreements. The objective is to equip local businesses for global economic integration, enhancing their operational capabilities and brand recognition.

Coordination with relevant bodies has been stepped up to facilitate the export of key agricultural products by streamlining the issuance of production codes for fruit packaging and cultivation zones. The province wants all specialty fruit growing areas to get production codes for export by 2025, thereby facilitating official exports of its famous green-skinned grapefruit, Chợ Gạo dragon fruit, Ngũ Hiệp durian, Vĩnh Kim star apple, and Hoà Lộc mango.

This initiative aims to boost the official export of Tiền Giang's signature fruits to China and other markets by 2025. The province reported a notable increase in exports to $4.6 billion last year, overcoming global economic challenges through proactive support for local enterprises and innovation-driven competitiveness enhancements.


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