Vietnam, India step up trade ties

(VOVWORLD) - Vietnam is making efforts to help Vietnamese and Indian export-import firms handle difficulties, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, said Do Quoc Hung, deputy head of the Asia-Pacific Market Department under the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Vietnam, India step up trade ties  - ảnh 1 Photo: Huy Le/VNA

At an online conference on Wednesday on Vietnam-India investment and trade in the new normal, Mr. Hung said helping export-import businesses is Vietnam’s priority this year and Vietnam plans to ease trade barriers to minimize adverse impacts on trade and business activities in all sectors. He urged India not to impose trade protections on Vietnamese steel products, and to consider removing the existing trade restrictions on Vietnam’s peppers and cashew nuts.

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