Vietnam enterprises of agricultural export to China strive to adapt to new market regulations after Covid-19 impacts


Container trucks carrying agricultural products pass through the Kim Thanh International No 2 Border Gate in the northern mountain province of Lao Cai on their way to China. - VIetnam News/ANN

HANOI, Nov 23 (Voetnam News/ANN): China's increasing demand for imports of high-quality agricultural products has contributed to boosting the recovery of domestic production and export after the Covid-19 pandemic impacts.

However, that also challenges Vietnam’s agricultural production and export especially in dealing with China's new market regulations that require Vietnamese businesses to change to adapt with them, experts and experienced businesses have warned.

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