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Apparel exports reach US$12.6 billion in 6 months

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The information was heard at a press conference on reviewing the sector’s performance in the first six month of this year, held by the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS) in Hanoi on July 21.

According to the association, growth of the sector in the reviewed period was largely attributed to foreign direct investment (FDI) firms. It warned and that the situation could worsen from August this year, and many small and medium sized firms may have to shut down due to slow consumption in foreign markets.

VITAS warned the sector might earn only US$29 billion from exports this year, down US$2 billion from the set target, if the situation does not get any better.

Deputy Chairman of VITAS Truong Van Cam said, Vietnamese garment and textile enterprises are facing difficulties due to the pressure of competing for a lower number of orders, and also buying power in foreign markets.

He acknowledged that one of the reasons that caused difficulty for enterprises is the Vietnamese Dong (VND) stability policy against the USD, reducing competitiveness of goods from Vietnam to other countries such as India, Bangladesh, ASEAN countries and China.

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Janet Reno, first U.S. woman attorney general, dies aged 78: reports

(Reuters) - Janet Reno, the first woman U.S. attorney general who served eight tumultuous years with President Bill Clinton, has died aged 78, according to media reports.ABC News, citing Reno's goddaughter, said she died from complications of Parkinson's disease early on Monday.Reno served as the top U.S. law enforcement official under Clinton from 1993 to 2001, becoming the longest-tenured attorney general of the 20th century.The blunt-spoken Reno authorized the deadly 1993 raid on the Branch… chat_bubble_outline Read More...

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Vietnam’s specialties famous only in Vietnam

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