Tripling Vietnam-Ukraine trade to $1 billion by 2023 and forging a bilateral free trade pact
Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Tripling Vietnam-Ukraine trade to $1 billion by 2023 and forging a bilateral free trade pact

Tripling Vietnam-Ukraine trade to $1 billion by 2023 and forging a bilateral free trade pact were two goals set at a meeting Monday in Kviv between Nguyen Hong Thach, Vietnam’s ambassador to Ukraine, and Taras Kachka, Ukraine’s Deputy Minister for Economic Development and Trade. Both officials agreed to expand air links and to speed up establishment of a Vietnam House in Kyiv and of a Ukraine House in Hanoi, reports Vietnam News Agency. By contrast, China-Ukraine trade is believed to have hit $14 billion this year.

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