Export of some key Agricultural products of Vietnam
Keywords:Agricultural Products, Export of Agricultural Products, Covid-19, Main Agricultural Products of Vietnam, Vietnam’s Economic Development, Vietnam
Purpose: The article is made to analyze the current situation of export activities of some key agricultural products of Vietnam, especially in the context of the world economy being heavily affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Economies including Vietnam’s agricultural exports. Stemming from that practical requirement, the author proposes a number of solutions to overcome supply chain disruptions, to cope with the new context that creates momentum for the recovery and growth of Vietnam's agricultural economy by 2025.
Design/methodology/approach: Research using the export approach of key agricultural products in a dynamic state, considering the impact of many factors, in which the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic is emphasized. disruption of supply chains from production to consumption of Vietnamese agricultural products. The study uses the research method to synthesize documents from reliable data and information sources of the economy such as MBS, CEIC, GSO of Vietnam, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam.
Findings: The research results achieved the following contents: theoretical overview of key agricultural exports, agricultural development in a new context. The article analyzes the current status of the role of agriculture and the export of key agricultural products in economic development in Vietnam; Impact of the Covid-19 epidemic on the production of key agricultural products of Vietnam; Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Vietnam's key agricultural exports. The article proposes some solutions to export Vietnam’s key agricultural products in the new context from the perspective of the state to actors in the value chain of Vietnam’s key agricultural exports in the new context until 2025.
Research, Practical & Social implications: Research results are references for scholars interested in the field of agricultural economics, business and commerce; policy makers of agricultural economics in Vietnam. The Vietnamese government seeks and expands new markets in the direction of official channels to avoid price pressure. To do this, businesses need to pay attention to product quality, traceability, and packaging to comply with regulations and standards of key importing countries of Vietnam’s agricultural products by 2025.
Originality/value: On the basis of a theoretical overview of the export of key agricultural products, agricultural development in a new context. The author analyzes the current status of the role of agriculture and the export of key agricultural products in economic development in Vietnam; Impact of the Covid-19 epidemic on the production of key agricultural products of Vietnam; Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Vietnam’s key agricultural exports. On that basis, the author proposes some solutions to export Vietnam’s key agricultural products in the new context from the perspective of the state to actors in the value chain of Vietnam’s key agricultural exports.
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