So The Acacia tree, also known as mimosa, thorntree, and wattle, is a hardwood tree family native to Australia. Over millennia, Acacia spread to now be found throughout the Old World including Africa, Asia, and the Pacific Rim. European settlers brought the tree to the Americas, where a new species began to emerge. There are now 1,350 species of Acacia worldwide!.
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) offers many opportunities to Vietnamese workers and just as many challenges. The country’s labour force must find ways to improve its quality in order to produce products that adhere to stricter standards in European markets, said policymakers and labour experts at a conference in Hà Nội on Tuesday.
Vietnamese wood processing companies need to rethink their production models and upgrade technology lines to increase their competitive capacity in face of the upcoming challenges.
As its labor cost is equal and even higher than other countries, Vietnam will have to replace the cheap labor advantage for the skilled workforce advantage in the coming time to raise the competitiveness.
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Hardwood grades are based on the size and number of clear pieces that can be obtained from a board when it is cut up to be used to make a product. Grades are not determined by gut reactions to what a person thinks the grade should be, but actual measurements of clear sections and definitions for defects.
Vietnamese wood and furniture firms need to improve their designs, distribution and brands to enable Việt Nam to become a global furniture hub, a conference heard in HCM City yesterday.
Vietnam’s wood and wooden product exports to the United States may be subject to higher import duties due to a surge in export revenues and China’s foreign direct investment in the local industry, experts said at a recent seminar in Hanoi.
Business owners operating in Vietnam have started sharing the difficulties of finding Vietnamese workers who understand and speak Chinese. Increased labor pay is also another stumbling block that they have yet to overcome.
Viet Nam’s exports to member countries of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) were expected to increase strongly through now to 2030, reaching 25 per cent of the country’s total exports, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).