Vietnam’s international trade policy in the context of China-US trade war
Dr. Nguyen Hoang Tien, Dr. Dinh Ba Hung Anh
Twenty two years since Vietnam began signing the first trade agreement AFTA in 1996, Vietnam has so far signed and negotiated 16 international trade agreements. All that show that Vietnam is an active and reliable partner, a lucrative gold mine that partners are targeting in Southeast Asia in particular and in Asia in general. When the rights between bilateral and multilateral partners are affected, they will impose policies to cover losses from these agreements. And that is the first US military gunfire against the Chinese economy, the most populous country and the world's largest factory. Following this wave, we will have a more objective view of the level of influence as well as the opportunities for Vietnam to grasp the future of trade war between the US and China.