Minister Vũ Huy Hoàng give answers to deputies’ questions Minister Hoàng informed that the rice export was very positive in the first five months of 2009. To May 31, Việt Nam exported approximately 3 million tons of rice, earning over US $1.2 billion, much bigger than the figures of previous years. Mentioning the management of rice export, Mr. Hoàng said that there are different agencies engaging in this work. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is responsible for forecasting and calculating the volume of rice for domestic consumption, domestic reserve and export. The Ministry of Industry and Trade undertakes accountability in seeking for markets and negotiating with foreign partners for food export agreements. And the Việt Nam Food Association (VFA) manages transactions, the signing of contracts and the delivery of goods. The VFA is assigned by the Government to manage the rice export under governmental-level contracts. The remaining commercial contracts are conducted by enterprises themselves. Market control and the eradication of low-quality products were also raised by many deputies. Minister Hoàng proposed three solutions: (i) solidifying the market control forces, especially in border provinces; (ii) equipping these forces with better instruments, including means of transport; and (iii) strengthening the… Read full this story
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