Despite the downward trend, iron and steel imported from China still dominated with nearly 38 percent of total import volume of Vietnam.
A total of 30 commodities enjoyed export values of over US$1 billion during the first 11 months of the year, accounting for 91.6 per cent of Vietnam’s total export turnover, ...
The total export and import value of Vietnamese goods from November 1 to November 15 reached US$22.09 billion, decreasing by 10.7 percent
By the end of October, there were seven provinces and cities achieving export turnover by US$10 billion or more
Cao Bang Customs Department recently organised the 6th meeting for talking with customs of three provinces Cao Bang, Lang Son, Quang and Nanning Customs – China
Phones and components lead in Vietnam export turnover in the first nine months of this year with a value of US 38 6 billion
South Korea is the second largest trade partner of Vietnam, but like China, Vietnam is suffering from a large trade deficit with the country.
The export turnover that shot up in the last 15 days of August has become the peak point of largest export turnover from the beginning of the year until now.
Compared to the same period in 2018, the trade balance between Vietnam and Australia suffered reversing trade when Vietnam changed status from trade surplus to trade deficit.
The export turnover of goods to countries that have signed free trade agreements (FTA) with the nation has seen strong growth in recent months.
Export turnover in July was quite balanced, however, the accumulating from the beginning of the year achieved trade surplus of over $1.7 billion.
Export growth in the first half of this year was only about half of the growth rate of the same period last year.
Vietnam’s export turnover of garment-textile and leather shoes during January-July grew 10.5 percent year-on-year to 18.34 billion USD, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) said on August 9.
Phone exports to India is the commodity group with the largest turnover and impressive growth.
The total import and export value of Vietnam in the second half of June (from 16 to 31 June) reached US$20.96 billion, increasing by 5.5%