Exports exceed US$200 billion in 10 months

VOV.VN - Vietnam’s exports rose by 14.2% to US$200.27 billion in the first 10 months of this year, of which the domestic sector made up US$56.82 billion (up 16.8%) and the foreign direct investment (FDI) sector, including crude oil, accounted for US$143.45 billion (up 13.2%).

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The results were attributed to increasing export values of telephones and components (up 10.6% to US$40.7 billion), garment (up 17.1% to US$25.2 billion) and electronics, computers and components (up 15.2% to US$24.3 billion), according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.

Meanwhile, agricultural and fishery products also obtained quite a high export growth. Seafood exports were up 5.9% to US$7.2 billion, fruit and vegetables, up 14.4% to US$3.3 billion, coffee, up 1.1% to US$3 billion, and rice, up 16.1% to US$2.6 billion.

The US was the largest importer of Vietnamese products in the period with an import value of US$39 billion, up 12.8% against the same period last year.


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