Of the figure, exports are calculated to reach US$19.8 billion, a rise of 38.2% month on month, while imports are valued at US$19 billion, up 35.4% over February.
In the first three months of this year, total import-export revenue is likely to hit US$107.32 billion, up 17.7% year on year, including exports of US$54.31 billion and imports of US$53 billion.
Export value of garment and textile is estimated at US$6.3 billion, a year-on-year increase of 12.9%, while that of computers, electronic products and spare parts is about US$6.29 billion, footwear US$3.45 billion, wood and wooden products is US$1.91 billion.
Meanwhile, earnings from aquatic products are US$1.67 billion, up 11.2%, and coffee export revenue is US$989 million, a drop of 3.7% over the same period last year.
At the same time, imports of computers, electronic products and spare parts in the first three months of this year are likely to reach US$10.33 billion, a surge of 30.2% over the same period last year.
A year-on-year drop of 4.3% was seen in imports of machines, tools and equipment to US$7.37 billion. The country imported over 3.51 million tonnes of petrol for US$2.2 billion, up 20.1% in volume and 37.1% in value.
Vietnam is estimated to enjoy trade surplus of about US$800 million in March and US$1.3 billion in three months.