Vietnam’s import-export value hits US$25.9 billion in February

Vietnam’s import-export turnover is estimated to reach US$25.9 billion in February, a decrease of 35.7% from the previous month, reported the General Department of Customs on February 28.

Of the amount, the country’s export earnings were US$13.4 billion, falling 33.7% against January, while its import value stood at US$12.5 billion, down 37.6%.

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The figure brought Vietnam’s total trade value in the first two months of this year to US$66.16 billion, a rise of 19% year-on-year, including US$33.62 billion worth of exports (up 22.9% year-on-year) and US$32.54 billion worth of imports (up 15.3%).

With these results, Vietnam recorded a trade surplus of US$900 million in February and a trade surplus of US$1.08 billion in the first two months of the year.

The country’s major export products in the period included mobile phones and components, which were valued at US$2.7 billion, garment-textile products (US$1.8 billion) and computers, electronic devices and components (US$1.6 billion).

VNA

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