Vietnam exports over 290 million medical masks abroad

VOV.VN - Vietnamese enterprises shipped more than 290 million medical masks of various types worldwide during the opening seven months of the year, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

July alone witnessed 18 major local firms export 12.53 million pieces, representing a sharp decline of 37.5% compared to June’s figure.

Garment makers say the export of medical masks has began to endure a downward trajectory since May as the outbreak is showing signs of waning in many countries globally.

Customs data show Vietnam exported 64.7 million pieces in January, 48.08 million in February, 60.72 million in March, 62.45 million in April, 21.45 million in May and 20.7 million in June.

If the COVID-19 outbreak is brought under control, the export figure for August is likely to fall further.

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