VOV.VN - Foreign direct investment export businesses in Vietnam are contributing a great deal to national economic development.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s trade deficit grew by US$3.6 billion in the seven months leading up to August, according to the latest preliminary statistics of Vietnam Customs.
China’s economic slowdown may widen Vietnam’s trade deficit as the Southeast Asian nation counts on its largest trading partner to buy commodities, according to a government official.
South Africa wants to expand investment and trade ties but narrow its trade deficit with Vietnam, a visiting business delegation from that country told a meeting in HCM City on May 25.
Exports have risen 35.4 percent since the beginning of this year to US$70 billion, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) told a conference in Ho Chi Minh City on October 11.