According to data from the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnam's exports of goods decreased due to the general difficulties of the world market.
The import and export turnover has significantly decreased in the first four months. Focusing on solving production and operation difficulties and searching for and expanding major commodity markets is necessary.
HCMC – Vietnam exported goods worth US$49.44 billion in the first two months of the year, while spending US$46.62 billion on imports during the period, resulting in a trade surplus of US$2.82 billion, according to the General Statistics Office. Meanwhile, the country ran a trade deficit of US$0.3
HCMC – Vietnam has seen a trade surplus of US$1.68 billion in the year to February 15, with the surplus of the first half of February alone contributing US$1.1 billion, official data showed. Of the amount, Vietnam’s goods exports in the first half of February amounted to US$13.4 billion, up 49%
HCMC – Vietnam posted a trade surplus of US$3.6 billion in January, showed data of the General Statistics Office. Exports amounted to over US$25 billion in the month, down 13.6% month-on-month and 21.3% year-on-year. Imports were put at US$21.5 billion, down a steep 21.3% against December 2022 and
HCMC – A strong export performance sent Vietnam’s trade surplus to US$11.2 billion in 2022, according to the General Statistics Office. The country’s export revenue totaled US$371.85 billion this year, up 10.6% year-on-year. Domestic companies shipped goods worth US$95.09 billion, rising by 6.5%
HCMC – The agricultural sector’s trade surplus in 2022 is estimated to reach US$8.5 billion, improving 30% against the year-ago figure, according to statistics of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Vietnam saw a 9.3% year-on-year increase in agricultural exports in 2022, at over
HCMC – The country’s export revenue had amounted to US$700 billion in the year to mid-December, surpassing 2021’s record high of US$668.5 billion, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Between January and November, Vietnam’s foreign trade reached around US$674 billion, with a trade
HCMC – The country’s exports amounted to US$342.2 billion while its import spending totaled US$331.6 billion between January and November, generating a trade surplus of US$10.6 billion, according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam. The total value of imports and exports in the year to
HCMC – Vietnam exported goods worth US$312 billion and spent US$303.42 billion on imports between January and October, resulting in a trade surplus of US$9.4 billion, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Statistics showed that exports and imports in the January-October period rose by
Last year’s export growth of 6.5% can be viewed as a bright spot in the nation’s economic picture, with this growth being attributed to the signing of a number of free trade agreements (FTAs).
Despite Covid-19 pandemic, Vietnam achieves remarkable result in export