Jan-Nov export tops $87 billion Vietnam’s total export turnover in the year to November rose by 34.7 percent year-on-year to reach US$87.1 billion, the General Customs Department reported. The domestic economic sector accounted for $37.81 billion of the total turnover and the FDI sector, $49.35 billion. Most of the country’s export staples saw an increase in turnover. Textiles and garments, which brought home $1.2 billion in the 11-month period, remained the top earner, followed by crude oil, $660 million, and seafood, $580 million. Meanwhile, Vietnam’s import turnover in 11 months was $96 billion, or 26.4 percent higher compared to the same period last year. This widened the January – November trade gap to $8.9 billion, or 10.21 percent of the export turnover. In related news, the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment reported that Vietnam’s disbursed foreign direct investment (FDI) capital in 11 months increased 1 percent year on year to $10 billion. The agency said Vietnam attracted $9.9 billion from 919 new projects, down by 16 percent compared to the same period last year. Meanwhile, more than 320 projects had their capital expanded by $2.78 billion, or a 50 percent year-on-year increase. The production sector… Read full this story
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