VGP - Viet Nam leapfrogged South Korea to become the U.S’ sixth largest trade partner by import value in 2022, noted in an article released on the East Asia Forum.
VGP - The total trade in goods and services between the United Kingdom (UK) and Viet Nam during the four quarters leading up to the end of the first quarter of 2023 reached GBP 6.7 billion (US$8.14 billion), a year-on-year increase of 16.6 percent.
VGP - Viet Nam-U.S. trade value reached nearly US$80.5 billion over the last nine months of 2023, the General Department of Customs reported.
VGP - Viet Nam racked up a trade surplus of US$20.19 billion during the first eight months of the year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) reported Tuesday.
VGP - Viet Nam wishes to strengthen cooperation with the International Trade Center (ITC) in the coming time, said Ambassador Le Thi Tuyet Mai while she was addressing the recent 57th session of the ITC’s Joint Advisory Group.
VGP - As of July 15, Viet Nam enjoyed a trade surplus of US$13.25 billion, reported the General Department of Customs.
VGP - The bilateral trade between Viet Nam and Cambodia reached over US$2.8 billion over the first five months of 2023, up nearly 3 percent against the same period last year, announced the Cambodian Ministry of Commerce.
VGP - The Republic of Korea (RoK)'s exports to Viet Nam totaled US$60.98 billion in 2022, and imports hit US$26.72 billion, resulting in a surplus of US$34.25 billion, reported the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy.
VGP - Below are top ten remarkable achievements of Viet Nam’s industry and trade sector in 2022.
VGP - Viet Nam’s trade surplus was estimated to reach US$6.52 billion in the last nine months of 2022, according to the General Statistics Office.
VGP - Viet Nam’s total trade value hit over US$30 billion in the first half of August 2022, the Department of Customs reported.
VGP - As of July 15, Viet Nam’s trade with the rest of the world exceeded US$403 billion, according to the General Department of Customs.
VGP - Viet Nam recorded a trade surplus of US$2.53 billion in the first four months of this year, doubling that of the same period last year, indicating continued recovery.