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Viet Nam enjoys trade surplus of US$2.5 bln in four months

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.

04/29/2022 20:30
Viet Nam enjoys trade surplus of US$2.5 bln in four months  - Ảnh 1.

Though trade surplus with the EU rose 31.6 percent to US$10.4 billion, the Southeast Asian country reported trade deficit with China (US$18 billion), the Republic of Korea (US$15.2 billion), ASEAN (US$5.8 billion) and Japan (US$790 million).

The nation's total exports and imports were estimated at US$122.36 billion and US$119.83 billion, representing respective year-on-year increases of 16.4 percent and 15.7 percent, the General Statistics Office reported Friday.

In April alone, the nation gained US$33.26 billion from exporting, up 25 percent on year.

During the reviewed period, the U.S. remained the largest importer of Vietnamese goods with US$35.7 billion while China was the largest import market of Viet Nam with the total turnover of US$37.1 billion./.