Import-export revenue surges nearly 37 percent in March
Illustrative photo (Source: VNA)
Total import-export revenue of Vietnam is estimated at 38.8 billion USD, a
surge of 36.8 percent over the previous month, according to the General
Department of Vietnam Customs.
Of the figure, exports
are calculated to reach 19.8 billion USD, a rise of 38.2 percent month on
month, while imports are valued at 19 billion USD, up 35.4 percent over
In the first three
months of this year, total import-export revenue is likely to hit 107.32
billion USD, up 17.7 percent year on year, including exports of 54.31 billion
USD and imports of 53 billion USD.
Export value of
garment and textile is estimated at 6.3 billion USD, a year-on-year increase of
12.9 percent, while that of computers, electronic products and spare parts is
about 6.29 billion USD, footwear 3.45 billion USD, wood and wooden products is 1.91
from aquatic products are 1.67 billion USD, up 11.2 percent, and coffee export
revenue is 989 million USD, a drop of 3.7 percent over the same period last
At the same time, imports
of computers, electronic products and spare parts in the first three months of
this year are likely to reach 10.33 billion USD, a surge of 30.2 percent over
the same period last year.
A year-on-year drop of
4.3 percent was seen in imports of machines, tools and equipment to 7.37
billion USD. The country imported over 3.51 million tonnes of petrol for 2.2
billion USD, up 20.1 percent in volume and 37.1 percent in value.
Vietnam is estimated
to enjoy trade surplus of about 800 million USD in March and 1.3 billion USD in