Viet Nam’s export value in the first two months rose by 8.4 per cent year on year to US$39.08 billion. — Photo tapchitaichinh.vn Viet Nam gained a trade surplus of US$1.82 billion in the first two months this year despite strong impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, said the General Department of Customs. Specifically, the country’s export value in the first two months rose by 8.4 per cent year on year to US$39.08 billion, including $20.85 billion in February, according to the general department’s statistics released on Wednesday. The increase was due to strong export value growth of many products. Of which, the export value surged by 12.2 per cent to $900 million for phones and components; by 27.4 per cent to $1.6 billion for the group of computers, electronic products and components; and 25.3 per cent to $630 million for the group of machinery, equipment, tools and spare parts. During the first two months, the country imported goods with a total value of $37.26 billion, up 2.9 per cent over the same period in 2019, including $18.58 billion in February. Of which, the imported complete-built-unit (CBU) cars reached 14,523 units with a total value of $333.3 million. It was down… Read full this story
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