September 15, 2023 | 14:00 GMT+7

8M Vietnam-China trade exceeds $100bln

Hồng Vinh -

Exports to Vietnam’s second-largest export market reached $36.6 billion in the first eight months.

Total import and export revenue between Vietnam and China reached $105.45 billion in the first eight months of this year, figures from the General Department of Vietnam Customs show.

Vietnam exported $36.61 billion worth of goods in the period, a year-on-year rise of 2.35 per cent.

China is currently Vietnam’s second-largest export market, accounting for 16 per cent of its total export value.

During the eight-month period, nine groups of products exported to China posted turnover of over $1 billion, including phones and spare parts, with $8.87 billion, computers, electronics, and components with $8.73 billion, and fruit and vegetables with $2.26 billion.

The export value of fruit and vegetables represented a year-on-year surge of nearly 113 per cent.

China was Vietnam’s first trade partner in the opening eight months of 2023 with which two-way trade turnover exceeded $100 billion.

The original article is written and published on VnEconomy in Vietnamese only. To read the full article, please use the Google Translate tool below to translate the content into your preferred language.
VnEconomy is not responsible for the translation.

Google translate