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Vietnam among top economies with highest trade revenue in 2022
The country recorded a trade surplus for the seventh consecutive year of almost US$11 billion.
15:28, 2022/28/15
Vietnam's turnover to hit record high of US$700 billion in 2022
This showed a big leap in Vietnam’s trade performance over the past two decades, starting at a modest $30 billion in turnover in 2001.
14:27, 2022/27/01
Vietnam exports one step closer to US$368-billion target
The country has posted a trade surplus of nearly $11 billion.
19:27, 2022/27/16
Vietnamese Gov’t supports businesses to further penetrate foreign markets
By 2030, it is expected that Vietnamese goods would be available at both traditional and online distribution networks in all countries having free trade agreements (FTAs) with Vietnam.
21:23, 2022/23/31
Vietnam to realize export target ahead of schedule
The utilization of a diversified network of free trade agreements continues to support Vietnam’s trading performance despite the unfavorable global economic environment.
16:05, 2022/05/05
Vietnam's electronics sector stands out as attractive destination for global investment shift
Vietnam currently stands 12th globally and third in ASEAN in electronics exports.
16:58, 2022/58/26
Trade ministry eyes Vietnam’s exports to end 2022 on a high note
A diversified network of free trade agreements (FTAs) that Vietnam is a part of serves as a significant boost for the country's exports.
14:51, 2022/51/30
Vietnam posts trade surplus of $4 billion in 8-month period
The US remained Vietnam’s largest export market with a turnover of $77.7 billion, and China was the country’s largest import market with $82.1 billion.
15:49, 2022/49/23
Vietnam's 2022 export turnover to hit US$368 billion, above the year's target
Vietnam is expected to earn a trade surplus of around US$1 billion in 2022, reaching the Government’s target for this year.
12:37, 2022/37/20
Vietnam in search of new markets to diversify trade options: PM
The country’s trade turnover is estimated to reach a record high of US$800 billion by year-end.
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