HCMC – Vietnam’s merchandise exports in the year to end-November had amounted to an estimated US$342.21 billion, a rise of 13.4% over the same period of last year, according to the General Statistics.
According to the Government news website (chinhphu.vn), processed and manufactured goods accounted for 89% of the total, while fuels and minerals made up a mere 1.4%, and agro-forestry and aquatic products 6.6% and 3%, respectively.
Some 35 product lines recorded an export value of over US$1 billion each, including eight lines boasting an export value of over US$10 billion each.
According to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam, the export value in November was US$29.18 billion, down 3.9% over the previous month.
The U.S. was the largest buyer of Vietnam-made products with a value of US$101.5 billion this year to date.