VN runs US$ 7.15 billion trade surplus in nine months
In the second half of September (from September 16 to September 30), Viet Nam’s export turnover hit US$ 24.07 billion, up 16.2% against the first half of September.
Total trade turnover reached US$ 382.16 billion in the first nine months of 2019, representing a year-on-year growth of 8.4%.
Trade surplus valued US$ 1.35 billion in the second half of September, bringing the total number to US$ 7.15 billion in the first nine months.
In the second half of September, total Viet Nam’s export turnover hit US$ 12.71 billion, up 21.6% against the first half.
By late September, total export turnover reached US$ 194.65 billion, up 8.4%, equivalent to US$ 15.1 billion.
In the January-September period, the biggest hard currency earners included telephones and spare parts with US$ 38.81 billion, computers with US$ 25.61 billion, electronic device, garments and textiles, footwear, machines, equipment, transport vehicles, aquatic products, steel, and fibers.
Regarding import, total import turnover valued US$ 11.36 billion in the first half of September.
In the first nine months, biggest imports included computers and spare parts with US$ 38.25 billion and machines with US$ 26.89 billion./. VGP
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