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Vietnam records US$6.4 bln trade deficit with RoK in Q1/2023

Vietnam slipped into a trade deficit of US$6.4 billion with the Republic of Korea (RoK) during the first quarter of the year, representing a fall of 39.3% year on year, according to the Vietnamese Trade Office in the RoK.

Vietnam runs trade surplus of 4.07 bln USD in Q1

Vietnam ran a trade surplus of 4.07 billion USD in the first quarter this year, with 79.17 billion USD in export revenue and 75.1 billion USD in imports, down 11.9% and 14.7% annually, respectively, reported the General Statistics Office on March 29.

Vietnam posts trade surplus of nearly US$3 billion by mid-March

With the country's total import-export turnover reaching nearly US$123 billion between January 1 and March 15, the nation enjoyed a trade surplus of roughly US$3 billion, according to figures released by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

Vietnam's trade recovers strongly since reopening

A year since Vietnam reopened after a global pandemic, the country has seen trade recovering strongly.

Vietnam’s trade with top 11 Asian markets is set to grow significantly

Vietnam’s trade with 11 other major Asian markets could rise significantly in value by 2030, according to an industry study released by UPS.

Vietnam-Asia trade reaches nearly 475.3 billion USD in 2022

Vietnam’s merchandise trade with Asia reached 475.29 billion USD in 2022, increasing by 9.6% compared to 2021 and accounting for the highest proportion (65.1%) in the country's total import-export value.

Trade imbalance with the US needs to be addressed

Data from the Ministry of Industry and Trade shows the US and China are the two largest trading partners of Vietnam.

Vietnam likely to enjoy US$10 billion trade surplus this year

Vietnam is on track to see a trade surplus of 10 billion USD this year despite enduring global market uncertainties and fluctuations, Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien reported at the 15th National Assembly.

2022 trade surplus estimated at US$1 billion

Vietnam is likely to produce a trade surplus of US$1 billion in 2022 – a record low figure compared to the previous years, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

Vietnam reports trade surplus of nearly $4 billion in eight months

Vietnam has enjoyed a trade surplus of 3.96 billion USD in the first eight months of 2022, the General Statistics Office (GSO) announced on August 29.