Foreign-invested sector recorded trade surplus of USD 1.22bn in Jan-July.

By bne IntelliNews August 4, 2010
The foreign invested sector recorded trade surplus of USD 1.22bn during the first seven months of this year. As reported by Asia Pulse, exports rose 26.7% y/y to USD 20.6bn and import rose 46.4% to USD 19.45bn during the period Jan-July. According to the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) under Vietnam's Ministry of Planning and Investment, the country disbursed USD 6.4bn in the same period.

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