Retail Sales increased 17.1% y/y in January-October.

By bne IntelliNews October 30, 2012
Vietnam retail sales of goods and services increased 17.1% y/y posting USD 91.3bn in the first ten months of this year. As reported by Dow Jones Global Equities News, according to the General Statistics Office, the sole traders accounted for 48.3% of sales, private-sector companies for 35.5%, the state for 12.4% and foreign-invested companies earned the remainder. The retail sales are likely to increase 18% y/y during the whole of this year.

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