State budget revenues increased 3.5% y/y in the first four months of 2012.

By bne IntelliNews May 3, 2012
Vietnam's state budget revenues increased 3.5% y/y recording VND 234trn in the first four months of this year. As reported by Business Times, the Ministry of Finance stated that the domestic revenues grew VND 6.51trn, whereas the exports decreased by VND 1.3trn during the period. The state budget grew by VND 61.62trn in April alone.

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