Trade deficit expected to decrease to USD 100mn in January.

By bne IntelliNews February 1, 2012
Vietnam's trade gap is expected to decrease to USD 100mn in January this year, as compared to the USD 269.7mn deficit estimated for December. As reported by Reuters News, exports are expected to decrease 28.5% m/m to USD 6.5bn, while imports are expected to decrease 29.5% to USD 6.6bn during the period. The nation is planning to keep the trade deficit at 11%-12% of total exports this year, which are expected to reach USD 110bn.

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