Trade deficit expected to increase to USD 700mn in December.

By bne IntelliNews December 26, 2011
Vietnam's trade deficit is expected to increase to USD 700mn in December this year, as compared to USD 567mn posted in November. As reported by Dow Jones International News, exports are expected to increase to USD 8.9bn during the period, as compared to USD 8.85bn posted in November, while imports are expected to increase to USD 9.6bn during the period, as compared to USD 9.42bn posted in November. The country's trade deficit is expected to decrease to USD 9.5bn this year, as compared to USD 12bn posted last year.

Trade deficit expected to increase to USD 700mn in December.

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