Vietnam’s import-export turnover posted a year-on-year rise of 31 percent to reach 74.51 billion USD from the beginning of 2021 to February 16.

In the reviewed period, Vietnam enjoyed a trade surplus of 2.63 billion USD, according to the Vietnam Customs.

During the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday 2021 from February 10-16, a total of 960 firms conducted import-export activities, up 363 against the Tet holiday 2020.

A total of 10,300 customs declaration forms were filled out, up 59 percent against the previous holiday.

Meanwhile, the import-export value hit 1.67 percent, a year-on-year increase of 53 percent.

Main exports included mobile phones and spare parts, computers, electronics and components./.


VNA

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