The surprise is in the early months of 2016, the country has been super about 770 million USD; by 5.7% of turnover.
According to new figures announced by the General Department of customs, commodity turnover of the country’s exports in January 2016 reached 13.36 billion; decreased 2.7% compared to the previous month. In particular, the export volume of FDI reached 9.04 billion; mitigation 0.2%.
Among the main exports in 2016, the device types and components reached 2.27 billion; 31.4% increase compared to the previous month. Although falling 9.3% compared to the previous month but textile exports still reached over 2 billion USD and is found to have the second largest turnover in 2016.
By then the group rows of computers, electronic products and components reached 1.25 billion dollars; decreased 4.4% compared to the previous month; footwear reached 1.18 billion USD; decreased 2.9% compared to the previous month.
In contrast, the overall volume of goods imported to the country, beginning in 2016 reached 12.6 billion; decreased 11.9% compared to the previous month. In particular, imports of FDI reached 7.17 billion; decreased 6.3% compared to the previous month.
Some main exports include: machinery, equipment, tools, spare parts totaled 2.14 billion dollars, down 15.1%; computers, components and electronics products reached 1.96 billion u.s. dollars, up 11.7 percent; types of fabric reaches 765 million, decreased 13.6% compared to the previous month.
So, incidentally, is right in the beginning of the year 2016, the country has been super about 770 million USD; by 5.7% of turnover.
Before that, the statistics of the Customs Administration said, in 2015, Vietnam has officially entered the Super came back after 3 consecutive Super production. Trade deficit by 2015 up to 3.54 billion dollars, equal to 2% of the turnover.
According to the predictions of many economic experts as well as industry leaders, probably 2016 Vietnam will continue to enter the super high demand of importing machinery, equipment for production increases, especially after Vietnam joined the free trade agreement (FTA).