Vietnam’s exports to Algeria decline over five-month periodSaturday, June 15,2019
AsemconnectVietnam - The first five months of the year saw Vietnam's exports to Algeria drop by 7 per cent to US$83.24 million in comparison with the same period last year, according to statistics released by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Other metal products take second place on the list of exports with turnover reaching US$8.22 million, followed by mobile phones and spare parts at US$6.84 million, seafood at US$3.95 million, chemical products at US$2.45 million, and rice at US$1.2 million.
One positive sign coming from the market is that the Algerian government have recently ended an import ban on mobile phones and spare parts, which is predicted to contribute to increasing Vietnam’s export turnover to the North African nation in the remaining months of the year.
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