Vietnam November trade surplus 1.45 billion USD vs. 1.86 billion USD in OctoberThursday, December 12,2019
AsemconnectVietnam - Vietnam's trade surplus stood at 1.45 billion USD in November, down from the previous month's figure of 1.86 billion USD, customs data showed.
Exports in November dipped 5.9 per cent from a year earlier to 22.79 billion USD, while imports also dived 4.6 per cent to 21.34 billion USD, the customs department said.
Smartphones, garments and electronic home appliances were among the largest export earners in November. Key imports were electronics, machinery and fabrics, the department added.
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