Vietnam 2019 net crude oil imports 3.64 mln tons vs. 1.3 mln tons in 2018Wednesday, January 15,2020
AsemconnectVietnam - Vietnam's net crude oil imports in 2019 reached 3.64 million tons, up from 1.3 million tons a year earlier, government's customs data released on Monday showed.
The country's crude oil imports during the year rose 47.1% to 7.616 million tons, while is crude oil exports edged up 0.4% to 3.976 million tons, the Customs Department said in a statement.
Vietnam's imports of petroleum products in 2019 fell 14.2% to 9.798 million tons, the department said. Its petroleum products exports fell 0.4% to 3.108 million tons.
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