|Viet Nam had spent US$1.12 billion in importing 2.94 million tonnes of fertiliser over the past eight months.—File Photo
HA NOI (VNS) – The country had spent US$1.12 billion in importing 2.94 million tonnes of fertiliser over the past eight months, or a yearly increase of 28 per cent in value and 12 per cent in volume, according to the General Department of Customs.
During the reviewed period, SA fertiliser posted the highest import quantity at over 740,000 tonnes, up 15 per cent.
It was followed by potassium diammonium phosphate (DAP) fertiliser at 530,000 tonnes, up 34 per cent; urea fertiliser at 420,000 tonnes, up 29 per cent; and NPK fertiliser at 350,000 tonnes, up 81 per cent. . — VNS