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VN's exports to Japan hit US$3.7b

Update: April, 25/2014 - 09:05

Contrarily, some export items, such as computers, electronics and parts, steel and iron as well as plastic materials also experienced a decline in value. — Photo infornet

HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam exported US$3.66 billion worth of goods to Japan during the first quarter, up 17.3 per cent year-on-year, according to statistics from the General Department of Customs.

During the reviewed period, crude oil took the lead in terms of export turnover with US$620 million, up 8 per cent. It was followed by textiles and garments with US$589.5 million (up 11 per cent) and transportation spares and components with US$501.2 million (up 22 per cent).

Contrarily, some export items, such as computers, electronics and parts, steel and iron as well as plastic materials also experienced a decline in value.

Currently, Japan is Viet Nam's second-largest trade partner in Asia after China. — VNS



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