|Tea posted the highest growth of 132.3 per cent to $970,000 in exports to Germany. — Photo vietnamplus|Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI – Việt Nam’s exports to Germany hit US$2.85 billion in the first five months of this year, up 8.6 per cent compared to the same period last year.
Mobile phones and computer components, apparel, footwear, coffee, farm produce and aquatic products made up the majority of the country’s exports.
Of the items, six earned more than $100 million, including mobile phones and components ($851.44 million), accounting for 29.8 per cent of the total, a 16.2 per cent increase year on year.
Tea posted the highest growth of 132.3 per cent to $970,000 while confectioneries and cereals soared 122.6 per cent to $10.99 million.
Others include chemicals with 72.5 per cent growth ($4.15 million), iron and steel up 52.4 per cent ($2.74 million), cashew nuts up 49.2 per cent ($42.06 million) and fruits and vegetables rising 31 percent ($6.17 million). — VNS