VCN - In September, the customs sector's budget revenue reached VND25,604 billion, according to General Department of Vietnam Customs.
|Revenue collection of the Customs sector increased quite well in the first 9 months of the year. Photo: T.Bình.|
In nine months, the Customs sector collected VND285,624 billion, equaling 90.6% of the assigned estimate, 86.29% of the striving target, up 25.83% over the same period last year.
Import-export turnover in September was estimated at $53.5 billion, down 2% compared to the previous month. In particular, exports were estimated at $27 billion, down 0.8% and total import value was estimated at $26.5 billion, down 3.1%.
With the above estimation results, in the first nine months of 2021, the total import-export turnover is estimated at $483.2 billion, a sharp increase of 24.4% over the same period in 2020. In particular, export is estimated at $240.52 billion, up 18.8% and import is estimated at $242.65 billion, up 30.5%.
In September, the trade balance saw a surplus of $500 million. Thereby, helping to reduce the trade deficit in nine months to $2.13 billion.
In September, FDI enterprises achieved $38.15 billion in import and export turnover, down 0.7% compared to the previous month. In which, export was estimated at $20 billion, down 0.1%; import was $18.15 billion, down 1.5%.
By the end of September, FDI enterprises were estimated to reach $33.58 billion, accounting for 69% of the country's total import-export turnover and up 27.9% over the same period last year. In particular, export is estimated at $176.65 billion, up 23.1% and import is estimated at $159 billion, up 33.6%.
Export items that fluctuated remarkably in September were crude oil estimated at $96 million, down 65.7% compared to the previous month; clinker and cement were estimated at $151 million, down 6.3%; wood and wood products were estimated at $750 million, down 7.6%.
On the other hand, imported items fluctuated in September were petroleum of all kinds was estimated at $204 million, up 32.8% over the previous month; computers, electronic products and components were estimated at $6.85 billion, down 1.6%; machinery, equipment, tools and spare parts was estimated at $3.9 billion, down 2.5%; CBU cars of all kinds were estimated to reach 6,000 units, with a turnover of $160 million, down 38.1% in volume and 27.9% in turnover.
By Thái Bình/Thanh Thuy