VCN – Four of 63 provinces and cities has recorded an export turnover of US$10 billion or more, the General Department of Vietnam Customs has said.
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According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC), by the end of April, four localities achieved export turnover worth US$10 billion or more, namely HCM City, Bac Ninh, Binh Duong and Thai Nguyen, one more locality compared with the same period in 2021.
Thai Nguyen province is the new locality achieving this positive result. The export turnover of the province increased by 27.53% to US$11.86 billion compared with the same period in 2021.
Thai Nguyen Statistics Office said that the export turnover of FDI enterprises accounted for about 98%.
The products saw the surge in export turnover in non-ferrous metals and non-ferrous metal concentrates, up 86% to US$106.9 million. Iron and steel products are up 51.3% to US$14.4 million, garment products up 17.9% to US$144.6 million, other electronic products and spare parts up 29.9% to more than US$7 billion, and tablets up 11.2% to US$1 billion.
Among the three remaining localities, HCM City continues to lead the country in export turnover with US$ 16.25 billion USD, up 6% over the same period last year.
The export turnover of Bac Ninh and Binh Duong increased by 7% and over 10% to US$14.67 billion and US$12.26 billion, respectively.
According to the GDVC, as of May 5, the total export turnover of Vietnam soared by 15.5% or US$18.18 billion to US$135.2 billion, compared with the same period in 2021.
Some commodity groups saw a surge in turnover in phones and components, up 13.1% to US$2.61 billion; textile and garment up 21.4% to US$2.32 billion; equipment, tools and spare parts 13.2% to 1.76%; and computers, electronic products and components up 10% to US$1.78 billion.
By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan