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Trade in goods of FDI enterprises hits US$440 billion

16:04 | 03/01/2022

VCN- The trade in goods of FDI enterprises surged, accounting for 69.5% of the total country’s turnover.

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According to the General Department of Customs Department, from January to December 15, the total import and export turnover of FDI enterprises increased 25.4% to US$440.15 billion.

The turnover of domestic enterprises rose 17.4% to US$193.07 billion compared with the previous year, accounting for 30.5% of the country’s turnover.

In the first half of December, the export turnover of FDI enterprises saw a year-on-year decrease of 8.5% to US$11.6 billion.

From January to December 15, the total export turnover of FDI enterprises grew 21.2% or US$40.68 billion to US$232.2 billion compared with the previous year, making up 73.1% of the total export turnover of the country.

The import turnover of these enterprises soared 5.6% to US$10.86 billion compared with the second half of November.

End-December 15, the total import of FDI increased 30.5% to US$207.95 billion year-on-year, accounting for 65.9% of the total import value.

The FDI enterprises had a trade surplus of US$24 billion.

Currently, Vietnam’s major items such as mobile phones, computers, machinery, even commodities that were previously imported and exported by domestic enterprises as textiles, footwear, have been imported and exported by FDI enterprises.

By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan