Vietnam’s import-export value hits record, exceeds $30 billion in a month

The General Department of Customs said Vietnam’s imports and exports recovered strongly in November 2021, reaching the highest number so far – over $30 billion - a new milestone.

 

The total import-export value of goods in November reached $62.48 billion, up 13.6% over the previous month, corresponding to $7.47 billion. Exports reached $31.87 billion, up 10.4% over the previous month (equivalent to $3 billion); imports were $30.61 billion, up 17.1% (equivalent to $ 4.47 billion).


Accumulated to the end of November 2021, the total import-export value of the country was $602 billion, up 22.9% over the same period last year, equivalent to $112.25 billion. Thus, the total import-export turnover of the country exceeded $600 billion. This is also a new record for Vietnam's merchandise trade.


Vietnam's goods trade with Asia was $390.06 billion, up 23.5% year on year, with the Americas $125.3 billion, up 24%; Europe $66.14 billion, up 14.2%; Oceania $12.82 billion, up 45.7% and Africa $7.69 billion, up 24.5%.


Source: CCIPV / Vietnam Plus