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What does Vietnam Export and Import?
Vietnam Exports and Imports of Product Groups 2019
Vietnam Raw materials exports are worth US$ 20,125 million, product share of 7.61%. Vietnam Raw materials imports are worth US$ 26,300 million, product share of 10.38%. Vietnam Intermediate goods exports are worth US$ 33,652 million, product share of 12.72%.
What are the top 3 imports of Vietnam?
- Electrical machinery, equipment: US$96 billion (34.3% of total imports)
- Machinery including computers: $26.9 billion (9.6%)
- Plastics, plastic articles: $15.2 billion (5.4%)
- Optical, technical, medical apparatus: $10 billion (3.6%)
- Iron, steel: $9.8 billion (3.5%)
- Mineral fuels including oil: $8.8 billion (3.1%)
What are Vietnam’s main imports?
Vietnam main imports are computers, electrical products and parts (18 percent of total imports) and machine, instruments and accessories (16 percent). Others include: telephones, mobile phones and parts thereof (8 percent); textile fabrics (5 percent) and iron and steel (4 percent).
What products does Vietnam produce?
Economy of Vietnam
|Ease-of-doing-business rank||70th (easy, 2017)|
|Exports||$290.4 billion (2018 est.)|
|Export goods||Electronics, textiles products, machinery, footwear products, transportation products, wooden products, seafood products, steel, crude oil, pepper, rice and coffee|
What is Vietnam’s biggest export?
Vietnam main exports are: telephones, mobile phones and parts thereof (21 percent of total shipments) and textiles (12 percent). Others include: computers and electrical products (12 percent); shoes and footwear (7 percent) and machinery, instruments and accessories (6 percent).
What is Vietnam’s biggest industry?
Leading the list of top industries in Vietnam is obviously information technology industry, which is followed by manufacturing, tourism, logistics, construction and agriculture.
What are the top 5 items that Vietnam Export?
Exports The top exports of Vietnam are Broadcasting Equipment ($42.3B), Telephones ($18.2B), Integrated Circuits ($15.5B), Textile Footwear ($10.6B), and Leather Footwear ($6.43B), exporting mostly to United States ($63.7B), China ($40.3B), Japan ($21.2B), South Korea ($20.3B), and Germany ($8.22B).
What is Vietnam famous for manufacturing?
The top manufacturing sectors—food processing, cigarettes and tobacco, textiles, chemicals, and electrical goods—experienced rapid growth. Almost a third of manufacturing and retail activity is concentrated in Ho Chi Minh City.