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China remains biggest trade partner of Vietnam

(Xinhua) Updated: 2014-10-16 17:30

HANOI -- China remained the biggest trade partner of Vietnam in the first nine months of 2014, accounting for some 19.5 percent of Vietnam's total trade turnover.

According to statistics of Vietnam Customs on Thursday, during the nine-month period, Vietnam sold over $11.094 billion worth of goods to China and spent nearly $31.27 billion for imports from China.

Trade revenue between Vietnam and China in January-September stayed at $42.364 billion, said the customs office.

Meanwhile, during the period, Vietnam reported some $217.484 billion in revenue from foreign trade activities.

Specifically, computers, electronic products and components, and crude oil are the two items with highest export turnover to China in nine months, at $1.528 billion and $1.059 billion, respectively.

Phones, machinery, steel, fabric and computers were among top import items from China, according to the customs office.

China remains biggest trade partner of Vietnam

China remains biggest trade partner of Vietnam
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