Vietnam imported more than 4 million tons of wheat valued at US$849.5 million during the first ten months of this year, up 100.1% in volume and 62% in value, according to Vietnam Customs.
Vietnam is likely to achieve an economic growth rate of 6.33% this year as the target of 6.7% is unfeasible.
COVID-19 had no impact at all on Russian exports to Vietnam, according to Robert Kurilo, chief representative of the Russian Export Centre (REC) in Vietnam.
Vietnam imported more than 46,402 tonnes of pork and related products as of April 13, rocketing over 300 percent from the same period last year, according to the Department of Animal Health under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
PSNews - Statistics from the General Department of Vietnam Customs shows that the total number of automobiles imported to Vietnam decreased 11.5 % in the week from September 28 to October 4, compared to the previous week.
As the exchange rate between USD and Vietnamese dong has surged in the past two months, exporters are eager for extra profits they can earn for each batch of goods. However, importers will have to pay more for their goods.
Vietnam spent more than US$1.96 billion importing cattle feed from foreign markets in the first half of the year, with shipments from Argentina rising 10.7% compared to last year’s corresponding period.
Vietnam has seen an increase of 20 percent in the imports of shrimp in the last three years, an expert said at a press conference in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday.
Risk Management Department - General Administration of Customs recently informs that during the analysis and assert process of customs operations, the specialized risk management team of Customs Department has discovered many enterprises (companies) trying to cancel, modify the declaration.