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Rice export volume rises 33%

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Rice export volume rises 33%

Rice exports increased in volume but declined in value in the first 10 months of the year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Exports reached 5.37 million tonnes, earning 2.39 billion USD, an increase of 33.23 percent in volume but a fall of 7.65 percent in value compared with the same period last year.

Vietnam attends economic symposium in Tunisia

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Vietnam attends economic symposium in Tunisia

A delegation of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) attended the 21st international symposium asking the question “Which Global Economic System will Ensure Stability and Development in the World?” which took place in Tunis, Tunisia, on Nov. 2-3.

Auto imports climb in October

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Auto imports climb in October

Vietnam imported roughly 9,000 vehicles worth 140 million USD in October, up 20.7 percent in terms of volume but down 3.4 percent in terms of value.

Pepper exports gain volume, value rises

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Pepper exports gain volume, value rises

Vietnam shipped abroad 120,000 tonnes of pepper for 300 million USD in the past ten months, gaining rises of 52 percent and 8 percent in volume and value, respectively, over the same period last year.

Vietnam attends Havana Int’l Fair

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Vietnam attends Havana Int’l Fair

More than 30 Vietnamese enterprises joins 600 others from 54 countries and territories in showcasing their products at the Havana International Fair 2009 (FIHAV 2009), which opened in Havana, Cuba on Nov. 2.

Garments, textiles earn largest export value

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Garments, textiles earn largest export value

Earning 7.5 billion USD from exports in the first ten months of this year, garment and textiles surpassed crude oil, topping the list of Vietnam’s major export items for the first time.

According to the General Statistics Office, the country earned 5.4 billion USD in ten months from exports of crude oil, 2.1 billion USD less than from garments and textiles.