Coffee exports surge nearly 50% in H1 Business

InfographicCoffee exports surge nearly 50% in H1

Since the start of this year, coffee shipments to Europe, the US and Japan have enjoyed remarkable increases. In the first half of 2022, Vietnam exported nearly 1 million tonne of coffee, raking in more than 2.3 billion USD, up over 23% in volume and nearly 50% in value against the same period of 2021.
SSI revenue slumps in Q2 but still up in first half Business

SSI revenue slumps in Q2 but still up in first half

The SSI Securities Corporation reported an after-tax profit of 416 billion VND (17.7 million USD) on revenue of 1.58 trillion VND (67.3 million USD) in the second quarter of the year, a year-on-year decrease of 26% and 8%, respectively.
Aquatic exports surge nearly 40% in H1 Business

InfographicAquatic exports surge nearly 40% in H1

Aquatic exports maintained the over-1-billion-USD benchmark in June 2022, 24% higher than the same period last year. The figure surpassed 5.76 billion USD in the first half, posting a year-on-year surge of 39.6%.
Rice exports hit 1.72 billion USD in H1 2022 Business

InfographicRice exports hit 1.72 billion USD in H1 2022

Vietnam exported 3.52 million tonnes of rice in the first half of 2022, for a year-on-year rise of 16.2%, raking in about 1.72 billion USD. Rice was one of 28 commodities with export revenue exceeding 1 billion USD in the first half.
Service growth key to Da Nang's economic recovery: official Business

Service growth key to Da Nang's economic recovery: official

The service sector in the central coastal city of Da Nang posted encouraging progress in the first half of this year, making it the main pillar helping the economy overcome difficulties, recover, and develop, according to Tran Van Vu, director of the municipal Statistics Office.
Budget collection reaches 66.7% of yearly estimates Business

Budget collection reaches 66.7% of yearly estimates

Revenues of the State budget in the first six months of this year stood at about 941.3 trillion VND (40.3 billion USD), equivalent to 66.7% of the yearly estimates, it was reported at the Finance Ministry’s review conference on July 7.