Trade revenue between Vietnam and the Group of Seven reached 113 billion USD in 2017, according to the General Customs Department of Vietnam.

 The figure showed an increase of 9.5 percent year on year and accounted for over one fourth of the country’s total import-export revenue.

 Of the figure, Vietnam’s export revenues were more than 78.9 billion USD, a rise of over 8 percent over the previous year.

 Meanwhile, imports from the world’s seven most powerful industrialized countries – France, Germany, the UK, Italy, Japan, the US and Canada – topped 34 billion USD, an increase of more than 12 percent.

As a result, in 2017, Vietnam enjoyed a trade surplus of 44.95 billion USD with G7 countries./.