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- We create new solutions - in diagnostics, medical devices, nutrition and branded generic pharmaceuticals - that help people around the world, in all stages of life, live their best lives through better health.
Our company is a rapidly growing company based in The US and Vietnam. We are evolving into an international sourcing business with a focus on Hygiene products. Our clients are mostly US focused and conglomerates.
23 COMMODITIES SEE EXPORTS REACH OVER US$1 BILLION EACH
The 23 export items include mobile phones and components, electronics, computers and components, garments and textiles, machinery, spare parts, footwear, timber and wood products, vehicles and spare parts, seafood, iron, and steel.
The reviewed period saw the country rake in approximately US$145.79 billion from exports, representing an annual increase of 0.2%.
The domestic economic sector continued to represent a bright spot with export turnover rising by 13.5% to US$50.76 billion. Meanwhile, the foreign invested sector reported a 5.7% fall to US$95.03 billion, accounting for 65.2% of the country’s total export turnover.
According to the General Statistics Office, a number of positive signs have emerged for export activities as five Vietnamese dairy companies have been permitted to export their products to China, one of the largest potential markets in the world.
Despite the country’s vegetable and fruit exports to the northern neighbour plummeting due to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), strong export growth has been recorded in other markets, such as the Republic of Korea, Thailand, Japan, and Taiwan (China).
Furthermore, the export of commodities is expected to pick up during the remaining months of the year once the COVID-19 pandemic is successfully brought under control in markets that are key trading partners for Vietnam.
Tran Thanh Hai, deputy director of the Import and Export Department, said the Ministry of Industry and Trade has been applying information technology to simplify administrative procedures, alongside deploying digital transformation in import-export activities to support local businesses.
Most notably, Vietnamese goods exported to the EU market are to be granted an electronic certificate of origin (C/O) immediately after the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement comes into effect on August 1.