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Half-year footwear exports approach nearly US$4 billion

2013-07-26 13:30:35

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The Vietnam Leather and Footwear Association (Lefaso) has reported earnings from Vietnam’s footwear exports totalled almost US$4 billion in the first half of 2013, a 13.86 percent increase over the same period a year previous.

 

The US remains the country’s most lucrative market with revenue hitting US$1.27 billion (up 20.8 percent from 2012), followed by the UK’s US$206.12 million (up 6.52 percent), Belgium’s US$250.45 million (up 22.55 percent), and Germany’s US$197.51 million (up 4.95 percent).

 

Lefaso said production has thrived since the second quarter with gradually increasing export orders and stable indications of demand.

 

The positive results, combined with new business opportunities, are expected to help the footwear industry achieve its 2013 export target of more than US$9 billion worth of goods.