Export revenue of Ho Chi Minh City in the first 6 months of 2015

01 Jul

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During the first six months in 2015, HCMC exported $13.24 billion including the value of crude oil through the city’s border gate. That number accounted for almost 17.02% total export value of the whole nation.
Among three business areas, state owned enterprises’ export value decreased sharply by a half of the amount of the same period in 2014, meanwhile, at the same time, that value of FDI and non-state owned enterprises grew considerably by 15.4% and 6.6% respectively.
In terms of exporting industry, industrial sectors made up the highest value with $7.98 billion accounted for over 60.28% total export value of the city (including crude oil). However, almost other sectors went through a reduction trend, especially, crude oil declined sharply by 51.2% in revenue compared to the first six months in 2014 because of the drop in oil prices.
Regarding to export markets, the USA, China, Japan, Singapore continued being the most active ones, which is demonstrated by total revenue reached to $6.46 billion making up 48.8% total value of HCMC.
Source: HCMC Statistical Office
Data consolidated by B&Company Vietnam

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