New data published by the General Department of Vietnam Customs show that in 2022, the total import and export turnover of foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises reach $506.83 billion, an increase of 9.3% (equivalent to an increase of USD43.2 billion) compared to 2021.
Source: Hai Quan Online
In which, exports reached $273.63 billion, up 11.6% (equivalent to nearly $28.5 billion) compared to 2021, accounting for 73.7% of the total export turnover of the country.
Last year, FDI enterprises had 6 groups of exports with a turnover of $10 billion or more, including phones and components; computers, electronic products and components; machinery, equipment, tools, and spare parts; textile; footwear; means of transport and spare parts.
In contrast, imports of FDI enterprises reached $233.2 billion, up 6.7% (equivalent to $14.72 billion) over the previous year, accounting for 65% of the total import turnover of the country.
With the above results, the trade balance of FDI enterprises reached a trade surplus of $40.43 billion.
(Hai Quan Online)