International Trade in Vietnam

International Trade in Vietnam

After adopting a major reform plan (Doi Moi) in 1986, Vietnam experienced a period of  strong growth.  From 2004 to 2007, the annual GDP growth surpassed 8%, then, it slowed down to 3.5% in 2008. Vietnamese growth is sustained by international trade and foreign investments, with exports... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Vietnam

Main Industry Sectors

The declining agricultural sector is dominated by cultivation and plantations (rice, coffee, cashew nuts, corn, pepper, sweet potatoes, peanuts, cotton, rubber and tea), and aquaculture. However, it is the sector that employs the biggest part of the population.

Industry is the main driver of growth in the Vietnamese economy. The sector is still dominated by large public groups. The country's main industries are textile, food industry, furniture industry, plastics and paper industries. The energy sector is in full-growth since several years ago (coal, hydrocarbons, electricity, cement, steel and naval industry). Even though it is the "new comer" in the oil industry, today Vietnam is the third biggest Southeast Asian producer. The country has also invested into high value-added industries such as cars, electronic and computer technologies (software).

The services sector is sustained by tourism and telecommunications.  These profitable sectors should strongly contribute to the economic health of the country in the next following years.


Economic Overview

After adopting a major reform plan (Doi Moi) in 1986, Vietnam experienced a period of  strong growth.  From 2004 to

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