VietNamNet Bridge – In the first nine months of the year, Vietnam imported $680 million worth of fruits from Thailand, or 60 percent of total fruit imports, according to the General Department of Customs (GDC). And by the end of August 2017, $817.9 million worth of fruit had been sold to China, 73 percent of which was from Thailand.
China is among the biggest export markets for Vietnam’s fruit with the growth rate in the first eight months of the year at 60.2 percent.
Meanwhile,Thailand has taken over China’s position as the No 1 seller of fruit and vegetables to Vietnam, accounting for 60.7 percent of Vietnam’s imports. China, which is now in the second position, accounts for 15.7 percent only. Continue reading “Vietnam re-exports Thai fruit to China”