Ban Dai Limited Company (The Industrial Zone of Da River Left Bank) with 100% owned by Japan has created jobs for hundreds of local people.
Specially, the export of goods was 289, 075 million VND, up by 33% over the same period last year, reaching 50.63% of the year plan; the service exports reached at 19, 1 million VND, up by 8% in comparison with the same period last year, reaching at 48.97% of the year plan.
The main export items are electronic goods, garment and agricultural products, focusing on traditional markets such as USA, EU, Russia, Japan, China and Korea.
Also in 6 months, the import turnover of the province is estimated at 226, 587 million VND, up by 12% over the same period last year, equal to 46.24% of the year plan.
Boosting cooperation between Vietnam and India in the garment and textile sector will be one of the priorities in efforts to raise bilateral trade value to US$ 15 billion by 2020, said Parvathaneni Harish, Indian Ambassador to Vietnam.
Vietnamese shares rose on both the northern and southern local exchanges on July 16 as more cash was poured into the banking sector.
According to the Vietnam Leather, Footwear and Handbag Association (Lefaso), the country’s leather industry is enjoying good chances to benefit from the shift of orders from China as a result of the tendency of moving to the production of high-tech goods.