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Textile exports hit US$550m

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 12-MAR-2004 Thoi Bao Tai Chinh Vietnam Page 11 | 5:25 PM

Textile exports posted US$550 million in the first two months of the year, a 5% increase over the same period last year. Although the US has restrained Vietnam’s textile [...]
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Garment exports second after crude oil

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 29-MAY-2004 Phap Luat Page 2 | 5:25 PM

As a source of General Statistical Office (GSO), exports reached US$1.98 billion in May 2004, an increase of US$110 million against that of last month. In the first five [...]
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January CPI rises 1.1%

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 1-JAN-2004 Ha Noi Moi Page 1 | 5:25 PM

The consumer price index in January including the Tet holidays increased 1.1% compared to December 2003 and recorded a 3.2% increase compared year-on-year according to the [...]
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Crude oil 25% of exports

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 28-MAY-2004 Dau Tu Page 3 | 5:25 PM

Exports of crude oil by end-May are estimated at 8.148 million tonnes earning US$2.024 billion, an increase of 10.9% in quantity and 21.3% in value compared with the same [...]
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Industry, building sectors spend more funds

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 05-AUG-2004 Vietnam News Page 4 | 5:25 PM

The disbursed capital of operating foreign invested projects reached US$25.78 billion by July-end. This represented 59% of the total registered capital said the Ministry of [...]
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Cost of foodstuffs rise 14.5%

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 01-SEP-2004 Dau Tu Page 3 | 5:25 PM

Prices of foodstuffs in September are expected to further increase because supply has not met high demand after the relapse of the bird flu, as forecast by the domestic [...]
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Seafood exports hold firm

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 07-FEB-2004 Saigon Giai Phong Page 1 | 5:25 PM

The Ministry of Fisheries reports seafood exports are holding firm in the first two months earning US$160 million, increasing 7.56% over the same period last year. Up to [...]
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7.3m tonnes of petrol, gas imported

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 27-AUG-2004 Dau Tu Page | 5:25 PM

Ministry of Planning and Investment reported that in August 850,000 tonnes of petrol and gas of all types were imported, up 18.7% against last month. From the beginning of [...]
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Business start-ups tally 3,100

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 08-MAR-2004 Mpi | 5:25 PM

Up to 3,100 new business start ups registered for operation under the Enterprise Law this year with total registered capital of over 5.9 trillion dong, a rise of 53.4% in [...]
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Fruitful exports to Russia

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 05-APR-2004 Vietnam News Page 4 | 5:25 PM

Vietnam’s fruit and vegetable exports to Russia hit US$3 million in the last three months and are expected to reach US$12 million by the end of this year, up by 50% [...]
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Hanoi FDI falls 5%

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 27-AUG-2004 Dau Tu Page 2 | 5:25 PM

Hanoi Planning and Investment Department reported that new foreign direct investment fell 5% in the January-August period to US$65.76 million. The department licensed seven [...]
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Textile export to EU surge

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 05-MAR-2004 Kinh Te Viet Nam Page 4 | 5:25 PM

The Vietnam Textile and Garment Association (Vitas) reports that in the first two months, exports to the European Union climbed by 28–30% compared with the same period last [...]
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Foreign firms bring half of export earnings

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 16-JAN-2004 Dau Tu Page 3 | 5:25 PM

Foreign-invested enterprises in Vietnam earned US$9.96 billion in 2003, marking annual increase of 26.6%, which accounted for more than a half of the country’s export [...]
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Fruit and vegetable exports off target

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 26-MAR-2004 Vietnam News Page 4 | 5:25 PM

The Vietnamese fruit and vegetable processing sector is readjusting its US$1 billion export goal as many domestic processing factories operate at a quarter of their capacity [...]
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50% quota fee cut for apparel exports to EU

19-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 30-JAN-2004 Lao Dong Page 3 | 5:25 PM

The Ministry of Trade on January 29 proposed to reduce by 50% the quota fee for garment and textile exports to the EU. The fee is considered too high currently 25–50% more [...]
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