VOV.VN – China is currently the leading country importing Vietnamese fruits and vegetables, with the value through 8 months of this year reaching 3.45 billion USD, an increase of 57.5% over the same period.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is continuing to negotiate with China the Protocols on exported agricultural products, especially products including watermelon, from traditional exports to signing the Protocol to standardize regulations; cold durian, chili, medicinal herbs and citrus fruits.
After 8 months, the value of agricultural, forestry and fishery exports reached 33.21 billion USD. Agricultural, forestry and fishery exports to the Chinese market alone are estimated to reach 7.28 billion USD, up 9.8% over the same period last year, accounting for the highest proportion of 22% of the total agricultural and forestry export value, Seafood.
China is currently the leading country importing Vietnamese fruits and vegetables, with the value over the past 8 months of this year reaching 3.45 billion USD, up 57.5% over the same period last year. As for fruits, the items that account for a high proportion of fruit and vegetable exports are durian, dragon fruit, bananas, mangoes, jackfruit…
According to Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Phung Duc Tien, if synchronous issues in exporting, the products that Vietnam is negotiating with China to sign the Protocol on, will contribute to facilitating trade and improving trade. high export turnover of the entire industry.
“Vietnam’s fruits and vegetables have many advantages. To date, exports have reached 3.45 billion USD, an increase of 57.5%. The market structure is changing very quickly, currently the Chinese market is 21.9%; America is 20.4%; Japan is 7.5%; Korea is 4.1%. With advantageous agricultural products, solutions are needed to promote market opening,” Mr. Tien said.