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Fruit, vegetables exports from Vietnam to China increased 218 percent

Staff Writer |
Vietnam General Department of Customs reported that during the first half of 2016, fruit and vegetable exports from Vietnam to China increased by over 218 percent.

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During the period, Vietnam sold some $803.808 million worth of fruits and vegetables to the country.

China remained the biggest importer of Vietnamese fruits and vegetables, accounting for nearly 70 percent of Vietnam's total market share in the six-month period.

Vietnam's watermelon, dragon fruit and longan are among major exported fruits to the country.

During the six-month period, Vietnam posted some 1.16 billion U.S. dollars in revenue of exports of fruits and vegetables to the world market, up 31.22 percent year-on-year.

According to Vietnam's Association of Fruits and Vegetables, Vietnamese fruits and vegetables have been presented in some 40 countries and territories worldwide.