According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, agro-forestry and fishery exports in July 2022 were estimated at 4.76 billion USD, bringing the total export value in the first 7 months of 2022 to 32.29 billion USD, up 12.2% compared to the previous year.
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In which, main agricultural product exports were estimated at 13.31 billion USD, up 8.4%.
The export value of livestock products was estimated at 226 million USD, down 11.6%; seafood was estimated at USD 6.67 billion USD, up 34.2%; forest products was estimated at 10.42 billion USD, up 1.3%; production inputs was estimated at 1.67 billion USD, up 66.7%; salt was estimated at 3.2 million USD, up 85.8%.
Estimated total export value of agro-forestry and fishery products in the first 7 months of 2022 of Vietnam to Asia increased by 14.9%, reaching 13.7 billion USD.
America increased by 5.2%, reaching 9.45 billion USD; Europe increased by 18.9%, reaching 3.85 billion USD; Oceania increased by 25.4%, reaching 545 million USD; Africa decreased by 7.5%, reaching 509 million USD.
The share of Asia, America, Europe, Oceania and Africa in the total export value of Vietnam’s agro-forestry and fishery products in the first 7 months of 2022 was 42.4%, 29.3%, 11.9%, 1.7% and 1.6%, respectively.
In the first 7 months of 2022, the United States, China and Japan are the 3 largest export markets for Vietnam’s agro-forestry and fishery products. Export value to the US market accounted for 26.8%, up 3.4% over the same period in 2021; China accounted for 17.8% (+5.8%), and Japan accounted for 7.2% (+18.5%).
Total import turnover of agro-forestry and fishery products in July 2022 was estimated at 3.9 billion USD, bringing the total import value in the first 7 months of 2022 to 26 billion USD, up 1.6% over the same period in 2021.
In which, the import value of agricultural products was estimated at 16 billion USD, down 0.6%; Livestock products was estimated at 1.9 billion USD, down 11.6%; fishery products was estimated at 1.5 billion USD, up 27.9%; forest products was estimated at 1.9 billion USD, up 0.5%; production inputs was estimated at 4.7 billion USD, up 9.4%; salt was estimated at 19.2 million USD, up 83.6%. ■
The General Police Administration announced that the National Bureau of Investigation together with criminal police officers from all police departments in Slovenia are today conducting 58 investigations of residential, commercial and other premises in the area of the police departments of Ljubljana, Kranj, Koper and Nova Gorica, due to the suspicion of 21 criminal acts.