Vietnam imports hit US$351M over H1 2016, by Matthew Jones, Asia Fruit, 4 August 2016.
An edited extract of the original article appears below.
Australia and New Zealand continue to underline their potential as key fresh produce suppliers to the Vietnamese market.
Citing data from the General Department of Vietnam Customs, Vietnam Bridge reported the value of Australian imports in the South East Asian nation over the first half of 2016 rose to almost US$20m, four times the value of the trade over the corresponding period of 2015. New Zealand imports doubled in value to nearly US$11.3m
Australia and New Zealand’s growing presence reflects a willingness for Vietnamese consumers to pay a premium for high-end offerings, including table grapes, citrus and apples…
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