Vietnam's export of agro-products in the first 5 months estimated at 23.2 billion USD

According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), in May 2022, the export turnover of agricultural, forestry and fishery products was estimated at over US$5.1 billion, up 18.1% compared to May 2021, up 3. 8% compared to April 2022.

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Generally, in the first 5 months of 2022, the export turnover of agricultural, forestry and fishery products is estimated at nearly 23.2 billion USD, up 16.8% over the same period last year. In which, exports of main agricultural products reached over US$9.4 billion, up 10.4%; main forest products reached nearly 7.7 billion USD, up 7.6%; seafood is estimated at nearly 4.8 billion USD, up 46.3%; livestock production was estimated at 138.9 million USD, down 16.2%; export of production inputs about 1.1 billion USD, up 59.3%.
In the first 5 months of 2022, there were 09 products/product groups with export value of over USD 1 billion, including: Coffee, rubber, rice, cashew, vegetable and fruit group, pangasius, shrimp, wood products and input group for production.
Some products have higher export value compared to the same period last year, such as: Coffee export value reached nearly 2.0 billion USD (up 54.0%); rubber export reached over USD 1.0 billion (up 12.0%); pepper export about 476 million USD (up 25.7%); export of cassava and cassava products reached USD 636 million (up 20.3%); pangasius exports reached about 1.2 billion USD (up 91.2%); shrimp exports reached over 1.9 billion USD (up 42.7%); export of wood and wood products reached nearly 7.2 billion USD (up 6.9%); rattan, bamboo and sedge mats reached $426 million (up 19.1%).
Regarding the export market, the United States is still ranked No. 1 with an export turnover of nearly 6.5 billion USD (accounting for 28.0% of the market share); China ranked second with export turnover of over 4.1 billion USD (accounting for 17.8% market share); followed by the Japanese market with an export value of over 1.6 billion USD (accounting for 7.0% market share); the fourth is the Korean market with an export value of over 1.1 billion USD (accounting for 4.8% market share)./.




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