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Vietnamese mobile phone exports to hit USD 20 bln this year

Wednesday 19 June 2013 | 02:53 CET | News
Mobile phone and component exports from Vietnam are forecast to exceed USD 20 billion this year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. In 2011, mobile phone and component exports reached USD 6.8 billion and in 2012 it became the second leading export item with a turnover of USD 12.7 billion, the Sai Gon Times reports. In the first four months of this year, exports of mobile phones and parts stood at USD 5.97 billion, up 97.3 percent year-on-year. The major mobile phone and component exporters in the first four months were Samsung, Intel, Cannon, Compal, and Foxconn.

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