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Vietnam: US$4 billions worth of fruit exports targeted for next year

With a series of fruit products making inroads into fresh markets, fruit exports are anticipated to rise to US$4 billion next year. Dang Phuc Nguyen, general secretary of the Vietnam Fruit and Vegetable Association, revealed that a series of Vietnamese fresh fruit products such as bananas, durians, and passion fruits have been officially exported to the Chinese market this year.

Furthermore, Vietnamese pomelos and lemons are also permitted to enter the New Zealand market, while fresh longans have been allowed to penetrate the Japanese market.

According to statistics compiled by the General Department of Vietnam Customs, fruit and vegetable exports during the initial 11 months of the year reached more than US$3.1 billion, with exports anticipated to gross US$3.4 billion by the end of the year.

Fruit and vegetable exports have the potential to reach US$3.4 billion this year and US$4 billion next year thanks to the signing of protocols and 15 signed free trade agreements (FTAs), along with the decrease in freight rates, Nguyen noted.


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