Vietnam’s exports to Mexico in February hit roughly US$101 million, up nearly 56 percent over last year’s same month, according to the Commercial Office of the Vietnamese Embassy in Mexico.
This was the first time Vietnam’s monthly exports to the second largest Latin American economy surpassed US$100 million.
In the first two months, Vietnam’s exports to Mexico reached more than US$198 million, up 48 percent compared to the same period last year. Its key items included footwear, garment and textiles, seafood, computers, electronics and components, coffee and rubber.
In February alone, Vietnam imported from the Latin American country cattle feed, materials, computers, electronics and components, mechanics, equipment, iron and steel worth US$5 million, up nearly 32 percent against last year’s same month. Source: VOV