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Vietnam posts trade surplus with Indonesia

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Vietnam posted a trade surplus of around US$110 million with Indonesia for the first quarter of the year, according to the Viet Nam Trade Office in Indonesia.

In the first three months of 2011, Vietnam's export turnover to Indonesia amounted to $570 million, with rice exports reaping $300 million, textile and garments fetching $17.6 million, vegetables earning $15.4 million and equipment $14.2 million.

Indonesia's export turnover to Vietnam reached $460 million, including paper products, vegetable oil and chemicals.

With such satisfactory results in Q1, the goal to raise Viet Nam's export turnover to Indonesia to $3.5 billion, up $200 million against last year, is well in hand, said Vietnam's commercial counsellor in Indonesia, Do Ba Tho.

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