Vietnam’s trade deficit, which has caused concerns this year about the stability of the nation’s currency, is easing as import growth slows and exports accelerate, HSBC Holdings Plc and Moody’s Economy.com said. The trade gap in the seven months through July reached US$15 billion, up 2.4 times from a $6.3 billion shortfall in the year earlier, according to preliminary figures released Thursday by the General Statistics Office in Hanoi. (more…)
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