Les exports Franco-Vietnamiens croissent
Très attractif pour l'industrie automobile
Hanoi - Vietnam's export turnover from the French market in January 2011 reached more than 144.74 million euro, up over 34 percent compared to the same month of last year.
Despite fluctuations in the world market, Vietnam's exports tend to grow further through the first half of this year. Its export earnings include over 25 million euro from garment and textile products, over 24.5 million euro from electronic products and over 12.6 million euro from wooden products.
In January 2011, Vietnam imported goods worth more than 36 million euro from France. A number of France's automobile trademarks such as Peugeot, Citroen are seen in the Vietnamese market. Vietnam will increase the import of made-in-France cars in the future.
Under the economic diplomacy development programme in the 2011-2015 period, Vietnam will continue to facilitate the implementation of projects and agreements signed with French partners, including a project to upgrade Long Bien bridge, a project to build a medical university, a project to build the O Mon power plant, and an agreement to purchase Airbus A380.
Vietnam is also expected to attract more French investors in the fields of pharmaceuticals, food processing technology, aviation, and aerospace.