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Export rice, coffee declined, aquaculture is still key
27/02/2014

However, most of the major export items such as rice , coffee , tea , cassava , rubber … have a decrease in both price and volume , as much impact from fluctuations in market prices world and influenced by weather factors , natural disasters .

Among this , exports of primary agricultural products is estimated at U.S. $ 1.73 billion decreased by 20.5 %, exports of primary commodities and forest products was estimated at 837 million, up 30.2 % ; price fisheries exports is estimated at 919 million, up 23.5 % compared to the same period in 2013 .

The strongest decline rubber exports estimated volume of rubber exports in February reached 38 thousand tons with a value of $ 80 million , with the estimated two months early 2014 rubber exports reached 104 thousand tons with a value of reached $ 215 million , down 25.4 % in volume and 43.3 % in value compared with the same period in 2013.

Similarly , the volume of export of cassava and cassava products in February was estimated at 343 thousand tons , with a value of $ 102 million to bring the total volume of goods exported the first two months of this year reached 652 thousand tons with a value of 206 million, but decreased by 32.7 % in volume and 30.6 % in value compared to the same period in 2013.

The volume of tea exports in February 2014 was estimated at 6 thousand tons with a value of $ 8 million , bringing the volume of tea exports in the first two months estimated 15 thousand tons with a value of $ 24 million , down 18.9 % volume and value decreased 15.5 % compared to the same period in 2013 .

However, the average export price of tea in January 2014 to reach $ 1,689 / ton , up 8.83 % compared to the same period in 2013. The volume of tea exports to Pakistan – the largest market of Vietnam fell 8.86 % in volume and 11.17 % in value .

In particular , rice exports in February 2014 was estimated at 333 thousand tons with a value of $ 154 million included rice export volume first two months of 2014 is estimated at 702 thousand tons and 330 million, but decreased to 12.3 % in volume and 8.4 % in value over the same period last year .
However, the average export price of rice in January 2014 reached $ 476.6 / t , up 4.22 % compared to the same period in 2013 . Most notable is the Philippine market growth surge in January with a 8.78 times increase in volume and value increased by 9.45 times compared to the same period in 2013 .
With this growth , the Philippines ranked market leader in Vietnam’s rice imports , accounting for 53.54 % market share , followed by China and Hong Kong , a market share of 16.04 % , respectively and 4.04 % .
For the coffee industry as well as a decline in both volume and value ; coffee exports was estimated at 136 thousand tons with a value of $ 254 million , bringing the volume of coffee exports was estimated at two months 279 thousand tons and 519 million, down 13.7 % in volume and 23.4 % in value compared to the same period in 2013. Pepper exports fell by 8.1 % in volume and 5.5 % in value …

Meanwhile , the fisheries sector continues to be the bright spot in the industry with exports seafood export value in February was estimated at $ 335 million , bringing the value of exports two months to reach 919 million, up 23 , 5 % from the same period in 2013.
America has maintained its position as the market ‘s biggest seafood exporters in Vietnam , accounting for 26.67 % of total export value . In January , seafood exports to this market reached U.S. $ 155.6 million , up 89 % compared to the same period in 2013.
Exports to Japan , South Korea and Australia , South Korea and Japan grew significantly with the increase reached 31.45 % , respectively , 29.27 % and 17.85 % . Decline in export markets such as China (down 37.79 % ) and Thailand ( 7% ) .

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