Spending more than US 31 billion for importing computers and electronic products in 4 months

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According to General Department of Customs, in April, the import turnover of computers, electronic products and components reached US$7.6 billion, reducing 9.5% compared to the previous month.

Overall, from the beginning of the year to the end of April, the whole country spent US$31.65 billion on importing computers, electronic products and components, a sharp increase of 24.3% over the same period last year (equivalent to an increase of US$6.2 billion in turnover).

With the above results, computers, electronic products and components are the product group with the largest import turnover in the country, accounting for 27.53% of the country’s total import turnover in the first 4 months of the year.

The largest import markets of the above products are China, Korea, Taiwan (China), Japan…

Accordingly, the Chinese market leads with US$10.1 billion, an increase of 52% over the same period last year (equivalent to an increase of US$3.46 billion in turnover) compared to the same period last year.

Korea ranked second with US$9.2 billion, a growth of 10.44% (equivalent to an increase of US$870 million in turnover).

Ranked 3rd is the Taiwan market (China) with US$3.8 billion, rising of 18% (equivalent to a growth of US$580 million in turnover).

With US$2.62 billion, Japan ranked 4th, climbing 19.63% (equivalent to an increase in turnover of US$430 million).

Thus, the four largest markets mentioned above alone account for 81.26% of the country’s total import turnover of computers, electronic products and components.

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