HANOI, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Vietnam estimated on Thursday its trade deficit this month would widen to $290 million, as a 36 percent jump in imports outpaced a 31 percent rise in exports. Vietnam, which posted a trade deficit of $170 million last January, has seen a surge in imports of oil products, steel, motorcycles and raw materials for its clothing and footwear factories. Exports this month were estimated at $1.48 billion, up from $1.13 billion last January, while imports were seen at ...
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