HANOI, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Vietnam's January-to-October industrial output is expected to rise 17 percent from a year earlier to 467.93 trillion dong ($29 billion), but crude oil production has slowed, the government said on Friday. Crude oil production during the first 10 months is expected to fall 11.4 percent from the same period last year to 12.82 million tonnes, the government's General Statistics Office said in a monthly report. Crude exports, one of Vietnam's top foreign exchange ...
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