By Christina Toh-Pantin HANOI, May 28 (Reuters) - Vietnam's Trade Minister Truong Dinh Tuyen said on Wednesday the country planned to boost exports to combat the country's growing trade deficit instead of attempting to curb imports. "My view is that while trying to narrow the trade deficit, it's important to boost exports, but not to limit imports," Tuyen told Reuters. Vietnam posted a trade gap of $2.1 billion in the first five months of 2003, up from a deficit of $960 million in the ...
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