HANOI, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Vietnam estimated on Tuesday its trade deficit in January would widen to $1 billion from last January, with imports rising 27 percent, far ahead of export growth. Imports would rise to $5.5 billion while exports are estimated to reach $4.5 billion, following declines in coffee and coal earnings, the General Statistics Office said in its monthly report. Last January, Vietnam had a trade deficit of $570 million. Exports of crude oil, Vietnam's top foreign ...
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