Vietnam sees January-August trade gap down 23 pct

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HANOI, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Vietnam estimated on Thursday that its trade deficit dropped 23.4 percent in the first eight months of this year to $2.72 billion compared with $3.55 billion in the same period last year. The government's General Statistics Office said January-August exports would rise 24.3 percent on a year earlier to $25.98 billion while imports would be 17.4 percent higher at $28.7 billion. Exports in August were estimated at $3.56 billion and imports were put at $4 billion, ...

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