HANOI, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Vietnam's January to November trade deficit is estimated to have grown 5.7 percent from last year to $4.48 billion, a state-run newspaper said on Thursday. Imports in the 11-month period would be 21.4 percent higher than a year before at $40.76 billion while exports would grow 23.7 percent to $36.28 billion, the Dau Tu (Investment) newspaper cited the government's trade figures as showing. It gave no breakdown for Vietnam's key export and import items but said ...
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