Bilateral trade value between Hainan and Vietnam grew 13.03 percent year on year to USD 197 million in the first six months of 2011,
according to the Department of Commerce, Hainan Province.
 
Hainan gained USD 24.65 million from exports to Vietnam and spent USD 172 million on imports from Vietnam, and the two figure expanded by 126.57 percent and 5.47 percent year on year.
 
Hainan-Vietnam boarder trade value widened 65.7 percent year on year to USD 92.88 million. Among ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries, Vietnam became the largest trade partner of Hainan Province. Hainan-Vietnam boarder trade value was up 50.5 percent year on year to USD 140 million in 2010.
 
Hainan’s trade value with the ASEAN rose 4.09 percent year on year to USD 619 million in the first half of 2011. Exports to the ASEAN
and imports from the ASEAN accumulated to USD 178 million and USD 441 million respectively, down 41.96 percent and up 53.27 percent year on year.   
 
 
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