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Cashews: high exports continue in February

March 15, 2021 11:53 AM, Der AUDITOR
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HANOI. The very good export figures from January continued in February and Vietnamese exporters are satisfied. RCN imports have also increased.

Exports up by a good 46%

After Vietnamese cashew exports got off to an extremely good start in 2021, with 45,000 mt already shipped overseas in January, exporters continue to have reason to rejoice. Exports amounted to around 30,000 mt in February, meaning that 75,000 mt of cashews have already been shipped in the first two months of the year. Compared to the same period in 2020, this is an increase in volume of 46.1%, and the export value was increased by 21.5%. The main consuming countries are the USA (24.4%), China (19.2%) and the Netherlands (10.3%). P

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