Vietnamese wood sector expected to pull up its exports after production halts

Vietnamese wood sector expected to pull up its exports after production halts
    The rise in COVID-19 cases in Vietnam has caused productions to halt in August and September, causing a sharp decline in exports. But Vietnam’s wood sector still has a chance to pull up its exports and reach their target for 2021 if they can resume production quickly, according to experts.    The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Le Minh Hoan, commented that the first eight months of 2021 witnessed a 41.4% year-on-year surge in timber and wood product export revenue to US$10.4 billion, and exports ...

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