More goods pass through Vietnam’s seaports despite Covid-19

According to the VMA, the country has just 38 container ships, which account for just a 5% market share, meaning 95% of the country’s import/export and domestic trade will have to rely on some 40 foreign fleets.

HANOI: Goods have been moving through Vietnam’s numerous seaports without hiccups despite the Covid-19 pandemic, said the Vietnam Maritime Administration (VMA).

During the first seven months of this year, some 425 million tonnes of goods have been moved through seaports across the country, a 6% increase from the same period last year.

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