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Việt Nam’s ports’ cargo volume

Việt Nam’s seaports are expected to handle more than 200 million tonnes of cargo by 2020, equivalent to 19.5 million tonnes TEUs (20-foot equivalent units) of freight containers, according to Transport Development and Strategy Institute.

The amount would increase to 406-467 million tonnes (35.3 to 40.6 million TEU) by 2030.

Statistics from the Việt Nam Maritime Administration (VMA) also show that over the past 20 years, the total amount of goods transported through the country’s seaports rose 30 times, from 3.4 million tonnes (532,000 TEUs) in 1995 to 165.7 million tonnes (14.3 million TEUs) in 2017.

Read more at Việt Nam News.





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