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Retail Sales in Vietnam Tracker: May Update [data set]

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Retail sales revenue in May fell compared to April, according to data from the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Increases were seen in: cultural and educational items, vehicles (excluding cars but including spare parts), accommodation and food services, and services. Minor falls, conversely, were seen in: food; garments; utensils, tools, and household equipment; and travel and tourism.

Retails sales Vietnam, January to May 2024

Utensils, tools, and household equipment47,4941.8742,8131.68-9.86%42,6241.68-0.44%43,5851.722.25%43,3291.71-0.59%
Cultural and educational items5,0950.204,7310.19-7.14%4,7870.191.18%4,9640.203.69%4,9650.200.02%
Vehicles (except cars, including spare parts)19,2940.7616,0390.63-16.87%16,1540.640.72%19,0400.7517.87%19,0700.750.16%
Accommodation and food services58,8862.3257,8982.28-1.68%58,3092.290.71%59,8432.362.63%60,5192.381.13%
Travel, tourism4,3950.174,7390.197.83%5,0790.207.17%5,1050.200.51%4,9770.20-2.50%


Source: Ministry of Industry and Trade

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