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The outputs of all sectors in January 2010 are as follows:

Agriculture, forestry and fishery

Agriculture

As of 15/01/2010, the country has cultivated 1,881 thousand ha of spring rice, equaling
103.2% compared to same period last year.

Due to long lasting drought that resulted in shortage of water for irrigation, provinces in
the North cultivated only 73,900 ha of spring rice, equaling 72.1% of same period last
year. In the South, the sown area for spring rice was 1,807.1 thousand ha, equaling
105.1% of same period last year because of favourable weather. Estimated productivity
of winter rice in harvested area increased from 50 to 100 kilograms per ha as against
same period last year.

To mid January 2010, the country’s cultivated area for other crops was 206,200 ha of
maize, equaling 100.4%; 69,400 ha of sweet potato, equaling 120.1%; 77,200 ha of
soybean, equaling 128.2%; and 226,600 ha of beans and vegetables, equaling 107.6% as
against same period last year.

Forestry

The wood-cut production in January 2010 was estimated at 280,000 m3, rose by 5.1%;
firewood was 2,348,000 m3, rose by 1.2% as against same period in 2009. According to
local reports, Â there were 58.1 ha of forest fired and damaged in January 2009, of which
there were 6.8 ha fired and 51.3 ha of forest damaged. Only in Ä ミ ắk Lắk, there
were 50.9 ha of forest chopped and damaged.

Fishery

The total estimated fishing production in 01/2010 was 352,300 tons, rising by 5% as
against same period last year, of which there were 267,400 tons of fish, growing by 4.9%
and 29,500 tons of shrimp, up by 5.4%. Farmed products in  01/2010 were estimated at
150,500 tons, rising by 4.2% as against same period last year, of which there were
112,000 tons of fish, going up by 3.7%; 20,000 tons of shrimp, up by 5.3%.

Caught products in 01/2010 were estimated at 201,800 tons, rising by 5.6% as against
same period last year, of which there were 155,400 tons of fish, up by 5.7% and 9,500
tons of shrimp rose by 5.6%.

Industry

The production value in 01/2010 at 1994 constant prices was estimated at VND 62.8
trillion, much higher than the increased rate of 28.4% in same period last year. The state
industrial sector in January rose by 23.1% (central industry rose by 24.9% and local
industry by16.2%); the non-state industry rose by 31.1% and the FDI sector by 29.1%
(petroleum and gas decreased by 16.6%, others rose by 36.7%) as against same period
last year.

Investment

Realized investment capital from the state budget in 01/2010 was VND 8,971.4 billion,
equaling 7.2% of the yearly estimate. Of which, capital under central management was
VND 2,143.2 billion, capital under local management was VND 6,828.2 billion, equaling
7.8% of the yearly estimate.

The attracted FDI in 01/2010 was USD 318 million, increased by 71.9% as against same
period last year. Of which, the registered capital of 40 newly licensed projects was USD
285.1 million (rose 78.2% by capital and reduced 20% by the number of FDI projects);
the additional registered capital of 3 times of projects licensed from previous years wasÂ
USD 32.9 million. Realised FDI in 01/2010 was estimated at USD 400 million, growing
by 33.3% as against same period last year.

Government revenues and expenditures

As estimated, total Government revenues in 15 beginning days of January 2010 was


equal to 4.3% of the yearly estimate, of which domestic revenues accounted for 4.6%;
revenues from crude oil was 3.2%; revenues from import-export: 4.2%. Of the domestic
revenues, receiving from the state-owned enterprises equaled to 8.7%; from FDI
enterprises (excluding crude oil): 2.6%; from non-state industrial, commercial and service
taxes: 2.7%; taxes imposed on high-income persons: 2.2%; petroleum fees: 2%; and other
fees: 2.2%.

As estimated, total Government expenditures in 15 beginning days of January 2010 was


equal to 3.7% of the yearly estimate, of which spending for investment and development
accounted for 2.5%; for economic and social development, national defense and security:
4.2%; for paying debts and aids: 4.1%.

Trade & services

Total retailed sales of consumer goods and services

The total retailed sales of consumer goods and services in 01/2010 at current prices were
at an estimate of VND 121.2 trillion, rose by 23.1% compared to same period in 2009, of
which, the individual economic sector gained VND 67.1 trillion, rose by 27.1%; the
private sector: VND 38.3 trillion, up by 25%; the state sector: VND 11.1 trillion, reduced
by 1%; the FDI sector: VND 3.5 trillion, grew by 24.3%; the collective sector: VND 1.2
trillion, up by19.2%. Considering by business branch, the trade gained VND 95.2 trillion,
rose by 23.5%; the hotel and restaurant: VND 13.6 trillion, going up by 21.1%; the
service: VND 11.3 trillion, increased by 23.2%; the tourist: VND 1.1 trillion, up by 7.8%.
Exports-Imports

The export turnovers in 01/2010 were at an estimate of USD 4.9 billion, showing a drop
of 10.4% as against previous month, but rising by 28.1% as against same period in 2009.
 Of which, the domestic economic sector gained USD 2.2 billion, increased by 22.8%;
the FDI sector (including crude oil): USD 2.7 billion, grew by 32.9%. The export
turnovers of almost items in 01/2010 Â increased compared to same period in 2009.

The import turnovers in 01/2010 Â were at an estimate of USD 6.2 billion, decreased by
16% as  compared to previous month and increased rapidly as compared to same period
in 2009 with a growth of 86.6%, of which the domestic economic sector gained USD
 3.8 billion, rising by 82.6% as against  01/2009; the FDI sector : USD 2.4 billion,
rising by 93.4%.

Trade deficits in  01/2010 were estimated at USD 1.3 billion, decreased by 32.6% as
compared to the previous month and equaled to 26.5% of the export turnovers.

Consumer Price Index (CPI)

The consumer price index (CPI) in 01/2010 saw an increase of 1.36% as against the
previous month, of which the food and catering service had a highest growth of 2.11%
(food grains rose by 4.41%; foodstuff by 1.65%); housing and construction material rose
by1.66%; textile, hats and shoes by 1.24%; drinks and tobacco by 1.14%. Other goods
and services had lower CPI growth: family appliances by 0.58%; transport by 0.53%;
culture, entertainment and tourism by 0.33%; both education and medicines and health
care by 0.27%. Only communication decreased by 0.11%. The CPI in 01/2010 increased
by 7.62% as compared to same period last year. January’s gold prices reduced by
2.94% as compared to 12/2009; and increased by 53.89% as compared to January 2009.
USD price in 01/2010 reduced by 0.11% as compared to 12/2009 and increased by 8.96%
as compared to 01/2009.

Transport

Passenger carriage in 01/2010 was at an estimate of 184.5 million participants, growing


by 6.6% and 7.8 billion passengers-kilometers, up by 8.2% as against same period last
year. Of which, land transport gained 167.9 million participants, growing by 7% and 5.7
billion passengers-kilometers rose by 7.6%; by river: 14.2 million participants, rising by
2% and  0.3 billion passengers-kilometers, up by 4.3%; by aviation: 0.9 million
participants, up by 8% and 1.4 billion passengers-kilometers, up by 10.6%.

The volume of cargos carried in 01/2010 was at an estimate of 54.6 million tons, rose by
5.1% and 15.5 billion tons-kilometers, up by 11.2% as against same period last year, of
which land transport gained 40.2 million tons, up by 4.9% and 2.1 billion tons-
kilometers, up by 4.6%; river: 9.6 million tons, up by 2.5% and 1.5 billion tons-
kilometers, up by 3%; sea: 4 million tons, up by 8% and 11.5 billion tons-kilometers, up
by 12% as against same period last year.
Communication

There were 4.9 million new telephone subscribers in 01/2010, rose by 145.3% as against
same period in 2009, of which 560,000 were desk telephone subscribers, rose by
47.4% and 4.3 million mobile phone subscribers, up by 168.6%. To end of 01/2010 the
number of telephone subscribers over the country was at an estimate of 135.3 million,
rising by 62.3% as against same period last year, including 19.6 million  desk telephone
subscribers, up by 35.3% and 115.7 million mobile phone subscribers, up by 68%.

The number of broadband internet subscribers to the end of January 2010 was estimated
at 3.1 million, rose by 45.8% as against same period last year. Total postal and
communication service net incomes in 01/2010 were estimated at VND 9.9 trillion, grew
by 69.8% as compared to same period last year.

International visitors to Viet Nam

As estimated, international visitors to Viet Nam in 01/2010 were 416,200, increasing by


20.4% as compared to same period last year. Of which, visitors coming for tourist
purposes were 261,100, rising by 27.4%; for business purposes: 76,900, up by 65.8%; for
visiting relatives: 53,100, slowed down by 25.3%; for other purposes: 25,100, grew by
7.3%. Visitors came by aviation were 344,200, rising by 15.1%; by land: 67,000, up by
64%; and by sea: 5,000, reduced by 16.7% as against same period last year.