In January 2024, Vietnamese tea was exported to 16 markets

Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 26, 2024

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Vietnam's tea exports in January 2024 reached 12,398 tons, valued at over 21 million USD, marking a decrease from the previous month but an 85% increase year-on-year. The tea was exported to 16 markets, with Pakistan being the largest, accounting for over 36% of the total volume and nearly 44% of the total turnover. Other significant markets included Taiwan, the United States, and China, with Germany recording the highest average price of tea exported at nearly 7,579 USD/ton.
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Source: According to data from the General Department of Customs, in January 2024, Vietnam's tea exports reached 12,398 tons, worth more than 21 million USD, down 9.7% in volume and 10% in value compared to the previous month but increased about 85% in both volume and value compared to the same period in 2023. In terms of average export price, in January 2024, Vietnam's average tea export price reached 1,694 USD/ton, equivalent to the average export price in January 2023 but slightly down 3% compared to the average export price. Average export for the whole year 2023. In terms of export markets, in January 2024, Vietnamese tea was exported to 16 markets, down 1 market compared to January 2023 (Philippines), and down 3 markets compared to the whole year 2023, including Philippines, Kyrgyzstan and Kuwait. In particular, Pakistan continues to be Vietnam's largest tea export market, accounting for 36.7% of the total volume and 43.7% of the country's total tea export ...
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