Total retail sales of goods, services show uptick

  •  Wednesday, November 1, 2023

YBO - The total retail sales of goods and services in October in Yen Bai province was estimated at nearly 2.2 trillion VND (88 million USD), an increase of 0.11% compared to September and up 4.36% year on year.

Total retail sales of goods are estimated to reach nearly
Total retail sales of goods are estimated to reach nearly

Of the figures, retail sales of goods reached nearly 1.8 trillion VND, accounting for 83.07%; revenues from accommodation, catering, travel were 187.9 billion VND, accounting for 8.69%; and that of other services was estimated at 178.3 billion VND, making up 8.24%.

A highlight in Yen Bai’s commercial sector in the month was the promotion of products under the One Commune – One Product (OCOP) programme, contributing to promoting images and brands of the province's products and goods while helping businesses gain contracts to sell products in many provinces, cities, commercial centres and supermarkets nationwide.

In the first ten months of this year, the total retail sales of goods and services added to more than 21.5 trillion VND, an increase of 9.56% compared to the same period last year. Specially, retail sales of goods were estimated at nearly 18 trillion VND, accounting for 83.51%; that of accommodation, food, and travel services were estimated at more than 1.8 trillion VND (8.39%); and other services, 1.7 trillion VND (8.1%).

Thanh Trung

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