Vietnam's oil reserves are in the range of 270500 million tons.
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32 Petroleum exports are in the form of crude petroleum because Vietnam has a very limited refining capacity.
VnExpress International Latest news, business, travel and analysis from Vietnam.Please click on the company name in the table below to see their full target.Magazine de Bijenkorf.V.Although the United States and Vietnam reached a landmark bilateral agreement in December 2001, which helped increase Vietnam's exports to the United States, disagreements over textile and catfish exports are hindering full implementation of the agreement.Fubon Financial Holdings frasers property australia Fortune Parts Industry Public Company Limited Forest City Realty Trust, Inc.31 Energy, mining and minerals edit Main article: Energy in Vietnam Petroleum is the main source of energy, followed by coal, which contributes about 25 of the country's energy (excluding biomass ).The percentage of the poorest Vietnamese respondents who believed that their economic situation would worsen increased from 13 in 2016 to 26 in 2017.