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SEV’s export revenues to increase 7% despite Note 7 incident

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SEV’s export revenues to increase 7% despite Note 7 incident

A mobile phone production line of Samsung Electronics Việt Nam in the northern province of Bắc Ninh. Samsung’s export revenues this year are estimated to increase  七 per cent despite the Note  七 incident. — VNA/VNS Photo Đức Tám

HÀ NỘI — Exports revenues from the two plants of Samsung Electronics Việt Nam (SEV) in Bắc Ninh Province and Samsung Electronics Việt Nam – Thái Nguyên (SEVT) in Thái Nguyên Province were estimated to reach US$ 三 五 billion this year, posting a  七 per cent year-on-year increase despite the impact from this year’s Note  七 incident.

Samsung’s fourth quarter financial report revealed that Note  七 incident had an insignificant short term impact on Samsung Vietnam’s business and export turnover in  二0 一 六.

SEV’s export revenues to increase 7% despite Note 7 incident

According to its third quarter financial report announced on September  三0th, Samsung Electronics Việt Nam in Bắc Ninh reported a  三0 per cent decline in revenue, equivalent to more than VNĐ 三 二 trillion against the previous quarter.

Samsung’s representative yesterday told Việt Nam News that it has suffered a short-term impact from the Note  七 incident. Samsung Electronics Việt Nam (SEV) – the main Note  七 production unit bore the brunt of the impact.

“Shorty after we decided to stop producing the Note  七 and adjust the production line, the production and business performance returned to normal and we witnessed a rapid recovery. SEV and SEVT are producing a wide range of products including S 七, S 七 Edge, Galaxy A, Galaxy J, as well as Tablet models, in addition to the Note  七,” he added.

Samsung Electronics HCM City CE Complex (SEHC) also expected export revenue of $ 一. 四 billion this year, increasing  一 八0 per cent from last year. SEHC became operational in June with total investment of $ 二 billion. The complex has focused on research and development as well as production of high-end TVs, washing machines, refrigerators and air conditioners.

Lee Sangsu, SEHC’s general director said the project became one of Samsung’s four biggest consumer electronics production plants worldwide. The project has been one of the most important factories in Samsung’s global TV supply chain.

Total export turnover of Samsung Electronics in Vietnam, including the three factories, was estimated at $ 三 六. 四 billion, or a  九. 三 per cent increase from last year.

By the middle of this month, the country’s total export revenue was $ 一 六 七. 八 三 billion. Of which, mobile phones and spare parts took the lead in terms of export revenue at $ 三 三 billion. The products’ export revenue for the whole year was expected to reach $ 三 五 billion, accounting for  二0 per cent of the country’s total export revenue.

Samsung Việt Nam in October announced the recall of its Galaxy Note 七 smartphone after reports of the device catching fire while charging. As one of Samsung’s biggest production centres, Viet Nam was expected to be affected by the massive recall as the country has supplied around  三 五 per cent of the producer’s mobile phones around the world. — VNS



SEV’s export revenues to increase 7% despite Note 7 incident