The Asian Pacific region is known for its thriving trade, but it also has a long history of international trade.
In fact, the region has been the epicenter of trade and the source of much of the global economic activity that’s happened since the 19th century.
The region is home to a number of key trade hubs, with many of them in the South China Sea.
The region’s primary trading partner in Asia is Vietnam, but the region also has several smaller trading partners.
Here are five of the most important trade hubs in Asia, all of which have a huge impact on the lives of locals and businesses.1.
Vietnam’s Sino-Vietnamese border.
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As the country’s economic hub, Vietnam has been one of the few major trading partners for the region for a long time.
While Vietnam’s exports to the rest of the world amount to $1.3 trillion, a large chunk of that comes from its investments in South East Asia.
Vietnam is a major exporter of rice, wheat, soybeans, and fruit and vegetables.
It’s also the world’s fourth-largest producer of oil, and it accounts for about two-thirds of the total petroleum produced in the world.
The country is also a major producer of copper, iron, and gold.
The main export of Vietnam to the U.S. is manufactured cars, but a growing number of Vietnamese people are choosing to buy American products instead of imports.
The country’s foreign exchange reserves are about $10 billion, but its exports to China and the United States account for more than 70 percent of that.
Vietnam imports a lot of products from China, and its economy is growing rapidly.
The average Vietnamese household earns more than $4,000 per year.
The most popular products in Vietnam are rice, vegetables, and meat.
The main trade hubs for the Southeast Asian region are Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Malaysia has been a major export-oriented country for decades, and the country has been expanding its influence in the region.
In 2013, it began selling petroleum products, including petroleum products and natural gas, to Vietnam.
Its biggest exports to Southeast Asia include automotive, computer equipment, and pharmaceuticals.
The state-owned state-run company Vodafone is one of Malaysia’s biggest energy suppliers.
The state-controlled oil company Petronas has a major presence in the Southeast Asia region, and is one the countrys largest oil and gas companies.
Malaysia is the third-largest oil exporter in the entire world, and Malaysia is one by far the biggest oil producer in Southeast Asia.
The vast majority of the petroleum produced by Malaysia is exported to Southeast Asian countries.
Malaysia also has an economic relationship with Vietnam.
The biggest export of Malaysia to Southeast countries is petroleum products.
Malaysia imports about 80 percent of the nations petroleum.
Petronas is one a major energy supplier to Vietnam and the Philippines.
The company has more than 40,000 employees and is responsible for a wide range of activities.
It provides energy and electrical generation and transmission, and provides telecommunications services to the nation.
Vietnam and Vietnam share a strategic partnership in energy and the Philippine government is keen to expand its relationship with Petron as well.
The largest market for petroleum products is the Middle East, and Qatar is the country most frequently visited by Vietnamese exporters.
Qatar is also one of Vietnam’s major trading partner, and this is largely because of its position as the main gateway to the Persian Gulf.
Qatar’s main export to Southeast Asians is petroleum.
In addition to the Gulf and Persian Gulf markets, Vietnam is also the main exporter to South East Asian countries like Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia.
Thailand has become the second-largest importer of petroleum products to Southeast Southeast Asia after Qatar, and Thailand is the largest exporter for Thai-Vientiane, Vietnam’s second-biggest trading partner.
In 2018, Vietnam exported about $8 billion to the Philippines, its largest export.
That number represents a significant portion of the country s total petroleum exports, and a major component of the Philippines’ gross domestic product.
Vietnam has a large oil and natural-gas industry, and many of its companies are in the oil and mining sectors.
Thailand is also looking to expand their relationship with the Philippines to boost its economy and its exports.
The Philippines is Vietnam’s biggest trading partner and is the worlds second-highest exporter.2.
Thailand’s major oil and petroleum export market is in Vietnam.
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Thailand is the second biggest exporter and the largest oil-producing country in Southeast Asian.
It exports about $3.5 trillion worth of petroleum and other products to countries in the Middle and East, Asia Pacific, and Europe.
In 2017, Thailand exported more than 6,500,000 barrels of oil and $1 trillion worth (roughly $200 billion) worth of natural gas to the Middle Eastern