yes you can see a flow information from VRF in the netflow export. "packets" is not right word. You can see information about flow - source&destination IP, # bytes, # packets, src/dst interfaces, ports, protocol, etc.
We are in the midst of some NetFlow research with VRF as well. Ingress, Egress, etc. we support it, but more specifically, we are trying to learn more about the types of reports people want access to. So I have a rhetorical for you "what reports do you want beyond 'packets' or 'flow'? Do you need to see any MPLS details?
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