5 ngày trước
The government is being urged to find ways to improve the country’s labour productivity, which is a large condition for attracting more high-quality investment, which is now on a downtrend.
Vietnam has been slow in disbursement of official development assistance and foreign concessional loans this year, the government has acknowledged.
Technology prowess has brought multiple advantages to investors in the stock market, yet more perks are set to come in the forthcoming months.
ASEAN member states are pushing to upgrade agreements on the trade of goods and investment cooperation to help expand intra-bloc ties.
Vietnam’s weaker manufacturing performance has depressed imports of production inputs, with meagre global demand continuing to affect the country’s trade prospects.
The domestic export landscape is deemed to be on the right tack, but barriers remain up ahead in terms of overseas markets, which have dampened the situation over recent months.
An upgrade for a free trade deal between ASEAN and India is set to increase both countries’ trade turnover, as well as Indian investment into the Southeast Asian market.
Vietnam’s production and services are beginning to gain momentum, with expectations for a more positive recovery by the year’s end.
Vietnam’s industrial performance, which is the key economic growth pillar, is facing major challenges coupled with a reduction in business confidence, depressing the country’s economic prospects.
Vietnam is working on a fresh plan to mobilise resources for bringing emissions down to a net-zero level by mid-century, amid increased international interest in supporting the country.
Vietnam and Malaysia have confirmed a fresh cooperation framework for new sectors as part of their ongoing drive to expand bilateral trade.
Confidence among the business community is slowly bouncing back, supported by government efforts to provide a more business-friendly climate.
China is set to open its doors wider to Vietnamese exports and facilitate its big companies to invest heavily in Vietnam with high-quality projects.
Despite the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement’s eradication of tariffs for many export items into the EU market, meeting strict rules of origin continue to be a burden for firms to cash in on the deal’s benefits.
Vietnam is expected to continue witnessing a plunge in exports this year due to a drop in demand in key export markets.