Rough waters remain in fuel price pressure

Rough waters remain in fuel price pressure

Although the government is trying to reduce fuel prices, Vietnam’s producer and import prices are expected to continue rising, affecting domestic production and pressurising the government’s efforts to rein in inflation.
Vietnam ramps up ratification of EVIPA

Vietnam ramps up ratification of EVIPA

Despite Vietnam’s efforts to speed up ratification of the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement, some member states are being distracted by other massive issues, prolonging the time for investors from both sides to fully enjoy preferential incentives.
Support package creating momentum for growth

Support package creating momentum for growth

Vietnam’s economic growth is expected to stay at a positive level this year on the back of a national gigantic support package and normalisation of activities within the country.
Businesses get set for circular economy

Businesses get set for circular economy

Vietnam’s rapid economic growth has caused environmental challenges which have forced the nation to focus on fostering the development of a circular economy with less pollution and reused and recycled products.
Life injected into planning landscape

Life injected into planning landscape

Since the Law on Planning took effect in 2019, it has proved to be an effective tool for Vietnam to conduct its activities in service of socioeconomic development, with the country soon enacting and implementing its national master plan.
Nuclear return could charge climate goals

Nuclear return could charge climate goals

Nuclear energy is being suggested as one of the top solutions to help the country effectively achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.
Uncertainty clouds export environment

Uncertainty clouds export environment

Looming risks both in the domestic and global markets are posing challenges for Vietnam to reach its export target this year, which is lower than the realised record turnover of $336.3 billion last year.
Vietnam calls for more Greek involvement

Vietnam calls for more Greek involvement

An upcoming agreement on double taxation avoidance between Vietnam and Greece is expected to help the former to lure more investment from the south-eastern European country, with both sides set to increase their bilateral trade.
Rising business confidence propping up production

Rising business confidence propping up production

Despite continuing supply chain disruption, domestic industrial production is still on an uptrend, promising a brighter picture for economic growth in Vietnam.
Vietnam one to watch in regional recovery

Vietnam one to watch in regional recovery

With Southeast Asia witnessing a gradual economic recovery, Vietnam is showing its ability to bounce back as the strongest among regional nations by dint of its big coverage of vaccinations and foreign investment rising.
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