Will international stress disrupt Vietnam’s economic recovery?

Will international stress disrupt Vietnam’s economic recovery?

With COVID-19 retreating, a return to normal was expected to happen soon around the world. Unfortunately, we are not yet there. Key macroeconomic disruptions stand in the way of the recovery: high inflation, surging commodity prices, supply shortages, tighter US monetary policy, and reduced fiscal support.
Bracing for impact of Omicron variant

Bracing for impact of Omicron variant

The world is entering the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic and there is no definitive end in sight. Patrick Lenain, assistant director at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, analyses the prospects of Vietnam dealing with the latest variant and its ability to restart the economy in 2022.
Evergrande case and its implications for Vietnam’s future property development

Evergrande case and its implications for Vietnam’s future property development

Although Evergrande Group’s debt crisis has not ended, its domino effect still haunts the entire Chinese economy and the global market. Patrick Lenain, assistant director at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, shares his thoughts on the lessons and implications for Vietnam from this case.
How to reopen safely after a pandemic

How to reopen safely after a pandemic

Tragically, COVID-19 has already killed three million people worldwide, and the current wave of infections driven by the contagious Delta variant raises serious concerns in Vietnam.