Investing perception improving for Japan

Investing perception improving for Japan

Vietnam’s GDP success so far this year has been highlighted by the business community, demonstrating the country’s drastic efforts to reach the dual goals of controlling the coronavirus pandemic while maintaining economic development.
First-quarter growth fairly impressive

First-quarter growth fairly impressive

Pham The Anh, chief economist from the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research shares why first-quarter growth was truly encouraging.
Growth indicators to ensure an optimistic scenario

Growth indicators to ensure an optimistic scenario

Striving to achieve a GDP growth rate of 6.5 per cent by the end of 2021 is both a goal and a pressure for Vietnam, the outcome of which strongly depends on a further recovery of domestic purchasing power and international trade and travel.
Ripple effect of US fiscal stimulus to Vietnam’s growth

Ripple effect of US fiscal stimulus to Vietnam’s growth

The passage of the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 aid package in the United States will significantly and directly benefit Vietnam’s GDP growth and exports, and may also indirectly help boost stock prices in Vietnam. 
Vietnam's GDP growth rate may expand at 5.8 per cent

Vietnam's GDP growth rate may expand at 5.8 per cent 1

The VEPR estimated Vietnam's GDP growth at 5.6-5.8 per cent – or 1.8-2 per cent if the worst comes to pass.
High hopes for economic advances

High hopes for economic advances

Despite enduring a heavy toll caused by the global health crisis in 2020, the Vietnamese economy is expected to drive forward strongly thanks in part to a boost in domestic consumption and investment, which will continue being among prime priorities set by the government to achieve its new growth goal.
RCEP can rejuvenate economy across Asia-Pacific

RCEP can rejuvenate economy across Asia-Pacific

The newly-inked Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) represents the world’s largest trading bloc by economic value and population. But what does this mean for signatories as the region looks to a post-pandemic future?
Forestalling impending deflation risk

Forestalling impending deflation risk

After a year when inflation was nosediving to threaten a dip below the zero mark by the end of 2020, several Ministry of Finance experts agree that stimulus measures are necessary to turn the curve around and achieve healthy socioeconomic growth with a stable inflation rate in 2021.
Annual targets for 2021 tough but achievable

Annual targets for 2021 tough but achievable

The rate of public investment disbursement in 2020 was the highest in the last five years, contributing to enhancing economic growth and enabling Vietnam to be one of the highest-growth economies worldwide.
Collective economy, cooperatives directly contribute 4.8pct to national GDP (Infographics)

Collective economy, cooperatives directly contribute 4.8pct to national GDP (Infographics)

The collective economy and cooperative contribute directly 4.8 percent to the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
High hopes for 2021 as GDP goals defined

High hopes for 2021 as GDP goals defined

Despite the difficulties the pandemic and the global recession have imposed on Vietnam’s economic growth, the country’s government is determined to follow its plan of raising GDP growth well above the 6 per cent marker in 2021, thereby laying the foundation for even higher growth rates in the next few years.
Evaluating and estimating state budget to reduce deficit and increase efficiency

Evaluating and estimating state budget to reduce deficit and increase efficiency

According to Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung’s latest report delivered recently at the National Assembly (NA), Vietnam achieved most of its financial goals in the last four years, including for 2020.
Vietnam's GDP growth rate reaches nearly 3 per cent in 2020

Vietnam's GDP growth rate reaches nearly 3 per cent in 2020

Vietnam has come out on top of the COVID-19 pandemic with the GDP growth rate of nearly 3 per cent, listed among the top 10 economies with the highest growth.
Vietnam’s GDP growth estimated at 2.91 pct this year

Vietnam’s GDP growth estimated at 2.91 pct this year

Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) this year is expected to grow by 2.91 percent compared to 2019, according to Director General of the General Statistics Office (GSO) Nguyen Thi Huong.
ADB forecasts Vietnam GDP growth at 2.3 per cent in 2020

ADB forecasts Vietnam GDP growth at 2.3 per cent in 2020

The ADB has revised its forecast for Vietnam’s economic growth this year to 2.3 per cent, compared to its earlier forecast of 1.8 per cent in September.
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