Vietnam's economic growth forecast lowered for 2021

Vietnam's economic growth forecast lowered for 2021

Vietnam's GDP growth forecast has been downgraded by Standard Chartered and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) by 0.2 and 0.9 percentage points, respectively.
Top priority should be put on the pillars of the economy

Top priority should be put on the pillars of the economy

Associate Prof Dr. Tran Dinh Thien, director of the Institute of Economics, shared what Vietnam's economic priorities should be for economic recovery.
New report shows potential 20 per cent GDP gain via connecting schools

New report shows potential 20 per cent GDP gain via connecting schools

Nations with low broadband connectivity have the potential to realise an increase in GDP by up to 20 per cent by connecting schools to the internet.
Taking radical measures for highest possible GDP growth

Taking radical measures for highest possible GDP growth

Le Trung Hieu, director general of the System of National Accounts Department highlights the need to take radical measures for optimal GDP growth amid COVID-19.
Vietnam's GDP estimated to increase 5.64 per cent in first half

Vietnam's GDP estimated to increase 5.64 per cent in first half

Vietnam's GDP in the first six months is estimated to rise by 5.64 per cent, significantly higher than in the same period last year.
Varied solutions available to contain pandemic impacts

Varied solutions available to contain pandemic impacts

The Vietnamese economy has proved to be resilient so far this year, with its relatively positive performance.
Vietnam’s growth to bounce back after restrictions are lifted

Vietnam’s growth to bounce back after restrictions are lifted

Despite COVID-19, Vietnam’s growth outlook remains optimistic and the economy is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels by the second half.
Vietnam’s GDP growth to shoot up to 6.7 per cent in 2021 and 7.3 per cent in 2022

Vietnam’s GDP growth to shoot up to 6.7 per cent in 2021 and 7.3 per cent in 2022

Standard Chartered Bank forecasts that Vietnam’s GDP growth will accelerate to 6.7 per cent in 2021 and 7.3 per cent in 2022.
Vietnam's GDP growth could reach 6.76 per cent in 2021-2023

Vietnam's GDP growth could reach 6.76 per cent in 2021-2023

If breakthroughs in institutional reform succeed, along with proper fiscal and monetary easing measures carried out at the right time, annual GDP growth reach 6.76 per cent in 2021-2023.
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.
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