Promoting sustainable economic development in Mekong Delta

Promoting sustainable economic development in Mekong Delta

Many hot topics were discussed at the Mekong Connect 2022 Forum including measures to improve the quality of integration in science, technology, and innovation.
Strong GDP growth supports rebounding M&A market

Strong GDP growth supports rebounding M&A market

Vietnam's economy is expected to grow by 8 per cent this year and 6.5 per cent next year, creating a pedestal for investment and business activities, especially the M&A market.
PC1 weathers recession and maintains positive growth

PC1 weathers recession and maintains positive growth

According to PC1 Group JSC's aggregate figures for its production and business activities for the first 10 months of 2022, it has recorded positive results.
Thai electronic exports forecast to grow 4.1pc in 2022

Thai electronic exports forecast to grow 4.1pc in 2022

The Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) projects exports of Thai electronic products will rise by a modest 4.1pc this year from 4.22 billion USD earned in 2021.
PAN Group achieves outstanding growth in Q1

PAN Group achieves outstanding growth in Q1

The PAN Group JSC made impressive growth in the first quarter, recording net revenue and profit after tax of around $128 million and $7 million respectively.
Trajectory uncertain for Vietnam’s growth

Trajectory uncertain for Vietnam’s growth

Headwinds to Vietnam’s positive growth outlook are rising as a result of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, and risks from a slowdown in many of the country’s key trade partners are weighted to the downside.
Fitch rates Vietnam at “BB”, with positive outlook

Fitch rates Vietnam at “BB”, with positive outlook

Fitch Ratings has affirmed Vietnam’s long-term foreign-currency issuer default rating (IDR) at “BB” with a positive outlook.
2022 outlook: Solid path to growth

2022 outlook: Solid path to growth

According to data released by the General Statistics Office (GSO), Vietnam recorded a 2.58 per cent GDP growth rate last year, making it one of the very few countries with a growth rate lower than 2020. This is unsurprising, as the nation went through an extended lockdown in the second half of last year, causing serious economic ramifications.
Eye of the tiger can inspire path to growth

Eye of the tiger can inspire path to growth

Vietnam has stepped into 2022 with great expectations that the forthcoming year could lay the groundwork to cement the country’s growth trajectory in the Year of the Tiger. Senior economist Nguyen Tri Hieu delves into notable points of development scenarios.
Outlook for improved growth in new year

Outlook for improved growth in new year

Last year, I was overly optimistic about the time it would take to control the pandemic and to ease domestic and international travel restrictions. But despite continuing uncertainties, the prospects for the Vietnamese economy have improved since the 6.02 per cent contraction in the very difficult Q3 of 2021, and there are now reasons to be cautiously optimistic about the prospects for a return to stronger economic performance in 2022.
Remarks by PM Pham Minh Chinh at Vietnam-WEF Country Strategy Dialogue 2021

Remarks by PM Pham Minh Chinh at Vietnam-WEF Country Strategy Dialogue 2021

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on October 29 co-chaired the WEF’s Country Strategic Dialogue on Vietnam 2021 for the first time via videoconference at the invitation of WEF Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab. The following is the translation of his full remarks at the event.
Protracted restrictions put main growth drivers at risk

Protracted restrictions put main growth drivers at risk

A continued trade deficit over the past few months and an expected drop caused by the global health crisis in inflows of foreign investment are unlikely to weaken Vietnam’s external position this year.
Crafting specific measures to ensure top-quality growth

Crafting specific measures to ensure top-quality growth

Despite numerous obstacles caused by global supply disruptions due to the prolonged health crisis, the Vietnamese economy continues to stride forward.
Growth goals remain on track as coronavirus rears head

Growth goals remain on track as coronavirus rears head

The government has intensified  measures to bring the health crisis under control and ensure positive economic growth this year.
Indian tourists to Vietnam increase

Indian tourists to Vietnam increase

India climbed into the top 16 markets with the highest number of visitors to Vietnam in 2019.
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