Learning from others in national control of inflation

Learning from others in national control of inflation

Utilising lessons learnt and the flexible management of fiscal and monetary policies, Vietnam may easily avoid the risk of inflation, despite the sharp increase in the cost of logistics, materials, and fuel.
Considering the implications of fiscal reformations

Considering the implications of fiscal reformations

To cope with the ongoing pandemic, the central banks of many nations have significantly expanded their balance sheets by using non-traditional monetary policies by increasing money for purchasing government bonds and even corporate bonds.
Monetary policies narrow after rate dip

Monetary policies narrow after rate dip

As interest rates have fallen dramatically during the first 10 months of the year, the State Bank of Vietnam’s leeway for monetary policy has been squeezed to a great extent, with likely solutions possible to foster growth of the public and private sectors while focusing on industries and services with highest development priority. 
Central bank to adjust monetary policies to weather pandemic

Central bank to adjust monetary policies to weather pandemic

The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) announced it could adjust monetary policies, including credit growth and incentives, in the remaining months of the year to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fiscal, monetary policies to be more proactive, flexible

Fiscal, monetary policies to be more proactive, flexible

Fiscal and monetary tools and policies should be governed in a more proactive and flexible manner from now to year’s end in order to maintain macro-economic stability and boost growth, according to the National Advisory Council on Financial and Monetary Policies.
Learning to look on the bright side

Learning to look on the bright side

Economic experts are chewing over the best-case scenarios for monetary and fiscal policies in 2013.
An A-Z to get economy moving

An A-Z to get economy moving

National Financial and Monetary Policy Advisory Council member Tran Du Lich suggests ways to unblock credit flows and tackle bank bad debts to brighten the economic picture.
Equity market: who dares wins

Equity market: who dares wins

To date, most regional indices have strongly recovered and returned to the heights of 2007-2008 before the global financial crisis struck.