Cautious targets outlined for 2023

Cautious targets outlined for 2023

The Vietnamese economy is expected to sail forward thanks in part to a boost in domestic consumption and production, which will continue being among prime priorities set by the government to hit its new growth target.
Prospects of sustained growth and success

Prospects of sustained growth and success

Vietnam is ushering in 2023 with new prospects on the horizon and challenges aplenty. Senior economist Raymond Mallon writes about the developments, risks, and opportunities for the Vietnamese economy in the new year.
What might the Vietnamese economy look like in 2023?

What might the Vietnamese economy look like in 2023?

In 2022, Vietnam’s economy recorded many achievements, but there are still many obstacles such as the unstable global situation and inadequacy in the economy.
Encouraging signs for 2023

Encouraging signs for 2023

A rebound in trade and local production is expected to drive the Vietnamese economy in the year ahead following positive growth in 2022.
Navigating multiplied risks to ensure a brighter economy

Navigating multiplied risks to ensure a brighter economy

Flexible policies and a successful COVID-19 vaccination campaign have resulted in impressive progress in Vietnam’s economic prospects this year.
Expectations positive for growth trajectory

Expectations positive for growth trajectory

The Vietnamese economy has been gradually bouncing back thanks to the government’s major efforts to curb the pandemic and remove obstructions to progress for enterprises.
Vietnam sustains stature as global manufacturing hub: Taiwanese media

Vietnam sustains stature as global manufacturing hub: Taiwanese media

An article recently posted on digitimes.com.tw, a media outlet of Taiwan (China), has said despite a year full of challenges in 2021, the Vietnamese economy has not been hampered by supply chains disruptions but sustains its positive outlook and stature as a global manufacturing hub in 2022.
Fingers crossed for upwards trajectory in economic growth

Fingers crossed for upwards trajectory in economic growth

Although the emergence of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus threatens economic recovery, foreign experts still hold belief in the strong rebound of the Vietnamese economy in 2022.
Overcoming hardships by boosting trade and production

Overcoming hardships by boosting trade and production

A rebound in trade and domestic production is expected to continue driving the Vietnamese economy in the new year, after it reaped positive growth in 2021, with an expected top position in ASEAN in economic performance for 2022.
Hardships overcome with diplomacy

Hardships overcome with diplomacy

With the contributions of the diplomatic sector, the Vietnamese economy has reaped a raft of achievements in expanding trade networks and foreign capital sources. In the coming time, foreign affairs under the direction of the 13th National Party Congress will help further enhance the country’s international prestige.
German journal highlights Vietnamese stock market’s prospects

German journal highlights Vietnamese stock market’s prospects

German securities news site Börse-online.de on November 22 ran an article highlighting the high prospect of the stock market of Vietnam and the Vietnamese economy after COVID-19, underlining that the Southeast Asian country may grow 8 percent next year.
Key drivers to fortify economic upswing

Key drivers to fortify economic upswing

A rebound in trade and domestic production is expected to continue driving the Vietnamese economy next year.
Vietnam remains attractive investment destination: Report

Vietnam remains attractive investment destination: Report

Vietnam is still seen as an attractive destination and the problems of 2021 do not mean that foreign investors will turn away, according to a recent report by Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA).
The right time to fully reopen the economy

The right time to fully reopen the economy

People and businesses in the southern growth engine of Ho Chi Minh City are yearning for daily life to resume, but is it the right time? Professor Dr. Tran Ngoc Tho from Ho Chi Minh City Economics University elaborated on the issues with VIR’s Nguyen Hong.
Social distancing orders take toll on economic prospects

Social distancing orders take toll on economic prospects

The health crisis is becoming increasingly complex and expected to continue drawing a grey economic picture in the region.
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