Will international stress disrupt Vietnam’s economic recovery?

Will international stress disrupt Vietnam’s economic recovery?

With COVID-19 retreating, a return to normal was expected to happen soon around the world. Unfortunately, we are not yet there. Key macroeconomic disruptions stand in the way of the recovery: high inflation, surging commodity prices, supply shortages, tighter US monetary policy, and reduced fiscal support.
Australia and Vietnam bulk up partnerships

Australia and Vietnam bulk up partnerships

Australia’s ongoing assistance to Vietnam’s economic recovery and green development, as well as extended collaboration under the Australia-Vietnam Strategic Partnership, were discussed during the official visit last week to Vietnam of the Australian minister for both foreign affairs and women.
Economic status hinges on reopening

Economic status hinges on reopening

Protecting lives and maintaining economic growth in a careful balancing act, the government’s pace of economic reopening will define Vietnam’s economic outlook and foreign investment prospects.
Steadying the economic ship

Steadying the economic ship

Despite numerous challenges making dents in all trade and investment activities, Vietnam’s economic growth quality has seen significant improvements over the past five years in general, eliciting praise from the National Assembly Standing Committee and high-profile international organisations.
Franchising landscape in Vietnam transformed by global pandemic

Franchising landscape in Vietnam transformed by global pandemic

By now, everyone and anyone will have heard of COVID-19 and its terrible impact on society and the global economy. According to a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) report, Vietnam’s economic growth rate will slow sharply in 2020 to 4.8 per cent as a direct result of the crisis.
New growth model for new decade

New growth model for new decade

In 2019, foreign direct investment attraction was a bright spot of Vietnam’s economic picture. It is expected to continue being one of the vital drivers of the country’s growth this year and beyond. Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung provides an in-depth look into how FDI has and will greatly contribute to the nation’s prosperity.
Swift digital revolution drives Vietnam’s economic  growth

Swift digital revolution drives Vietnam’s economic  growth

Vietnam’s rapid digital transformation demand is building new pathways for businesses. However, in order to translate these into real success stories, numerous obstructions will need to be removed.