Setting the priorities for Vietnamese people to thrive

Setting the priorities for Vietnamese people to thrive

By any standards, the pace of Vietnam’s development has been extraordinary.
Economy on course to be stronger than projected

Economy on course to be stronger than projected

We expect Vietnam’s GDP to grow by 7.5 per cent in 2022 but would not be surprised if it grows at an even faster pace, driven by robust rebounds in Vietnam’s domestic consumption and construction activity, international tourism, and by the government’s $15 billion fiscal stimulus package.
Long-term focus crucial in face of quarterly GDP drop

Long-term focus crucial in face of quarterly GDP drop

The GDP growth target for the entire year is under threat unless the fourth quarter can record a high figure to compensate for the past nine months.
Existential crisis bearing down on  Ho Chi Minh City

Existential crisis bearing down on Ho Chi Minh City

The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the worst human health and economic crises. In Vietnam, it has hurt tens of millions of families, both physically and mentally. Ho Chi Minh City, which is home to migrant workers across the country and a major contributor t
Is Vietnam’s economy recovering from COVID-19? Ask female entrepreneurs

Is Vietnam’s economy recovering from COVID-19? Ask female entrepreneurs 1

Vietnam’s GDP grew 2.91 per cent in 2020 and, although lower than in recent years, it is a significant achievement considering many countries in the region are in economic freefall.