18:10 | 13/12/2020
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has raised its forecast for Vietnam's economic growth from 1.8% to 2.3% in 2020, thanks to the promotion of public investment, the revival of domestic consumption, the increase in trade exchanges, and the rapid recovery of neighboring countries.
Asian media: Vietnam seems to be an only bright spot in Asia balancing public health land economics amid Covid-19
11:06 | 06/12/2020
Vietnam continues receiving praises for efforts in the fight against Covid-19 pandemic.
07:17 | 03/12/2020
More than half (55 percent) of Vietnamese companies remain optimistic about growth, well above the global average (29 percent).
15:15 | 23/11/2020
Developing marine and coastal aquaculture towards commodity production, modernizing with high technology in application, promoting industrial offshore exploitation are the main directions for Vietnam's marine economic development by 2030.
06:56 | 23/07/2020
The news outlet moderndiplomacy.eu has recently published an article which points out Vietnam's economic momentum, describing the country as a perfect example for the economic growth post-Covid-19.
15:01 | 20/07/2020
Despite the Covid-19, the volume of goods passing through our ports in the first 7 months of 2020 is still on the growth. Specifically, the aggregated volume of goods transporting via our seaports reached 379.5 million tons. In which, the number of containers passing recorded at 11.8 Teus, grew 6% and 8% respectively compared to the same period for 2019. (VNF)
12:03 | 12/06/2020
Cristiano Ronaldo is well-known for his extraordinary technical and physical abilities in football playing enchanting his fans all over the world. In the field of economic development, Vietnam is also considered a star, similar to Cristiano Ronaldo on the pitch.
09:13 | 11/06/2020
Economic growth in the Asean region is estimated to rebound to an average 8 per cent in 2021 on the back of recovery in Chinese import demand and global trade. Viet Nam will emerge the least affected with its lead in unwinding measures as compared to other nations in ASEAN, although it is not immune to the sharp slowdown in trade flows.
17:34 | 04/06/2020
Economic ministers from ASEAN member nations convened an online meeting on June 4 to implement instructions from ASEAN leaders made at the Special ASEAN Summit on COVID-19 on April 14 and have adopted the Ha Noi Action Plan to beef up economic linkages and supply chains within the bloc amidst the complicated Covid-19 pandemic.
16:31 | 01/06/2020
When negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy have become clearer, and the economic losses have been basically measured, the Government proposed the National Assembly to consider lowering 2020 economic growth targets. According to experts, although the new goals were decreased, it is not easy to achieve them.
10:33 | 28/05/2020
The World Bank (WB) released a report on May 27, offering policy recommendations to help Vietnam maintain quality growth through more dynamic firms, more efficient infrastructure, skills, and a move toward a greener economy.
16:37 | 24/05/2020
Some economists have shared their opinions about Vietnam’s economic growth prospects with Germany's DW, a newspaper and TV channel as Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc called for greater efforts to restart the national economy aiming to achieve a GDP growth rate of over 5% during a conference featuring both domestic and foreign attendants.
The project office of Zhishan Foundation Taiwan coordinated with the fund for children in north-central Nghe An province to award scholarships for students.
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