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IMF: Vietnam's economy set to grow at 6.5% this year

17:42 | 08/04/2021

Vietnam’s GDP growth rate is forecast to rise by 6.5% this year, a figure which is higher than the global average of 6%, before climbing to 7.2% in 2022, according to data released in the latest World Economic Outlook report compiled by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Vietnam making greater efforts towards a year of economic growth

Vietnam making greater efforts towards a year of economic growth

17:02 | 01/03/2021

The Ministry of Planning and Investment has made a draft report on additional evaluation of the implementation of the socio-economic development plan in 2020 to collect comments from ministries, sectors and localities. The report’s latest data update shows that the implementation of many targets is better than the estimate reported to the National Assembly.

International media commends Vietnam’s economic growth

International media commends Vietnam’s economic growth

07:28 | 29/12/2020

International media has attributed Vietnam’s economic growth at 2.91 percent this year to the country’s success in containing the COVID-19 pandemic, and timely support policies towards people and businesses.

ADB lifts Vietnam’s economic growth forecast to 2.3% this year

ADB lifts Vietnam’s economic growth forecast to 2.3% this year

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.

Positive growth in transporting through Vietnam ports

Positive growth in transporting through Vietnam ports

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)    

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