IMF trims Vietnam GDP growth forecast to 1.6% in 2020
The country would remain the only one with positive growth among five major economies in ASEAN, and its economic growth would rebound to 6.7% in 2021.
00:43, 2020/43/18
Vietnam GDP growth to reach 8.1% in 2021: Goldman Sachs
Goldman Sachs expected exports to be Vietnam’s major driving force for economic recovery.
17:30, 2020/30/29
Why Vietnam is the star of Southeast Asia
Emerging markets should be a good source of income in the years ahead, with emerging Asia looking most appealing, and Vietnam the standout performer.
17:19, 2020/19/10
Covid-19 impacts on Vietnam economy not fully reflected in 6-month data: CIEM
In the most optimistic scenario, Vietnam’s economy is predicted to expand 2.6% year-on-year, lower than the International Monetary Fund (IMF)'s forecast at 2.7%.
00:26, 2020/26/02
Vietnam’s economic growth may rebound to 5.5-7% in H2: UOB
UOB has trimmed their 2020 forecast for Vietnam to 3.5%, from 5.2% made earlier given the sharply weaker second-quarter performance.
07:56, 2020/56/30
Vietnam's success in containing Covid-19 offers roadmap for other developing countries
Era Dabla-Norris, Anne-Marie Gulde-Wolf, and Francois Painchaud, staff at the IMF Asia and Pacific Department, have offered their analysis of Vietnam's success in fighting Covid-19.
15:51, 2020/51/26
Vietnam GDP growth forecast in 2020 remains highest in Asia: IMF
The economy could be subject to a strong rebound of 7% in 2021.
05:15, 2020/15/16
Vietnam economy accelerates to get back to normal state
With the resumption of key economic sectors' activities, such as manufacturing, services and retail, Vietnam’s economy is accelerating to get back to its normal state.
10:56, 2020/56/06
PM Phuc lists 5 breakthroughs for Vietnam to achieve 5%-plus GDP growth in 2020
These breakthroughs in FDI attraction, export, domestic consumption, public and private investment, are what the economy should focus on to boost growth.
11:58, 2020/58/05
Vietnam to achieve economic growth higher than IMF’s 2.7% forecast: PM
As Vietnam has progressively contained the Covid-19 pandemic, the priority now should be to boost business and production activities, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
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