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What will it take for Vietnam to get a future credit rating upgrade?
Minh An 16:14, 2020/09/01
The importance of macro stability for the country to foster healthy economic growth.

Sagarika Chandra, associate director, Asia-Pacific sovereign ratings at Fitch Ratings, highlights the necessary measures Vietnam needs to take to potentially get a ratings upgrade in the future.

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