31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Vietnam to raise capital expenditure to U$22.7 billion in 2022
The Government would focus on accelerating the progress of national projects, especially expressways, seaports, digital infrastructure, as well as those in fields of innovative startups in 2022.
13:15, 2020/15/06
Vietnam targets fiscal deficit of 3.7% of GDP in next five years
By 2025, Vietnam’s public debt is projected at 47.5% of the revised GDP (which is 25.4% higher than current method of GDP’s calculation), or 60.4% of the level before being revised.
14:40, 2020/40/15
Vietnam spends over US$752 million on Covid-19 fight
The government has set aside VND12.57 trillion (US$542.2 million) to support 12.65 million people directly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.
15:33, 2020/33/30
Vietnam’s consumer prices up 4.19% in Jan-Jun, highest in 5 years
Core inflation in the first six months of 2020 rose by 2.81% year-on-year.
10:51, 2020/51/09
Tax relief stimulus may inflate Vietnam's fiscal deficit in 2020: Fitch
Fitch Solutions’ deficit forecast is wider than the Ministry of Finance’s 5.0-5.1% deficit estimate.
10:30, 2020/30/16
Hanoi targets US$1.92 billion of capital expenditure in 2020
As of April 30, the disbursed amount of public investment was equivalent to 13.8% of the target, which remained slower than expected, said a Hanoi official.
17:36, 2019/36/31
Vietnam’s public debt trends down to 56.1% of GDP in 2019
Total capital expenditure in the 2016 – 2020 period would exceed the target of VND2,000 trillion (US$86.45 billion), accounting for 27 – 28% of total spending.
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