12th Vietnam-France decentrialized cooperation conference 31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Effective institutional reforms to help Vietnam GDP growth of 6.76%
Easing monetary and fiscal policies in combination with institutional reforms are the way for Vietnam to ensure sustainable and rapid economic growth amid global uncertainties.
07:37, 2021/37/16
Experts confident Vietnam to realize 6.5% GDP growth target in 2021
Experts have said that Vietnam should further focus on administrative reform and improve the existing legislation framework to boost economic growth this year.
17:39, 2021/39/26
Vietnam needs a task force to promote business environment reform
The reform for the business environment is required to bring benefits for local businesses and people in the coming time.
20:15, 2021/15/20
Vietnam faces risk of rising trade deficit with RCEP members
There could be a shift in trade movement as Vietnam’s trading advantage against China is diminished given the presence of the RCEP.
05:41, 2020/41/03
Second stimulus package needs to focus on most affected sectors
Mass support for the business community, including too ailing businesses, could lead to unnecessary debt burden for the economy.
08:15, 2020/15/11
Economic reforms remain crucial for Vietnam to weather Covid-19 crisis: Expert
If the world's GDP growth decreases by one percentage point, Vietnam's export expansion would fall by four percentage points, but the decline in 2020 seems to be even more serious.
16:58, 2020/58/29
Keeping positive economic growth would be a success for Vietnam: Expert
The Covid-19 resurgence in July deals a further blow to the business community and the overall recovery efforts.
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%.
11:11, 2020/11/10
Stronger government support needed for Covid-19-hit businesses: Expert
It would be more efficient if the government could waive and delay tax payments for one to three years, said a senior local economist.
19:19, 2020/19/01
Specific criteria needed for Vietnam to attract FDI into priority areas
The quality of state management and administrative procedures are the top concerns of the business community, not only the progress of cutting red tape, said an expert.
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