31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
WB downgrades Vietnam's economic growth forecast due to Covid-19 outbreak
The country still remains among the fastest-growing economies in East Asia and the Pacific, according to WB.
19:41, 2021/41/25
Vietnam bond market estimated at US$71 billion by Q1
On an annual basis, the bond market expanded 19.0% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2021, led by corporate bonds, which more than doubled during the quarter.
11:41, 2021/41/26
Vietnam GDP growth set to rebound to 6.6% in 2021: WB
Vietnam and China are the only two economies in East Asia and Pacific experiencing a V-shaped rebound where output has already surpassed pre-pandemic levels.
10:08, 2021/08/26
Vietnam bond market surges 32% to US$71 billion in 2020
Government and corporate bonds comprised 82.8% and 17.2% of the local currency bond market, respectively, at the end of December 2020.
16:58, 2020/58/25
Vietnam bond market posts strongest growth among emerging East Asia in 9 months
This growth was supported by expansion in both the government and corporate bond segments, stated the ADB.
11:19, 2020/19/30
Vietnam forecast to stay in top 10 remittance recipients in 2020
In the East Asian and Pacific region, Vietnam ranked third after China and the Philippines.
11:00, 2020/00/03
US advances Indo-Pacific agenda with Pompeo’s engagement
The vision of freedom of navigation in Pacific waters was promoted to challenge China's assertiveness in the South China Sea.
12:09, 2020/09/25
Vietnam bond market grows nearly 10% to US$57.6 billion in Q1
This is mainly due to the government bond segment growing 10.5% quarter-on-quarter in the first quarter, to reach US$53.3 billion.
13:49, 2020/49/31
Vietnam to remain fastest-growing developing economy in East Asia - Pacific 2020: WB
Over the medium term, Vietnam's growth is projected to rebound back to 7.5% in 2021 and converge at around 6.5%in 2022.
09:55, 2019/55/22
Vietnam needs US$10 billion a year for energy sector
The deputy PM said Vietnam needs to mobilize domestic financial sources and credits to develop 8,000 megawatts per year.
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