31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
NA approves 6.5-7% GDP growth target for next five years
Manufacturing and processing continue to be key driving forces for the growth, making up 25% of the GDP.
16:22, 2021/22/16
Vietnam GDP growth predicted to hit 6.2% in 2021: CIEM
A flexible approach in managing the twin goal helped the country keep the economy intact in the most complicated Covid-19 outbreak yet.
17:04, 2021/04/14
Vietnam to keep public debt at 60% of GDP in next 5 years
The government expects a budget deficit of $86.7 billion, or 3.7% of the GDP, in the next five-year period.
11:29, 2021/29/07
ADB approves US$4.6 million technical assistance for Vietnam's private sector
The private sector is expected to play a key role in driving the country forward in the upcoming decade.
16:34, 2021/34/01
Flexible approach needed between Covid-19 fight and economic recovery: PM
Depending on the actual situation of each province/city, priority should be given for containing the pandemic, boosting growth, or both, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has said.
14:06, 2021/06/01
Hanoi launches phase 2 of 2021 national economic census
Hanoi is set to publish the survey result in December 2021 and the official figure in February 2022.
21:35, 2021/35/09
Vietnam GDP growth in 2021 projected to exceed government’s expectation: World Bank
Vietnam has been successful in containing Covid-19 and has benefited from fiscal measures supporting public investment and robust foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows.
07:27, 2021/27/09
Digital economy - decisive factor to realize 6.5%-GDP growth target: Expert
During and after the pandemic, the digital economy should be at the center of economic policies for Vietnam in the post-pandemic period.
13:09, 2021/09/08
Vietnam Gov’t to borrow US$75 billion
In 2021, the government would borrow VND624.22 trillion (US$27.2 billion), including VND527.35 trillion (US$23 billion) from domestic source.
12:57, 2021/57/06
Vietnam's new leaders expected to adopt opening-up policies: Int’l media
Vietnam’s leadership renewal marks a combination of experience and freshness, a suitable formula for Vietnam’s planned transition towards developed status by 2045.
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