31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
79% Vietnamese consumers in favor of government’s initiative towards cashless society
Nearly 75% of Vietnamese consumers expect cashless payment to grow further in the next 12 months.
11:39, 2020/39/14
IMF trims Vietnam GDP growth forecast to 1.6% in 2020
The country would remain the only one with positive growth among five major economies in ASEAN, and its economic growth would rebound to 6.7% in 2021.
14:26, 2020/26/30
Vietnam, Indonesia destined for Suga's first overseas trip as Japan's PM
Suga continues the predecessor's foreign policy which is based on the concept of a free and open Indo-Pacific.
23:51, 2020/51/22
Vietnam aims to have locally-made cars: Deputy PM
The government has changed its development strategy for the automobile industry, given the fact that it’s not feasible to produce one entire car in Vietnam.
23:55, 2020/55/19
Vietnam car imports surge over 85% in August
This marked the rise in number of imported cars to Vietnam in two consecutive months, following a 34% increase in July.
12:49, 2020/49/10
Vietnam recovery prospects remain brightest in Southeast Asia: ICAEW
In 2020, Vietnam’s GDP growth is set to hit 2.3% and then rebound strongly to 8% in 2021.
08:34, 2020/34/08
Vietnam economy may surpass Thailand, Indonesia soon: Expert
As a production hubs of world major tech firms such as Samsung, Vietnam is capable of manufacturing sophisticated products with high technological content, said an expert.
13:33, 2020/33/28
Vietnam moves up 2 places in UN’s E-Government Development Index
As many as 70.35% of Vietnamese people have access to Internet, a significant increase from the 46.5% in 2018.
15:46, 2020/46/17
Thailand, Indonesia stand as Vietnam major car exporters in July
In July, Vietnam imported nearly 4,800 cars worth US$108 million, up 34% month-on-month in volume and 10% in value.
10:49, 2020/49/17
Vietnam stock market remains bright spot in Southeast Asia amid Covid-19
Foreign investors are returning to the market with its net outflow narrowing from VND12 trillion (US$520 million) since its March bottom to VND1.8 trillion (US$78 million) as of mid-August.
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