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Vietnam consumer prices predicted to continue downward trend in March
Food and medical items are seen as major factors driving up inflation rate in March.
18:22, 2020/22/10
Vietnam should adopt neutral monetary policy
Using monetary policy to stimulate demand in the case of Vietnam could cause inflation, said an economist.
22:41, 2020/41/18
Covid-19 outbreak predicted to lower inflation in Vietnam to 5.76% in Feb
Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) growth in February is predicted to drop to 0.46% month-on-month and 5.10% year-on-year.
16:42, 2020/42/30
Tet responsible for Hanoi’s low industrial production in January
The mining industry’s output decreased by 18.2% month-on-month and 32.1% year-on-year, while the manufacturing and processing industry declined by 25.4% and 15.4%, respectively.
16:09, 2020/09/16
Vietnam would struggle to reach GDP target in 2020: Expert
Higher inflationary pressure, unstable crude oil and gas prices from geopolitical tension and the ongoing US – China trade war are among major risks to Vietnam’s economy this year.
17:28, 2020/28/08
Vietnam to imports 100,000 tons of pork in Q1 to offset shortage
As of December 2019, the nation’s hog herd shrank by 25.5% year-on-year due to the impact of African swine fever.
16:34, 2019/34/28
Vietnam 2019 inflation hits 3-year low at 2.79%
The consumer price index (CPI) saw an increase of 1.4% in December against the previous month, the highest growth rate for December over the last nine years.
14:43, 2019/43/24
State firms make up 5% of total corporate loans in Vietnam
A major proportion of bank loans are provided for the business community, particularly the private sector and individuals.
10:46, 2019/46/05
Pork prices to make huge impact on Vietnam’s CPI in 2020
Vietnam’s inflation in 2020 is forecast to hit 3.5%, higher than the government’s estimated 3.17 – 3.41% in 2019, while the pressure will build up right at the beginning of next year.
13:25, 2019/25/30
Vietnam's November living cost rises most in 9 years on pork shortage
The CPI increased 2.57% year-on-year in the first eleven months of 2019, the lowest growth rate for a eleven-month period over the last three years.
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