Vietnam’s economic outlook through prism of int’l experts
Much remains to be done for Vietnam to reach the goal of becoming a developed country by 2045, but it is moving in the right direction.
14:35, 2022/35/27Vietnam among fastest growing economies in East Asia – Pacific region: WB
The GDP growth would rebound to 7.2% in 2022 and moderate to 6.7% in 2023.
17:51, 2022/51/17Vietnam stands firm on economic recovery: WB
The World Bank recommended that the government remain vigilant about inflation risks associated with food and basic prices.
18:18, 2022/18/08Vietnam’s GDP growth set to expand 7.5% in 2022: World Bank
In long term, transforming the higher education system will be key to boosting Vietnam’s productivity and helping achieve its goal of becoming a high-income country by 2045.
13:59, 2022/59/20Vietnam seeks World Bank’s support in soft infrastructure development
Better law-making would help Vietnam better adapt to changes in the region and the world.
11:50, 2022/50/19WB to strengthen cooperation with Vietnam in strategic fields
Vietnam will finalize its legal framework to build an independent and self-reliant economy, with high resilience against external shocks in global integration, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has said.
20:22, 2022/22/14Climate change may cost Vietnam 14.5% of GDP by 2050: WB
With the right mix of policies and strategies, Vietnam can leverage its decarbonization efforts to advance development objectives so that achieving net zero emissions does not reduce GDP growth.
10:12, 2022/12/08Vietnam’s inflation under control: IMF
Vietnam’s prudent policies resulted in a prolonged period of high growth, price stability, and low public debt-to-GDP ratios.
20:41, 2022/41/18Effective policy implementation crucial for Vietnam to reach high-income status by 2045: WB
Institutions have become a major impediment to the nation’s aspiration to reach high income by 2045.
14:27, 2022/27/16FDI inflows to Vietnam remain resilient despite global uncertainty: World Bank
The disbursement of approved FDI projects increased by 8.7% year-on-year in March, the fourth month of increase as post-Covid-19 lockdown constraints ease.