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Digitization could add billions to Vietnam GDP: official

Vietnam could add $162 billion to its GDP in 20 years’ time by turning its economy digital, says a deputy minister. 

Moody’s ups Vietnam’s credit rating, deems government debt stable

Moody’s has upgraded its outlook on Vietnam from positive to stable, assessing that government debt will stay at moderate levels.

IMF report calls for reforms to mitigate economic risks

Vietnam needs to achieve fiscal consolidation and improve its public debt situation to face possible economic challenges, the International Monetary Fund has said.
July 19, 2018 | 10:28 am GMT+7

Vietnam’s GDP growth to slow after record performance in Q1: Deputy PM

The government is concerned about lack of breakthrough factors to further boost the economy.
May 21, 2018 | 06:00 pm GMT+7

China 2018 GDP growth still seen slowing to 6.5 percent despite upbeat first quarter view

The biggest risk to China’s economy is rising trade frictions with the U.S.
April 17, 2018 | 08:32 am GMT+7

Vietnam insistent in chasing growth with mining despite concerns

The trade ministry plans to increase oil and gas revenues by 8-10 percent this year.
June 02, 2017 | 10:46 am GMT+7

Vietnam may miss growth target this year: officials

The economy is likely to expand 6.3 percent, lower than the previous forecast of 6.7 percent, they say.
October 01, 2016 | 10:30 am GMT+7

Vietnam unlikely to achieve inflation target this year: experts

The planned jump in health care and education prices in the second half is expected to put upward pressure on inflation.
July 08, 2016 | 07:47 am GMT+7

CIA delves into Vietnam's economy

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has evaluated numerous aspects of Vietnam’s economy, including GDP growth, labor force, current account balance, budget, imports, exports and exchange rates.
May 23, 2016 | 12:03 pm GMT+7

China's 2016 defence budget to slow in line with economy

BEIJING - China's defence budget this year is likely to rise at its slowest pace since 2010, in line with the decelerating economy, by a much lower figure than had been expected, although it probably does not represent the true spending number.
March 04, 2016 | 06:54 pm GMT+7
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