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Although the Vietnamese economy has been greatly affected by impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, that has tightened the labour supply, lowered industrial output, and disrupted agricultural value chains, the Asian ...
Vietnam’s real GDP would grow by 2.6 percent in 2020 and hit an 8.2 percent rebound next year, Fitch Solutions has forecast.
Vietnam’s economic growth rate in 2021 is anticipated to reach between 6% and 6.5%, according to a resolution adopted during the Government's recent monthly meeting for August.
International media outlets have highlighted Vietnam thriving economy which is among the fastest growing in Southeast Asia in 2019 amid the global economic slowdown
Korea JoongAng Daily of the Republic of Korea (RoK) has recently run an article highlighting Vietnam’s economic potential.
Many domestic and foreign experts have forecast the Vietnamese economy will continue to grow 7% this year thanks to drastic development of the manufacturing, processing, and service sectors.
Vietnam saw outstanding economic achievements in 2018 with an estimated growth rate of 7%, the highest rate since the world economic crisis in 2008.
Logistics costs amount to 20.9 percent of Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP), impeding the country’s competitive edge, according to experts.
Foreign invested enterprises have become an important driving force for Vietnam economic development and international integration after 30 years since the country began attracting foreign direct investment FDI