Update news consumer price index
With the consumer price index (CPI) increasing by 1.47% during the first half of the year, the lowest rise since 2016, it remains entirely feasible for the country to keep inflation below 4% this year.
Vietnam’s economy with high level of openness could be susceptible to rising inflation as a result of growing global commodity prices.
With the new threshold in place, set to take effect from January 1, 2020 retrospectively, there would be more than 1 million people whose incomes are not taxable.
The Vietnamese Government has made efforts to ensure that social welfare for the public is maintained, especially for the poor and the unemployed, amid the challenges posed by COVID-19, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said.
Taking tough measures for the safety of people has become the government's top priority.
Despite difficulties resulting from the acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), Vietnam’s socio-economic situation in February basically remained stable, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
This years inflation is controllable at 3.3-3.9 per cent, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue said while chairing a meeting early this week regarding the recent surge in pork prices, an essential foodstuff.
Located at the corner of Le Duan – Hai Ba Trung streets, an advantageous position in the central area of the city, Hard Rock Café HCMC, covering an area of 1,000 square meters, has been a favorite destination for foreigners for nine years.
Viet Nam's gross domestic product (GDP) will likely grow 6.82 per cent this year, 0.12 percentage points higher than that predicted by the National Assembly last November in its resolution on the socio-economic development plan for 2016
VietNamNet Bridge – Ministries and branches, in response to the heavy criticism from the public that their mismanagement has led to a higher consumer price index, said that the goods prices in Vietnam are lower than many other countries.