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As the Covid-19 pandemic persists, Vietnam's economy will still face many difficulties, but the country has the potential to increase productivity and develop at a higher rate than many other countries.

Rise for national pride

In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic which that has changed value chains, this is an opportunity for us to rethink and rise. The chance to catch up with the world is huge if the economy is restructured.

Pandemic presents opportunity for Vietnamese enterprise restructuring

The fact that nearly 35,000 enterprises have now withdrawn from the market three months after the COVID-19 outbreak first appeared in Vietnam reveals the huge impact it has had on business and production.

COVID-19 highlights need for economic restructuring

The respiratory epidemic caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has highlighted an urgent need for Vietnam to boost its economic restructuring and diversify its markets.

 

Vietnam sets new vision for the next decade

Minister of Planning and Development Nguyen Chi Dung speaks on the country’s socio-economic development plan for the next 10 years (2021-30).

IFC, ADB pledge to continue support for Vietnam

The IFC and the ADB pledged to provide further support for Vietnam while meeting with Politburo member and Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission Nguyen Van Binh in Hanoi on November 7.

VN five-year economic plan to focus on non-state sector

 VietNamNet Bridge – Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung spoke to Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Viet Nam Economic Times) about the five-year economic restructuring plan.

Crippled State-owned enterprises threaten economic restructuring: NA

 VietNamNet Bridge – State-owned enterprises’ (SOEs) tremendous loses have been causing the National Assembly (NA) to grow restless about risks to the Government’s ambitious plan to restructure the economy.

Vietnam urged to use more renewable energy

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam should enhance clean and renewable energy resources as well as promoting energy saving, said Le Tuan Phong, deputy director of the General Directorate of Energy under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Vietnam’s reform agenda still littered with unfinished tasks

The government’s economic restructuring efforts since 2011 have resulted in some positive results with the economy returning to stability and further slowdowns averted, but much still needs to be done to bolster the economy

Five highlights of Vietnam’s economy in 2015 and outlook for 2016

On the occasion of the 2016 New Year, Vuong Dinh Hue, head of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission, answered queries by a reporter of the Communist Party of Vietnam Online Newspaper at dangcongsan.vn on Vietnam’s economy in 2015

Gov’t report: Over 450 SOEs rearranged

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Government has rearranged 464 State owned enterprises, including 404 equitized over the past years, Deputy PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc told legislators on Monday.

Experts identify challenges by 2035

 VietNamNet Bridge – Local and foreign experts have projected Vietnam could face high socio-economic risks by 2035 while other countries in Eastern Asia may have made breakthroughs.

US$30 billion needed for VN's green growth strategy

Vietnam will need around US$30 billion to implement a green growth strategy towards 2020 with 70% of the amount expected to come from private investors.

Political News 27/8

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Economic restructuring ‘too slow'

 VietNamNet Bridge – Although economic restructuring has been recognised as a vital task, the process remains slow and requires greater efforts for a more comprehensive outcome, according to experts.

Definition of State economic groups vague

The ambiguous definition of State economic groups has led to many problems since big State-owned enterprises (SOEs) were turned into economic groups, economic experts said at a recent conference in Hanoi.

Private sector key to sustained growth

 VietNamNet Bridge – Although the economy is predicted to do better, privatisation and SOE reforms will be crucial for Viet Nam's development in 2015, economist Nguyen Hong Nga tells Viet Nam News.

BUSINESS IN BRIEF 1/10

Government bonds to be transacted online; Leverage for development of support industries; Farm export profits rise 11.4 percent; Vietnam in the crosshairs of $1b Toshiba growth plan; US$130-million integrated business park to go up in city

Economic restructuring remains difficult

 VietNamNet Bridge – The bi-annual Autumn Economic Forum 2014 held in the northern province of Ninh Binh last Saturday was seeking fresh ways to speed up Viet Nam's economic restructuring process.