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The nation has seen food prices remain stubbornly high despite the recent sharp decline in gasoline prices.

Vietnam vows to keep inflation below 4%

Despite difficulties, the government has been striving for a GDP growth rate of 7 percent, an inflation rate of below 4 percent and a credit growth rate of 14 percent this year.

Chances await, but solutions to difficulties needed to maximise EVFTA

After two years of enforcement, the EU - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) has generated initial results, but rising inflation in the EU and the euro depreciation are affecting Vietnamese firms, requiring urgent solutions to those difficulties.

Lending rates expected to be stable thanks to State support package

Lending interest rates in the remaining months of this year will stay relatively stable to help firms recover production after the pandemic.

State Bank of Vietnam faces pressure on exchange rate

The State Bank of Vietnam is facing multiple pressures in 2022 in managing the foreign exchange rate

Rising inflation will slow economic recovery

Although global inflation is a reality, the general feeling is that inflation is still under control. However, continued rising inflation is bound to affect the efforts of the Government to make full economic recovery.

Finance ministry proposes further lowering MFN tariff on gasoline

The Ministry of Finance again proposed the Government lower the MFN tariff on unleaded gasoline to 10% from 20%, instead of 12% as earlier suggested, apart from efforts to cut the environmental protection tax on fuels to the floor level.

Cutting taxes on petrol products is more urgent than ever

“VND50,000 please. No, just VND30,000."  “VND100,000, please. No, only VND70,000." These were conversations I heard yesterday at a filling station.

Vietnam’s CPI up 2.44% in six months

Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) in the January – June period rose by 2.44% year-on-year while its core inflation edged up 1.25%, the General Statistics Office (GSO) reported at a press conference on June 29.

An unprecedented economic crisis and its possible impact on Vietnam

The economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has been followed by the economic crisis associated with the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

The risk of surging deposit rates

In addition to the risk of bad debts owed by Covid-hit customers, the rise of deposit interest rates rapidly rising is seen as the main risk for the banking system now and in the future.

“Price storm” forces workers to tighten their belts

The petrol price hike has led to price escalations of major goods and services, forcing low-income earners to tighten their belts.

Curbing inflation: large ‘dose of medicine’ may cause after-effects

If inflation cannot be controlled and Vietnam has to use a “high-dose drug”, such as an interest rate increase, serious consequences may occur.

Rising petrol prices challenge inflation control efforts

The goal of maintaining inflation at 4% this year will be threatened unless viable solutions are introduced in a bid to rein in rapidly-increasing petrol prices, according to economic experts.

Globe faces high inflation, Vietnam deals with challenges

The world is witnessing the highest inflation in decades. Many economies around the world face a risk of recession.

Inflationary pressures stalking national economy

Vietnam is being warned of an inflation increase this year due to great pressure on rising prices of commodities used for domestic production, affecting consumption recovery and growth.

Vietnam’s inflation remains under control: Finance ministry

Fiscal policies such as tax cuts and freezing of payments have been supportive of the overall efforts of keeping inflation at bay.

Inflationary pressure grows

The cost of products and services increased by 5-15% in the first quarter of 2022 in Vietnam. Inflationary pressure is increasing. It is forecast that Vietnam’s economic growth in 2022 will not be as

Inflationary pressure set to build up until year end

The consumer price index (CPI) in the first quarter of the year rose by 1.92%, representing the lowest increase since 2017, with the exception of 2021, although the inflationary pressure will remain high until the end of the year.

Gold prices skyrocket with rising inflation

The current Russia-Ukraine war, along with rising global inflation, has pushed the price of gold to an all-time high.