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In an article posted on July 12, The Business Times of Singapore cited some economists' opinions that said Vietnam’s economy is back on track for a strong recovery this year.

Breaking down barriers to recovery

ASEAN member states are aiming to enhance supply chain resilience, improving connectivity and the free flow of goods by minimising trade restrictiveness, particularly non-tariff measures.

Coronavirus: How long does it take to recover?

Recovery from Covid-19 can be a lengthy process, depending on how seriously people get the virus.

Four Brits leave Vietnam, recovered from COVID-19 and grateful

Four Britons who have recovered from COVID-19 in central Vietnam have expressed their thanks to local authorities before heading home.

 

British man gives thanks as he makes full recovery

“Cảm ơn, cảm ơn, cảm ơn”. “Thank you, thank you, thank you.” They were the words repeated over and over by a British man as he was discharged from the Quảng Nam Central General Hospital on Sunday after making a full recovery from COVID-19.

Vietnam’s 32nd COVID-19 patient discharged, confirms will lead charity fund

Vietnam's 32nd COVID-19 patient, who returned to Vietnam from London by private jet, was given the all clear on Tuesday.

 

30 more COVID-19 patients in Vietnam successfully treated

Three COVID-19 patients in Ho Chi Minh City have fully recovered, said the hospital specialising in the acute respiratory disease in the city’s Cu Chi district on March 30.

27 more COVID-19 patients released from Hanoi's hospital

27 more COVID-19 patients had successfully recovered, the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases confirmed on Monday.

 

Housing market recovery helps property firm shares

 VietNamNet Bridge – The revival of the housing market has had a positive impact on the prices of shares of property companies, according to the Vietinbank Securities Company.

VN property market still recovering

Viet Nam's economic recovery in the third quarter and the amended laws on Housing and Real Estate Trading have facilitated the recovery of the country's real estate markets.

Foreign media speaks glowingly of Vietnam’s economy

VietNamNet Bridge - International investors are setting their eyes on South East Asia, believing that Vietnam is an ideal destination.

Japan's economy grows faster than expected

 Japan's economy grew faster than expected between January and March, boosting hopes that the economy is recovering from last year's recession.

VN enjoys trade surplus of US$1.87 bln in 10 months

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam enjoyed a trade surplus of US$1.87 billion over the past ten months of 2014, according to the Department of Import-Export Administration, under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

VN economic recovery spawns more jobs

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam's economic recovery has led to a decline in the country's unemployment rate, according to a report released by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) yesterday, Sept 3.

Breast cancer survivors 'do not exercise enough'

 Exercise can aid recovery after breast cancer but many women are not active enough, a study suggests.

Property market anticipates recovery in 2014

 VietNamNet Bridge – The real estate market will recover in 2014, said Deputy Construction Minister Nguyen Tran Nam in an interview granted to a VOV online reporter about the property market in 2003 and forecasts in 2014.

Domestic aviation recovery fuels competition

 VietNamNet Bridge – The domestic aviation market has significantly recovered, and growth in passenger transport is up 21 per cent.

UK economic recovery expected to strengthen in 2014: poll

 British economy is expected to increase 2.4 percent for this year with the economic recovery and sustainability of the uprising gaining momentum, according to a poll of economists issued on Thursday.

U.S. labor market recovery still not on firm footing

The U.S. economy added fewer jobs in September than market expectations despite a tickdown of the unemployment rate, and experts believed that the tepid employment report may delay the Federal Reserve's plan