Closing the final trading session of 2021 today, December 31, the VN-Index of the Hochiminh Stock Exchange gained 12.31 points, extending its rally for the second day, as many big-cap stocks moved into positive territory.
Developing energy is a strategic task to realise the goal of industrialisation and modernisation.
If it does not take advantage of opportunities, Vietnam will need at least two more decades to reach the per capita added value in the processing and manufacturing industry for newly industrialized countries.
Gold prices in Vietnam are much higher than international prices, driven by a supply-demand imbalance and price manipulation. A tael (37.5g) of gold in Vietnam is about US$500 more than in the rest of the world.
The country’s road map aims to improve the quality and reliability of the national power supply and the efficient use of electricity.
The digital economy in Vietnam accounts for about 8.2% of GDP. The development potential of the Internet and digital economy components is still quite large.
The city’s investment, trade, and tourism promotion activities will focus on gathering the participation of Vietnamese businesses at home and abroad.
The world economy is speeding up while Vietnam’s growth is slowing down. Economists believe that the VAT (value added tax) should be reduced to stimulate demand, because it could result in immediate benefits.
Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh has recently signed a decision approving the National Statistical Development Strategy for the 2021-2030 period, with a vision to 2045.