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All four ministers of economy-related fields were asked to answer inquiries at the last National Assembly session, a rare occurrence in Vietnam.
The Government sets a growth target of 6-6.5 percent next year, according to a report presented by Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at the opening ceremony of the National Assembly’s second sitting this morning.
The Government has targeted the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth at 6%-6.5% in 2022 despite the lingering challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has forecast Vietnam’s GDP to grow at around 3.8% this year, higher than that of its regional peers, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia.
Minister of Planning and Investment (MPI) Nguyen Chi Dung calculated economic growth in the whole of 2021 at between 3 and 3.5 per cent, but also said such a target will be difficult to reach.
The Vietnamese economy is likely to gradually recover from the fourth quarter of 2021 and escape the minus growth seen in the third quarter.
Prolonged social distancing in many localities have led to lower-than-expected economic growth for the first nine months, but with the accelerated vaccine rollout, the economy is expected to gain growth momentum soon.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment has projected the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2021 at 3%-3.5%, down 0.5 percentage points from the rate forecast in September.
Data released by the General Statistics Office of Vietnam on September 29 showed that the gross domestic product (GDP) in the third quarter of 2021 decreased by 6.17% year on year, the biggest drop since Vietnam began publishing its quarterly GDP.
Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 1.42 percent in the first nine months of 2021 from the same period last year,
Vietnam’s current account surplus is forecast at 6.2 per cent of GDP in 2021 and will narrow over the coming decade as part of a general long-term narrowing trend.
Do GDP calculations take into account the fact that a taxi driver gets poorer by 10 times more as he has to spend VND100,000 on nCoV testing a day, and informal workers have no access to cheap meals in HCM City?
Vietnam's economic growth outlook remains optimistic and the economy is forecast to recover to pre-Covid-19 levels in the second half of 2021.
Southeast Asia’s economic growth will rebound to 6.2 per cent in 2021 with Vietnam achieving 8 per cent growth, according to the latest economic outlook report from Oxford Economics commissioned by chartered accountancy body ICAEW.
Vietnam is well-positioned to revive its economy this year due to a boost in private investment and exports, experts told a forum in HCM City on Monday.
Vietnam’s strong growth momentum in manufacturing is expected to continue in 2021, supported by growing external demand from trade deals such as the EVFTA, UKVFTA, and RCEP.
According to Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung’s latest report delivered recently at the National Assembly (NA), Vietnam achieved most of its financial goals in the last four years, including for 2020.
Since the beginning of its reform in the late 1980s, Vietnam has achieved extraordinary results in its economic development.