Vietnam’s economy

Update news Vietnam’s economy

Amid the current health crisis, Vietnam’s economy has shown its resilience over past months.

Samsung no longer driving force for Vietnam’s economy

Securities company KB Securities projected Vietnam’s GDP growth in the fourth quarter of 2019 to reach 6.95 - 7%, leading to the whole-year growth at nearly 7%.

Vietnam’s economy forecast to grow 6.96% in 2019: think tank

The growth forecast for Vietnam’s economy in 2019 has been upgraded to 6.96% from an earlier estimate of 6.56-6.81% by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR).


Korean investors see VN as ‘most important’ SE Asian market

Eunyoung Jung, CEO of HSBC South Korea, speaks to Việt Nam News reporter Bo Xuan Hiep about the favourable investment climate in Vietnam and South Korea’s plan to pour more money into the country.

VN should be resilient to shifting megatrends: WB

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s economy can be re-defined by focusing on the effective exploitation of four megatrends affecting the country’s sustainable and competitive development.

Drastic reforms required to avert economic inertia

 VietNamNet Bridge – After 70 years of national building and development and almost 30 years undertaking its reform process, Vietnam’s economy is at a pivotal point. The nation must either implement policies to grow sustainably,

WB chief economist’s assessment of VN’s economic performance

VietNamNet Bridge – The World Bank chief economist in Viet Nam, Sandeep Mahajan, has shared his views on the country’s socioeconomic performance in the first months of 2015 after the Government presented a socioeconomic report


Japan – a tiger economy for labour exports; Thanh Hoa assists projects in Nghi Son EZ; Vietnam’s economy continues recovery trend in 2015; Singapore leads ASEAN investors in Vietnam; HCM City’s property market expected to grow in 2015

Vietnam’s economy has never been sustainable

 VietNamNet Bridge – The General Statistics Office (GSO) on Monday convened a press conference to announce the country’s socio-economic development in 2013. On the sidelines of the meeting,

Stability helps bolster investors’ confidence

 VietNamNet Bridge – The confidence of investors in Vietnam’s economy has strengthened further lately owing to macroeconomic stability the country has achieved, said the National Financial Supervision Committee.

WB forecasts 5.3% growth for Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – Weighing domestic and global trends, the World Bank has predicted that Vietnam’s economy is likely to grow at a moderate rate of around 5.3% in 2013 and edge up 5.4% in 2014.

Bad debt ratio at 4-5% by year-end: expert

VietNamNet Bridge – The bad debt ratio of the banking system may fall to 4-5% under Vietnam’s accounting standards by the end of this year, said Le Xuan Nghia, former vice chairman of the National Financial Supervisory Commission.

Economy may worsen this year, says VASS

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s economy may further worsen this year if there are no drastic measures adopted right now, according to the Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences (VASS),