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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'S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JUNE 14

SBV eyes tightening non-bank credit in corporate bonds, property

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JUNE 13

Huge potential for developing resort property market

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JUNE 12

Pathway to revamp legal corridor to promote digital banking

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JUNE 11

Better working conditions improve employee retention

 

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JUNE 10

PM okays new industrial park project in Binh Phuoc

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JUNE 9

Foreign ownership ratio in Binh Son Refinery slips

 

Vietnam intensifies economic recovery efforts post COVID-19

Despite the impacts of Covid-19, Vietnam recorded growth of 3.82 percent in the first three months of 2020. Economic recovery plans are also being developed for after the pandemic.

Vietnam economy hit hard by COVID-19 pandemic: WB

Vietnam has been hit hard by the current novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), but it will show signs of recovery in the post-coronavirus period, the World Bank said in its Vietnam Macro Monitoring report for May.

Restart the economy, while keeping clear of COVID-19: PM's Decree 19

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Saturday issued a new set of guidelines on measures to keep the country clear of COVID-19 while its economy restarts after strict social distancing measures were relaxed.

Pandemic presents opportunity for Vietnamese enterprise restructuring

The fact that nearly 35,000 enterprises have now withdrawn from the market three months after the COVID-19 outbreak first appeared in Vietnam reveals the huge impact it has had on business and production.

Vietnam's business community gauges 13.5 per cent fall in 2020 revenue

Though still positive, the Vietnamese business community has a more negative outlook for the year ahead.

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES FEB. 22

Export-import to China impacted by COVID-19

 

Not too many macro fluctuations expected for 2020

Vietnam’s macroeconomy in 2020 is forecast to face somewhat more challenges of growth and inflation than in 2019. However, basically, the overall picture will not have many hues different from last year.

 

Lands of riches

Many local property developers are looking to investment opportunities overseas to expand and grow.

LNG the fuel of the future

Foreign investors need a smoother passage before bringing much-needed LNG projects to life in Vietnam.

HSBC economists report on Vietnam’s prospects during 10-day visit

Limited land and labor resources, increasing wages and a lack of local suppliers in Vietnam could make the cost/benefit equation less attractive for FD) firms in the foreseeable future, HSBC said in its latest Asia Frontier Insights report.

 

Coffee on the run

The way coffee is bought and consumed in Vietnam is changing as new players work hard to get their name out there.

Vietnam's private sector positioned for prosperity

Ongoing assistance will see Vietnam's private sector truly become a driver of economic growth, stakeholders said.

P2P loans finding favor

Peer-to-peer lending fills a critical gap in Vietnam's financial landscape but full regulation is lacking.