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Prolonged lockdown puts pressure on inflationicon
BUSINESS31/08/20210

Prolonged lockdown puts pressure on inflation

Prolonged social distancing measures and restrictions on mobility have put significant pressure on Viet Nam's effort to control inflation in 2022, economists have said.  
 
Many factors behind rising inflationicon

Many factors behind rising inflation

BUSINESS
31/05/2021
The 2020 Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Vietnam was contained at 3.23%, but which will be difficult to maintain at a target of 4% in 2021.
Inflation expected to be reined in for 2021icon

Inflation expected to be reined in for 2021

BUSINESS
19/05/2021
In a bid to continue successfully controlling inflation this year amid a rise in local consumption, the government is taking drastic action, with the stabilisation of prices of key items in the market a priority.
Vietnam faces challenges to keep inflation under target: Expertsicon

Vietnam faces challenges to keep inflation under target: Experts

BUSINESS
13/05/2021
Input cost inflation is the main concern for the second half of 2021.
Inflation not a source of concern for Vietnam: SSIicon

Inflation not a source of concern for Vietnam: SSI

BUSINESS
06/04/2021
Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) is set to average 2.89% in 2021, below the government’s target of 4%.
Vietnam inflation predicted to rise to 3.5% in 2021icon

Vietnam inflation predicted to rise to 3.5% in 2021

BUSINESS
24/02/2021
Vietnam’s economy with high level of openness could be susceptible to rising inflation as a result of growing global commodity prices.
4% inflation target set for 2021 within reach: expertsicon

4% inflation target set for 2021 within reach: experts

BUSINESS
07/01/2021
Vietnam is likely to meet its target of reining in inflation at a rate of below 4% in 2021, although experts warn that unfavourable factors could impact market fluctuations.
Inflation control cannot be taken lightlyicon

Inflation control cannot be taken lightly

BUSINESS
06/01/2021
Although many forecasts said that inflation would be controlled at less than four per cent this year, economists recommended it was still important to pay attention to inflationary pressures.
Central Bank expected to cut key rate to aid economyicon

Central Bank expected to cut key rate to aid economy

BUSINESS
07/12/2020
The inflation in 2020 is forecast at 3.3%, significantly lower than the target of 4% set by the government.
Curbed inflation eases concernsicon

Curbed inflation eases concerns

BUSINESS
13/11/2020
The big rise in public investment disbursement will not cause high inflation this year due to a decline in public and business demand and oil price, as well as government efforts to stabilise prices.
Averting inflation due to excess cash in the systemicon

Averting inflation due to excess cash in the system

BUSINESS
30/09/2020
As many companies cope with debts caused by the economic fallout due to the pandemic, they are unable to take loans for maintaining or expanding their business lines.
Inflation rate to remain stable but credit growth to slow: economisticon

Inflation rate to remain stable but credit growth to slow: economist

BUSINESS
11/07/2020
As demand is weak, the goal of curbing the inflation rate at below 4 percent is reachable. The concern now is that people do not want to borrow capital, according to Can Van Luc from BIDV.
Vietnam raises monthly taxable personal income threshold by 22%icon

Vietnam raises monthly taxable personal income threshold by 22%

BUSINESS
20/05/2020
With the new threshold in place, set to take effect from January 1, 2020 retrospectively, there would be more than 1 million people whose incomes are not taxable.
Modest inflation expected for 2020icon

Modest inflation expected for 2020

BUSINESS
12/05/2020
Despite a four-month high in the consumer price index, Vietnam will likely be successful in reining in inflation this year thanks to a decline in oil price and public demand, as well as the government’s efforts to stabilise prices in the market.
Low business performance may prompt Vietnam c.bank to further cut policy ratesicon

Low business performance may prompt Vietnam c.bank to further cut policy rates

FEATURE
08/05/2020
The central bank of Vietnam had previously cut the benchmark interest rates by 0.5 – 1 percentage point in March.
PM calls for prevention of speculation, price increasesicon

PM calls for prevention of speculation, price increases

POLITICS
21/04/2020
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc requested more drastic measures to prevent speculation, price increases, and market devaluation when chairing a meeting of the National Steering Committee for Price Management on April 21.
How Vietnam sacrifices economy to protect its people?icon

How Vietnam sacrifices economy to protect its people?

FEATURE
16/03/2020
Taking tough measures for the safety of people has become the government's top priority.
2020 inflation rate rides on outbreak eventualitiesicon

2020 inflation rate rides on outbreak eventualities

BUSINESS
12/03/2020
Vietnam is likely to experience difficulties in controlling inflation this year due to global uncertainties and unexpected price rises of many items in the local market in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.