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Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Tags: the Asian Development Bank
ADB keeps Vietnam 2022 growth forecast unchanged at 6.5 percent ADB keeps Vietnam 2022 growth forecast unchanged at 6.5 percent
The Asian Development Bank has maintained its favorable economic outlook for Vietnam as it forecasts the country's gross domestic product to expand 6.5 percent in 2022 and 6.7 percent in 2023, based on the update of its flagship economic report released on September 21.
PM requests more efforts to further develop northern mountainous midland region PM requests more efforts to further develop northern mountainous, midland region
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on August 27 requested ministries, sectors and northern mountainous and midland provinces to well organize the implementation of policies, and action programs to promote socio-economic development in the region, as the Party and State have adopted sufficient and sound policies and programs.
ADB maintains growth forecast for Vietnam ADB maintains growth forecast for Vietnam
The Asian Development Bank keeps this year’s growth forecast for Vietnam at 6.5 percent in 2022 and 6.7 percent in 2023 as released in the April 2022 Asian Development Outlook.
Vietnams recovery path sees prospects challenges Vietnam’s recovery path sees prospects, challenges
Vietnam’s economy glimmers with bright prospects but faces new challenges, given the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has yet to end and global political and economic shocks continue.
ADB maintains forecast for Vietnams GDP growth at 6.5 percent this year ADB maintains forecast for Vietnam’s GDP growth at 6.5 percent this year
The Asian Development Bank maintained its forecast for Vietnam’s GDP growth at 6.5 percent in 2022 and projected the economy to further expand by 6.7 percent in 2023, it was heard at a press conference in Hanoi on April 6 morning.
Developing processing and manufacturing industry in Vietnam: perception and policy orientation Developing processing and manufacturing industry in Vietnam: perception and policy orientation
Dr. Tran Tuan Anh Member of the Party Central Committee Minister of Industry and Trade Contributions of the processing and manufacturing industry to GDP and job creation The gross domestic product (GDP) of a country is structured from different economic activities, which are normally grouped into three main economic sectors: agriculture, industry-construction and service. Agriculture and industry-construction create tangible products while services generate intangible ones. Tangible and intangible products are closely inter-related according to value chains and both bring about value for the economy. A value chain is a chain of operations that converts an idea into a specific product. After a product goes through a certain operation process, its value further increases.
Lang Son province: the cross-border trade hub of the North Lang Son province: the cross-border trade hub of the North
Lang Son province is the first point in the Vietnamese territory of the Nanning (China)-Lang Son-Hanoi-Hai Phong and the Nanning (China)-Lang Son-Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City-Moc Bai economic corridors. It is also a gateway connecting Vietnam and other ASEAN countries with China’s Guangxi market and southern China in the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area through two international border gates, Chi Ma national border gate and nine auxiliary border gates.
Positive signs seen in socio-economic situation: PM Positive signs seen in socio-economic situation: PM
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on August 1 said that the national socio-economic situation experienced positive changes in July.
Vietnam recorded positive economic achievements in Q1 Vietnam recorded positive economic achievements in Q1
In the first quarter of 2019, Vietnam recorded positive economic achievements despite a range of difficulties both in and outside the country, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at a Government cabinet meeting in Hanoi on April 2. The country’s GDP growth was estimated at 6.79 percent, while the macroeconomy was stabilized and foreign currency reserves were on the rise.
Digital economy: new driving force for VNs development Digital economy: new driving force for VN’s development
Living life in a digital age is a key component for the future growth of Vietnam.

That was the message from Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc who was speaking at the Vietnam Economic Forum (VEF) held by the Central Economic Commission on January 17 in Hanoi.

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