VOV.VN - Vietnam's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang affirmed Vietnam’s citizen protection efforts amidst the ongoing new coronavirus epidemic at a regular press briefing in Hanoi on February 6.
Vietnam is among the top 20 contributors to global economic growth, according to a Bloomberg analysis of International Monetary Fund (IMF) data.
The UK’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) will not affect the special partnership between Vietnam and the UK, said Baroness Fairhead, Minister of State for Trade and Export Promotion at the Department for International Trade (DIT) of the UK.
VOV.VN - The current relationship between the UK and Vietnam is laden with unbridled opportunity in further enhancing their strategic partnership with a focus on economic and defence cooperation.
Despite Brexit and the US withdrawal from the TPP, which are expected to have adverse effects on Vietnam’s economy, foreign experts and investors still have a positive impression of the economy’s performance.
VOV.VN - It is not difficult for the footwear industry to fulfil the target of US$20 billion export value this year, says Nguyen Duc Thuan, chairman of Vietnam Leather, Footwear and Handbag Association (Lefaso).
It is forecasted that the value of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals in 2017 will not exceed those of 2015 and 2016, thus, the market needs a boost from enterprises and the government to leverage the opportunities from foreign capital to make a breakthrough.
VOV.VN - Back in June of 2016, Britain sent shockwaves throughout Vietnam and around the globe by voting to leave the EU.
A report by the prestigious global accounting firm of PricewaterhouseCooper (PWC) predicts continued economic growth for Vietnam until 2050 period, with annual GDP increase of 5.1%, on average.
Regardless of global turmoil, domestic policy changes and market fluctuations, Vietnam’s real estate market will continue growing in 2017 thanks to a plethora of driving factors, according to Associate Professor Tran Kim Chung, deputy director of the Central Institute for Economic Management.
Vietnam in 2016 saw a high farm produce trade surplus of US$7.6 billion, but big difficulties are still ahead, including returning protectionism with Brexit and US President-elect Donald Trump.
VOV.VN - Britain’s exit from the EU, or Brexit, shocked the world in 2016. It has led to major changes in Britain’s politics and long-lasting socio-economic consequences. Brexit also has a strong impact on the EU.
VOV.VN -Clothiers and fabric makers in Vietnam are 'approaching stagnation' as sales and orders in the international markets continue to dwindle in the aftermath of the demise of the Trans Pacific Partnership.
The Vietnamese capital market has gone through a roller-coaster year due to external volatilities, but investors predict that foreign money will continue to flow into Vietnam in 2017.
Vietnam is committed to opening the doors to foreign investors and improving market access, and unlocking its foreign exchange hedging market is what the country can consider to do first hand.
Opponents to Britain leaving the European Union will launch a fresh legal action this week, which could further hamper Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans, The Sunday Times reported.
British lawmakers backed Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit timetable on December 7 after she headed off a rebellion in her Conservative Party over a lack of insight into the government's strategy to leave the European Union.
The European Union will unveil its biggest defense research plan in more than a decade on November 30 to reverse billions of euros in cuts and send a message to US President-elect Donald Trump that Europe wants to pay for its own security.
The European Union agreed on November 15 to increase its military research budget for the first time since 2010 after Britain softened its opposition, a breakthrough that may signal British support for defense co-operation even once outside the bloc.
VOV.VN - Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election last week has prompted some European leaders to revitalize the idea of forming a common army.