The CPI in December 2018 decreased from previous month, of which transportation saw the highest reduction.
This year's average CPI expands 3.54% from 2017, meeting the target of curbing CPI below 4% set by the National Assembly.
2018 is considered a successful year in controlling inflation as the average consumer price index (CPI) rises by 3.54% from 2017 and 2.98% from last December, meeting the CPI growth target of under 4%.
Vietnam’s total revenue from retail sales and services has continued to grow strongly, reaching VND4 quadrillion (US$172 billion) in the first 11 months of this year, a year-on-year increase of 11.5%, according to the Statistics Office of Vietnam.
The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) in November dropped 0.29% from October, driven by cheaper petrol prices, the General Statistics Office (GSO) reported on November 29.
The consumer price index (CPI) of Ho Chi Minh City in November fell 0.25% against the previous month but increased 2.98% year-on-year, announced the city’s Department of Statistics on November 29.
The consumer price index (CPI) of Hanoi saw a decrease of 0.26% in November against the previous month and down 4.17% year-on-year, announced the city’s Department of Statistics.
Experts have judged that the national export goal and trade deficit rate next year set by the Government was feasible.
Hanoi’s consumer price index (CPI) in October increased 0.24% month-on-month and 4.09% year on year as transport costs rose 1.42% due to the petrol price hikes, according to the Hanoi Statistics Department.
Ho Chi Minh City’s consumer price index went up 0.64% month-on-month and 3.42% year-on-year in October, announced the municipal Statistical Office on October 30.
The consumer price index (CPI) in October increased 0.33% against the previous month. Ten out of 11 groups of commodities and services posted price hikes, with the highest rise seen in transport.
Ten of the 11 goods categories have seen price increases in October, raising the consumer price index (CPI) by 0.33% from the previous month, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on October 22 highlighted the improvements in all aspects of Vietnam since 2016 while reporting on the country’s socio-economic situation this year and the development plan for 2019 to the National Assembly (NA) during its ongoing 6th session.
The Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) has forecast Vietnam’s economy growth for 2018 may be at 6.88 thanks to positive socio-economic results in the first nine months of this year.
Although full-year inflation will probably be contained at less than 4%, the average consumer price index (CPI) in the first nine months of 2018 was already 3.57%, putting the efforts to curb inflation in the remainder of the year under even greater pressure.
The average consumer price index (CPI) in the first nine months of 2018 rose 3.57% from a year earlier.
VOV.VN - The Ministry of Planning and Investment has painted a rosy picture of the national economy in 2019 with GDP growth expected to grow at 6.6%-6.8% compared to 2018 and average consumer price index (CPI) at 4-5%.
Vietnam’s socio-economic situation has improved, with good results in all fields, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue said.
Positive signs have been seen in the three areas of agriculture, industry, and service so far this year, while inflation was also controlled to under 4% as targeted.
Hanoi's consumer price index (CPI) in September increased 1.08% against the previous month, and 5.16% over the same period last year, the municipal Statistics Office announced.