VOV.VN- This year’s economic growth is anticipated to come in very low in comparison to the set target, although experts believe this will help to stabilise the macro-economy and create a foundation to ensure sustainable development ahead in subsequent years.
VOV.VN -Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc urged local businesses to make every effort to restart the national economy in an attempt to achieve GDP growth of over 5% during the course of the year, while chairing a national videoconference with businesses in Hanoi on May 9.
VOV.VN - 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, according to the World Bank in its Vietnam Macro Monitoring report for May.
A teleconference between the Government and localities is scheduled to take place on December 30 and 31 under the chair of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Work to be done in December needs to ensure socio-economic goals set for 2018 are accomplished or exceeded to create a springboard for the implementation of 2019 plan, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Recent expansion plans and stake acquisitions reflect keen Korean interest in Vietnam's banking and finance sectors.
VOV.VN - National Assembly (NA) deputies discussed socio-economic development and State budget this year and plans for next year at the October 24 session of the ongoing 4th session of the 14th legislature in Hanoi.
The low GDP growth rate of 5.1% in the first quarter of the year, the lowest rate in the last two years, has made it more difficult to reach the 6.7% GDP growth rate target for 2017.
To obtain a 6.7% GDP growth rate in 2017, Vietnam needs to change its economic structure, experts say.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s GDP growth rate increased 5.46% in the first quarter of this year, less than in the same period last year.
The Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) led the power market in 2015 by supplying 23,580 MW or 60.8% of the country’s total power output of 38,800 MW, up 1.8-fold from 2010.
The Tay Nguyen Central Highlands posted a GDP growth rate of 12.2% in 2014, while per capita income in regional localities ranged from VND31.4 million to VND44.8 million (US$2,105) per year, according to the Steering Committee for the Central Highlands.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s economic growth must reach 6.27% in the second half of the year to fulfill growth target of 5.8% for the whole year, said economists at a recent seminar discussing the economic situation in the first half and new challenges.
(VOV) -The Central Highlands region aims to achieve average annual GDP growth of 7.9% from 2011-2015 and 8.7% over 2016-2020.
(VOV) - The government has proposed major solutions for realising major socio-economic targets for 2014, aiming to achieve a GDP growth rate of 5.8% and keeping inflation at 7%.
Vietnam’s international payment balance is expected to see a surplus of about US$7.5 billion in the first half of this year with an improved trade situation, the National Financial Supervisory Committee said in a report submitted to the Government.