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CPI for April suffers 1.54% plunge due to low purchasing power

CPI for April suffers 1.54% plunge due to low purchasing power

VOV.VN - April’s consumer price index (CPI) suffered a sharp decline of 1.54% in comparison to the previous month, the lowest level seen during the 2016 to 2020 period, due to declining purchasing power, according to the General Statistics Office.

2020 White Book on Vietnamese cooperatives debuts

2020 White Book on Vietnamese cooperatives debuts

VOV.VN - The General Statistics Office (GSO) released the 2020 White Paper of Vietnamese Cooperatives, the first of its kind, along with the 2020 White Paper of Vietnamese Enterprises in Hanoi on April 28 as a means of meeting the requirements for information from the government, managers, and researchers in the fields of their concern.

Close to 5 million local workers affected by COVID-19 pandemic

Close to 5 million local workers affected by COVID-19 pandemic

VOV.VN - The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused approximately 5 million workers to either lose their jobs or stop work until further notice, therefore bringing the number of employed people during the first quarter of the year to a ten-year record low.

Gloomy outlook for export prospects to US, EU markets

Gloomy outlook for export prospects to US, EU markets

VOV.VN - Vietnam’s exports to both the United States and the European Union are expected to face a number of hurdles as a result of the negative impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

Many firms optimistic about business in Q2

Many firms optimistic about business in Q2

Many enterprises in the manufacturing and processing industry are optimistic about the outlook for the second quarter of 2020, according to a survey conducted by the General Statistics Office (GSO).

Solutions for Vietnam to maintain its economic growth

Solutions for Vietnam to maintain its economic growth

VOV.VN - Despite enjoying a large degree of economic openness, the Vietnamese economy is facing a range of challenges in the upcoming quarters and has been negatively influenced by many aspects of the turbulent global economy, according to Nguyen Bich Lam, director of the General Statistics Office (GSO).

Business survey to begin on April 1

Business survey to begin on April 1

The General Statistics Office (GSO) is scheduled to begin a survey of businesses on April 1 with a view to collecting basic information to serve management and policy making, Deputy General Director of the office Nguyen Trung Tien said.

International tourists to Vietnam down 18.1% in Q1

International tourists to Vietnam down 18.1% in Q1

Vietnam welcomed nearly 3.7 million international tourists in the first three months of 2020, down 18.1% from the same period last year. The number of tourists from all markets experiences decreases except for the African market.

Construction firms face difficulties due to COVID-19 pandemic

Construction firms face difficulties due to COVID-19 pandemic

The complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic have seriously affected a large number of enterprises, especially construction companies, as their business and production saw not very good results in the first quarter of 2020, according to a survey by the General Statistics Office.

EVFTA to boost Vietnam’s growth in long term: GSO head

EVFTA to boost Vietnam’s growth in long term: GSO head

The European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA), scheduled to become effective in July, will help improve Vietnam’s business and investment climate and boost its institutional reform, thus contributing to fostering its growth in a long term, according to an official.

CPI drops by 0.17 percent

CPI drops by 0.17 percent

A decline was seen in the prices of 6 out of 11 groups of products and services in February's CPI.

State budget collection tops 9.3 billion USD in two months

State budget collection tops 9.3 billion USD in two months

Total State budget collection was estimated at 214.2 trillion VND (9.31 billion USD) in the first two months of this year, or 14.2 percent of the yearly estimate, reported the General Statistics Office on February 29.