The Vietnamese Government appreciates consultations of the World Bank (WB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the management of the macro-economic policy in Vietnam, helping the country maintain macro-economic stability and low inflation rate, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said.
A workshop was held in Hanoi on May 29 to help the press learn about sustainable development issues for businesses, calling for their help in raising public awareness of enterprises’ sustainable development reports.
VOV.VN - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has recently forecast Vietnam’s economy to grow at 6.6% this year and 6.5% the following year in a report “World Economic Outlook, April 2018”.
The Vietnamese Government hopes to receive further policy evaluations and consultancies from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to restructure the economy, creating momentum for growth, said Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue.
Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Economic Affairs Nguyen Van Binh received a delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) led by division chief in IMF’s Asia-Pacific department Alex Mourmouras in Hanoi on March 29.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s agro-forestry-fishery exports continue last year’s growth. In the first 2 months of this year the sector earned US$6.1 billion, up more than 30% from last year.
VOV.VN - Ho Chi Minh City wants the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to continue supporting it in dealing with issues related to urban development,Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan said at a March 16 reception for Alex Mourmouras, Chief of the IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department.
The World Bank, in partnership with the Ministry of Finance (MoF), launched the Reports on the Observance of Standards and Codes (ROSC) in accounting and auditing in a ceremony in Hanoi on December 14.
Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang underscored the need for APEC to affirm and uphold its leadership in seeking new drivers for growth, to contribute to a peaceful, stable, dynamic, interconnected and prosperous Asia-Pacific while chairing the 25th APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc held a reception in the central city of Da Nang on November 10 for Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde, who has been in Vietnam to attend the APEC 2017 Economic Leaders’ Week.
Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Economic Affairs Nguyen Van Binh met with a delegation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) led by Chief of the IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department Alex Mourmouras in Hanoi on November 3.
This year, Vietnam may see the lowest state budget deficit in the past decade, reflecting the government’s sturdy solutions for managing the nation’s coffers.
The 24th APEC Finance Ministers’ Meeting – the most important event of the APEC Finance Ministers Process - closed in Hoi An ancient city in the central province of Quang Nam on October 21 after issuing a joint ministerial statement.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc delivered a keynote speech at the APEC Finance Minister’s Meeting in the ancient city of Hoi An on October 21, underlining the challenges posed by increasing protectionism to APEC member economies.
The 24th APEC Finance Ministers’ Meeting – the most important event of the APEC Finance Ministers Process - opened in Hoi An ancient city in the central province of Quang Nam on October 21.
Finance officials from 21 APEC member economies gathered in the central province of Quang Nam’s Hoi An ancient city on October 19 to draft the Joint Ministerial Statement.
A high credit growth target of 21 per cent could be achieved this year, but with it come risks on credit quality and the potential for unevenly distributed loans, privileging large private firms instead of smaller ones.
The Government has called for faster than targeted credit growth in pursuit of this year’s GDP goal of 6.7%.
Experts have urged state management agencies to take necessary measures to drive the current strong cash flow into real estate out of the market as prices are increasing, depriving low-income earners of the opportunity of owning houses.
VOV.VN - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected Vietnam’s economic growth in 2017 at 6.5%, the highest among all Asian nations, and 6.3% for next year.