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Uganda, Vietnam seek investment cooperation

Uganda, Vietnam seek investment cooperation

(VOV) - First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uganda, Henry Kajura is on a working visit to Vietnam from September 17-24 to look for cooperation opportunities in agriculture, trade and industrial production.

Production rise hints at recovery

Production rise hints at recovery

The nation's industrial production from Jan-July 2014 saw a 6.2% year-on-year increase, a positive sign of recovering production at enterprises, noted the General Statistics Office (GSO).

An ambitious target for industrial production

An ambitious target for industrial production

(VOV) - A long-term industrial development strategy recently approved by the Prime Minister targets an industrial production to GDP ratio of over 50% by 2030 and full integration into the global value chain by 2035.

First half industrial production up 5.8%

First half industrial production up 5.8%

Vietnam's industrial production is seeing improvement, with estimated growth of 5.8% seen in the first half of this year, higher than last year's 5.3% rise.

Industrial sector production accelerates 5.4%

Industrial sector production accelerates 5.4%

(VOV) -Overall industrial production in the first four months of the year expanded by 5.4% year-on-year, concurrent with a 13.9% jump in inventory indices, according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam (GSO).

Industrial production ups in first two months

Industrial production ups in first two months

Nearly 90% of imports Vietnam made in the first two months of this year served production, such as fuels, raw materials and machines, showing signs of recovery of the national economy.

Dong Nai adopts mechanical engineering strategy

Dong Nai adopts mechanical engineering strategy

(VOV) - Southern Dong Nai province has approved a mechanical engineering development plan for 2020 with the aim of attracting more than US$2.37 billion in investment capital by 2025.

Industrial production on recovery path

The index of industrial production (IIP) saw a 5.4% growth in the first two months of this year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

Positive year forecast for industry

Positive year forecast for industry

The industry and trade sector of Vietnam expects the index of industrial production (IIP) to grow to 6.3% this year as the world economy recovers, helping boost exports.

Industrial production grows by 7.4% in 2013

Industrial production grows by 7.4% in 2013

Vietnam’s industrial production value in 2013 grew by 7.4% from last year’s figure thanks to the remarkable recovery of the processing and manufacturing industry.

Industrial production surges

Industrial production surges

The country's industrial production has shown signs of recovery this year, rising 5.9% compared to last year, according to the General Statistics Office.

Concerns dampen domestic production recovery

Concerns dampen domestic production recovery

(VOV) - Experts expect Vietnam to achieve 2013 GDP growth between 5.3–5.4% while keeping annual inflation to 6.2–6.3% but warn domestic production needs more time to make a complete recovery.

November’s industrial production up 5.7%

November’s industrial production up 5.7%

(VOV) -The General Statistics Office has announced Vietnam’s 11-month index of industrial production (IIP) is 5.6% higher than the comparable period in 2012.

Manufacturing drives industrial production

Manufacturing drives industrial production

The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) edged up 5.9% in October and 5.4% in the past ten months of this year, driven by an expansion in industrial manufacturing and processing.

National economy grows by 5.14% in 9 months

National economy grows by 5.14% in 9 months

(VOV) - Vietnam is expected to achieve a GDP growth rate of 5.14% in the first nine months of 2013 thanks to steady economic recovery, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI).

Cabinet suggests reasonable economic growth

Cabinet suggests reasonable economic growth

Cabinet members have suggested priority to sustaining macro-economic stability and reining in inflation in tandem with accelerating economic growth at an appropriate rate.