VOV.VN - The Vietnam Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) suffered a sharp fall from 47.6 in July to 45.7 in August as a result of the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a survey released on September 1 by IHS Markit.
The Vietnamese manufacturing sector returned to growth in June as success in suppressing the coronavirus pandemic and greater business confidence helped lead to renewed expansions in output and new orders.
The Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) of Vietnam dipped to 50.3 in February, down from 51.5 in January, but remained above the 50.0 no-change mark, according to a Nikkei report released on March 1.
Manufacturing growth gathered pace in May, with rising client demand leading to record growth in output and new orders, HSBC Vietnam has said in a monthly report it released on June 1.
The manufacturing sector maintained its recent period of growth in February, with new orders and output both rising at faster rates than at the start of the year, HSBC's Purchasing Managers' Index reveals.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s manufacturing output increased for the third month running, and at the sharpest pace since April 2011, said HSBC in its latest report.