VOV.VN - Despite the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam’s inflation for 2020 is projected to fall between 3.5-3.9% to ensure social security and stabilise local people's lives, experts say.
Dragged by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the national carrier Vietnam Airlines is seeking measures to ease pressure on its cash liquidity.
VOV.VN - The temporary suspension of visas for foreign arrivals to the country is anticipated to have a significant impact on the Vietnamese economy in general, with the aviation industry being particularly damaged, according to economic insiders.
Vietnamese hoteliers are beginning to turn the tables in the resort chain world by snapping up properties from international hotel chains.
The Government’s mechanism to calculate the compensation rate for residents whose land it takes for public purposes is "detached" from the market value instead of relying on it, leading to prolonged opposition and grievances from those affected.
VOV.VN - The Government has set a target of achieving a GDP growth rate of 6.7% and consumer price index (CPI) of 4% for 2018.
Prices tend to remain stable, even fall slightly in 2018, heard a workshop in Hanoi on January 9 to review prices in 2017 and make forecast for 2018.
Investor flight from build-operate-transfer (BOT) traffic projects is triggering worries that the Government must rethink how to promote private investments in BOT infrastructure projects, experts said.
There is an increasing risk that Vietnam’s public debt will exceed a national red line, the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) said in its latest report.
The finance ministry is seeking the government’s approval to legalize sports betting under a plan that has however been slammed by critics for keeping the maximum stake too low.
VOV.VN - The General Statistics Office reported this week that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in March increased 0.57% from February and 1.69% from last year.
Living conditions have improved generally but the added value in agriculture per each laborer in Vietnam was at a standstill over the past decade, and not commensurate with economic growth, according to a survey conducted by the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM).
More than five years after the legalization of sports betting was officially discussed for the first time, Vietnam's government is still struggling to finalize a draft decree aiming to regulate the business.