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Local manufacturing PMI drops to 45.7 in August

Local manufacturing PMI drops to 45.7 in August

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.

Manufacturing output returns to growth in June

Manufacturing output returns to growth in June

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.

Positive signs of recovery ahead for national economy

Positive signs of recovery ahead for national economy

VOV.VN - Despite the economic picture for the opening five months of the year appearing gloomy due to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) with the majority of indicators being low in comparison to last year, May, the first month after social distancing, has seen the gradual recovery of manufacturing, tourism, and transport firms.

Downturn in Vietnamese manufacturing sector intensifies

Downturn in Vietnamese manufacturing sector intensifies

The Vietnamese manufacturing sector saw an intensification of the downturn last month with Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) decreasing to 32.7 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).

Manufacturing sees modest boost in January

Manufacturing sees modest boost in January

The opening month of this year saw a modest improvement in business conditions in the Vietnamese manufacturing sector, according to a report by a London-based information services firm.

Vietnam’s November PMI up from last month

Vietnam’s November PMI up from last month

The Vietnam Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index registered 51.0 in November, up from the neutral reading of 50.0 in October, according to the latest IHS Markit report released in early December.

Vietnam’s PMI falls to 51.4 in August

Vietnam’s PMI falls to 51.4 in August

The Vietnam Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) posted 51.4 in August, remaining above the 50.0 no-change mark, but falling from 52.6 in July to signal a weaker overall improvement in business conditions.

January-June GDP picks up 6.76 percent

January-June GDP picks up 6.76 percent

Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded 6.76 percent, fueled by stable macro-economy, impressive rice exports, declining unemployment rate, and robust economic production, Director General of the General Statistics Office (GSO) Nguyen Bich Lam said at a press conference on June 28.

Q1’s GDP sees 6.79 percent growth: Government report

Q1’s GDP sees 6.79 percent growth: Government report

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh presented the Government’s report on the implementation of socio-economic development in the first quarter of 2019 and measures for the remaining months of the year at the opening meeting of the 7th session of the 14th National Assembly on May 20.

Vietnam leads ASEAN in PMI

Vietnam leads ASEAN in PMI

Vietnam's Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) rose sharply to 56.6 points in November 2018, the highest in ASEAN.

Vietnam’s PMI bounces back in October

Vietnam’s PMI bounces back in October

Vietnam’s manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) climbed from a 10-month low of 51.5 in September to 53.9 in October, pointing to the strongest improvement in the health of the country’s manufacturing industry since July, IHS Market’s Nikkei reports released on November 1 showed.

Nine-month GDP growth highest in eight years

Nine-month GDP growth highest in eight years

The GDP growth rate for the January-September period was 6.98%, the highest for the same period over the past eight years, the General Statistics Office announced on September 28.

Momentum for economic growth for the rest of the year

Momentum for economic growth for the rest of the year

VOV.VN - In the first half of the year, Vietnam’s economy recorded impressive growth in comparison with previous years. The result is partly due to the government’s drastic measures to attain the year’s targets.