VOV.VN - The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to take its continued toll on the global economy in the second half of the year, but thanks to the disease brought under control in Vietnam, the national economy is projected to grow by 3.8% in 2020.
Social investment in the Tay Nguyen Central Highlands has increased in recent years thanks to the improvement of the business environment.
Hanoi may not be able to fulfil six out of 22 targets of this year, including four economic targets, according to deputy head of the municipal Department of Planning and Investment Tran Ngoc Nam.
Ho Chi Minh City is likely face numerous difficulties in population management in the next five years due to a rapidly aging population, as heard at a recent conference in the city.
(VOV) -An August 20 Health Ministry meeting in Hanoi, reviewing its activities during the first half of 2013, has heard the healthcare sector requires more social investment to overcome current capital shortages.
(VOV) - The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Council approved a resolution on socio-economic development for 2013, aiming to record a GDP growth rate over 9.5 percent.
(VOV) - Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are in need of further assistance from the Government’s macroeconomic policies.
(VOV) - The disbursement of official development assistance (ODA) has increased significantly in the past ten months, providing fresh impetus for national economic development.
Every year Vietnam needs a large amount of capital for socio-economic development. However, the capital market’s weaknesses have hindered its growth.