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Vietnam can be a leader in tax reform: Oxfam

Vietnam can be a leader in tax reform: Oxfam

VOV.VN - Vietnam has the potential to become a leader in tax reform, said Johan Langerock, tax policy expert of Oxfam at the Vietnam Fiscal Policy and Development Forum 2019, which opened in Hanoi on November 13 with scientists, managers, policy-makers, and business representatives in attendance.

Land policies restrain Vietnam’s agricultural development

Land policies restrain Vietnam’s agricultural development

Scattered, small-sized land lots hamper farmers and stop companies from investing in agriculture, while barriers set by land accumulation policies also marginalise farmers and hinder the development of Vietnam’s agriculture.

Vietnam Quarterly Macroeconomic Report-Third Quarter 2019 unveiled

Vietnam Quarterly Macroeconomic Report-Third Quarter 2019 unveiled

VOV.VN - The Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, co-hosted a launching workshop in Hanoi on October 10 to unveil the Quarter III Independent Assessment of Vietnam’s Macroeconomic Performance in the presence of several senior economic experts.

No big changes in exchange rate, interest rate in 2019: research institute

No big changes in exchange rate, interest rate in 2019: research institute

There would be no big fluctuations in the foreign exchange rate and interest rate in 2019 as pressure caused by the normalization of monetary policy in major economies in the world has eased, according to the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) under the VNU University of Economic and Business.

Economic growth could reach 6.9% in 2019: VEPR

Economic growth could reach 6.9% in 2019: VEPR

Vietnam’s economic growth could reach 6.9 per cent in 2019, an increase of 0.1 per cent compared to the 2019 socio-economic development plan adopted by the National Assembly, in the context that Vietnam is benefiting from the US-China trade war.

Vietnam Quarterly Macroeconomic Report -Fourth Quarter 2018 unveiled

Vietnam Quarterly Macroeconomic Report -Fourth Quarter 2018 unveiled

VOV.VN - The Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) co-hosted a launching workshop to unveil the Quarterly IV Update and 2018 Review – Independent Assessment of Vietnam’s Macroeconomic Performance in the presence of many senior economic experts.

Fuel prices set to put pressure on inflation

Fuel prices set to put pressure on inflation

Increases in environmental protection taxes on petroleum from the beginning of next year would weigh heavily on inflation, especially as fuel prices rise worldwide, according to the Vietnam Institute For Economic and Policy Research (VEPR).

Vietnam posts strong Q2 growth

Vietnam posts strong Q2 growth

Vietnam’s economy maintained impressive growth in the second quarter this year, according to a macroeconomic report released by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) in Hanoi on July 11.

Manpower export: benefits, risks

Manpower export: benefits, risks

Vietnam exports laborers to help youth get a good job and to improve the professional qualifications of Vietnamese workers.

Vietnam’s tax equity report 2017 announced

Vietnam’s tax equity report 2017 announced

The Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) under the University of Economics and Business - Vietnam National University, Hanoi, on May 25 announced Vietnam’s tax equity report 2017.

Vietnam Food Association risks losing rice monopoly

Vietnam Food Association risks losing rice monopoly

Following recent criticism of the Vietnam Food Association (VFA), the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has reduced the association’s power, with further plans to promote fairness in rice exports.

Wealth inequality drags growth: experts

Wealth inequality drags growth: experts

As the world faces a crisis in wealth distribution, some experts doubt if the accumulation of capital will encourage innovation and investment, but instead, lead to multiple tax burdens and increase the gap between rich and poor.