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What would become of the economy in the second half?

Editor’s note: While waiting for Covid-19 vaccines to arrive, Vietnam should revise her growth scenarios to circumvent its self-inflicted problem of having to achieve...

Winners, losers in the game

Prices of energy commodities—such as crude oil, iron and copper ores, and lithium—have surged since early this year. So have the prices of agricultural...

Realty tax needs revamp to ensure fairness

Realty tax not only creates sources of collection for the State budget but also is a policy able to spur growth and reduce bribery...

The last quarter’s momentum

If the Covid-19 pandemic will continue to be well put under control as it is now, Vietnam’s GDP growth in the fourth quarter is...

Vietnam must develop its own growth model to thrive amid pandemic: Minister

HCMC – Vietnam must proactively adopt a breakthrough and growth model, be determined to take measures to remove existing obstacles, take advantage of opportunities...

Vietnam’s participation in the global value chain

The ratio of Vietnamese goods imported and used as input materials by foreign countries is decreasing, while the ratio of Vietnam’s import of input...

Vietnam’s economy remains resilient despite pandemic-triggered challenges: ADB

HCMC - Vietnam’s economy is expected to grow 1.8% this year amid the Covid-19 pandemic and bounce back to 6.3% next year, according to...

PM requires economic stimulus measures to fuel supply, demand

HCMC – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has requested that more fiscal and monetary policies be mapped out to stimulate Vietnam’s economy in the...

Vietnam second most optimistic country globally amid Covid-19

HCMC - Vietnam, which overcame the first wave of Covid-19, became the second most optimistic country with the most positive consumers globally in the...

Unexpected trade surplus not a source of exuberance

Amid the raging coronavirus pandemic across the world and the domestic lackluster economic growth of only 0.36% in the second quarter of this year,...

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