Vietnam has risen three places to 40th in the annual Best Countries Overall Rankings 2021 thanks to economic growth expansion, power, heritage and business openness.
As much of the globe struggles to avoid Covid-19-related recessions, Vietnam faces an entirely different dilemma: overheating.
Vietnam received $4.1 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) in the first three months of 2021, up 6.5% from a year earlier, government data showed on Saturday.
Casinos want the government to allow Vietnamese entry to make up for foreigners’ inability to come to the country due to Covid-19 flight restrictions.
Vietnam’s economic outlook is positive and has “huge potential,” according to UBS Global Wealth Management’s Kelvin Tay.
Some 25,750 enterprises closed down in January, according to the Department of Business Registration, which blamed it on the severe impact of Covid-19.
Leading tourism company Vietravel reported a loss of VND90 billion ($3.9 million) in 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic slashed travel demand.
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Vietnam’s incentives for international firms for setting up units to manufacture hi-tech products, pool of low-cost workers and proliferation of free trade agreements (the latest one is with the EU) place it at an enviable position among Asian peers, the…
Multinationals look to build up bases despite infrastructure and labour issues
Vietnam’s economic growth slowed this year to its weakest in at least three decades, buffeted by the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters and a sluggish global economy, government data showed on Sunday.
A new report says about 55 percent of foreign direct investment (FDI) businesses in Vietnam recorded losses, of VND131.4 trillion ($5.72 billion), last year.
Although all countries in the world, including Vietnam, have seen a sharp slowdown in economic growth and other indicators, most assessments and projections of the Vietnamese economy remain fairly upbeat.
The US Treasury designated Vietnam and Switzerland currency manipulators and added Taiwan, India and Thailand to its watch list But the State Bank of Vietnam said it does not use currency for unfair trade, and will work with US authorities…
A strong response to the COVID-19 pandemic, surging exports and healthy public spending have helped Vietnam buck a global recession in 2020 and fast-track its recovery, with analysts predicting it will likely enjoy one of the highest growth rates in…
The year 2020 marks the 42nd anniversary of India-Vietnam bilateral trade. Vietnam and India have shared strong bilateral relations historically, and for the past two decades, trade between the two countries has risen considerably. These economic ties have materialized into…
US National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien told Vietnamese leaders they must curb illegal rerouting of Chinese exports and buy more US goods such as liquefied natural gas and military equipment to avoid punitive American tariffs.
Vietnam following in China’s footsteps as one of the few nations worldwide to record positive 2020 economic growth
Vietnam has minimised the economic damage from Covid-19 and is the only country in South East Asia on track for growth this year.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) has given Vietnam and other Asean countries a perfect opportunity to become a centre of investment attraction, said Minister of Industry and Trade, Trần Tuấn Anh.
NDO – Over the past few decades, the cooperation between Belgium and Vietnam has developed positively and effectively across all aspects of politics, the economy, science, culture, education, environment and development aid.
Hong Kong-based investment adviser Asia Bankers Club is marketing a residential project to investors in the northern Vietnamese city. Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City remain the preferred locations for foreign investors, say analysts
The possible revival of a major trade pact and a less aggressive policy on currency manipulation will benefit Vietnam when Joe Biden assumes the U.S. presidency, analysts say.
The pandemic is seen costing Vietnam nearly 200 trillion dong ($8.6 billion) in budget revenue this year, according to the government’s website, which cited Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc during a discussion with National Assembly deputies on Monday.
Vietnam has benefitted from Trump’s trade war but his currency fixing sanction threats make Biden the safer bet
Vietnam’s prime minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said on Monday the country’s exchange rate policy was not aimed at helping its exports and asked that US President Donald Trump have “a more objective assessment of the reality in Vietnam”.