NDO - The National Assembly of Vietnam has approved the budget for 2018 which aims for the expenditure deficit at VND204 trillion (US$9 billion), equivalent 3.7% of gross domestic product.
NDO – The growth rate for the fourth quarter of this year will be around 7.5-7.7% and the GDP for the whole year of 2017 may reach over 6.7%, the National Financial Supervisory Commission (NFSC) has
NDO - The Vietnamese economy accelerated in the July to September period, expanding by 7.46%, helped by strong grow in the manufacturing sector, the General Statistics Office (GSO) has announced.
NDO – Budget revenue over GDP has fallen from 26.3% during the 2006-2010 period to 23.6% of GDP between 2011 and 2016, Finance Minister Dinh Tien Dung has confirmed.
Vietnamnet - The government still insists on a 6.7 percent GDP growth rate target this year, though economists warn it will be out of reach.
Vietnamnet - Vietnam is facing tough challenges to fulfil its economic growth target for this year amidst the country is experiencing trade deficit and depending on foreign direct investment sector,
Vietnamnet - The Asia-Pacific region is expected to contribute 70 percent of the global GDP by 2050 and now 10 out of the 20 largest economies are from the region, said a high-ranking Vietnamese
Vietnamnet - During the past three decades, the Vietnam economy has benefited from a transition away from agriculture toward manufacturing and services, and a demographic powered by a youthful
Vietnamnet - Vietnam is targeting keeping public debt, comprising central government debt, government-backed loans, and local government debt, below 65 percent of GDP between 2016 and 2018.
Bao moi - With Vietnam’s economy slowing down in the first quarter, the government has requested that state-run corporations and associations pull out all the stops to help the country achieve the
Bao moi - VGP - Viet Nam’s economy expanded 5.1% in the first quarter compared to 5.46% of the same period last year, official statistics showed.
Vietnamnet - Vietnam’s logistics sector aims to contribute 8-10 percent to gross domestic product (GDP) by 2025, heard a conference hosted by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) in Hanoi on
Vietnamnet - Vietnam’s logistics sector is expected to make up 8–10 percent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 2025.
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Bao moi - VGP - Standard Chartered Bank has forecasted that the Vietnamese economy may expand 6.6% in 2017 compared to the Government’s target of 6.7%.