Production, export, real estate, and private investment are among the factors which are expected to drive the national economic growth next year.
Nearly $28.85 billion in foreign direct investment was registered as of November 20, rising 14.8% year on year.
Vietnam had outstanding bonds worth US$108.6 billion as of September, according to a Monday report from the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Expecting a growth rate of 7% in the fourth quarter, Vietnam has high possibility to achieve about 5% growth for the whole year.
- Vietnam's 11-month FDI inflows reach $28.85 bln, up 14.8% 1
- Vietnam’s bonds outstanding hits over $108 bln by end of September 2
- Experts predict that Q4's strong economic growth to boost the year's overall performance. 3
- "Golden season" of sales 4
- Walmart wants to turn Vietnam into goods supply center of Asia 5
- Great potential for Vietnamese goods to enter Africa, Middle East 6
Lunar New Year Festival is the all-out sales season for businesses, when they need to compensate for the decline in revenue due to reduced purchasing power since the beginning of the year.
Walmart, the U.S.-based retail giant, expects to turn Viet Nam into a goods supply center in Asia, said Executive Vice President-Sourcing at Walmart Andrea Albright.
An online workshop discussing measures to further promote the export of potential products to Africa and the Middle East was held by the MoIT’s Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency on November 23.
As a result of the robust recovery in the tourism sector, Vietnamese airlines have seen improved financial performance.
Cumulative foreign direct investment (FDI) commitment in Viet Nam increased despite global uncertainties, thanks to continued confidence in Viet Nam’s stability and openness, noted the World Bank (WB).
Travelers check in at airport kiosks, drop off their baggage, and pass through boarding gates without assistance from staff members all over the world. Why is Vietnam lacking this self-service protocol?
Facing problems in "awakening" gold held by the public, citizen's money deposited in the bank savings channel is also being calculated.
The trend of foreign capital flowing into banks in frontier and developing markets, including Vietnam, is increasingly evident.
The objective of $700 billion in import-export revenue for this year is difficult given the current worldwide market difficulties, according to insiders.
The third quarter did not go well when the total net profit of listed companies decreased for the fourth consecutive quarter.
Vietnamese consumers have been increasingly keen on buying Chinese products through e-commerce platforms rather than local goods due to shorter delivery time and lower shipping costs.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has been asked to establish a working group for cooperating with the U.S. to have Vietnam achieve "market economy" status.