pm industry and trade sector must accelerate reform process

PM: Industry and trade sector must accelerate reform process

08:40 | 18/01/2019 Economy- Society

In 2019, faced with difficulties and challenges, the industry and trade sector needs to continue accelerating reforms in order to surpass all targets set by the National Assembly, thus creating a long-term and firm foundation for national economic development.
standard chartered forecasts vietnams gdp growth at 69 in 2019

Standard Chartered forecasts Vietnam’s GDP growth at 6.9% in 2019

09:45 | 17/01/2019 Economy- Society

(VEN) - Standard Chartered Bank expects Vietnam to grow at a steady 6.9% in 2019, as the focus shifts to sustainable growth. FDI-driven manufacturing and stronger domestic activity is likely to support growth.  
dong nai accounts for over 30 percent of national trade surplus in 2018 Dong Nai accounts for over 30 percent of national trade surplus in 2018

09:42 | 16/01/2019 Economy- Society

The southern province of Dong Nai posted a trade surplus of more than US$2.6 billion in 2018, representing over 30% of the total trade surplus of the whole country, according to the provincial People’s Committee.
nghi son economic zone to be expanded tenfold Nghi Son Economic Zone to be expanded tenfold

10:33 | 15/01/2019 Economy- Society

The Ministry of Construction and authorities of the central province of Thanh Hoa announced on January 9 the adjustments to the planning of Nghi Son Economic Zone (EZ) until 2035, with a vision to 2050.
traditional retail is still going strong in vietnam Traditional retail is still going strong in Vietnam

09:56 | 14/01/2019 Economy- Society

(VEN) - Despite the rapid growth of electronic commerce, especially in such big cities as the capital Hanoi and the country’s southern hub Ho Chi Minh City, traditional retail channels still retain a firm niche in Vietnam, as the vast majority of consumers prefer them to online shopping.
new reform development forum makes debut in hanoi New reform, development forum makes debut in Hanoi

12:26 | 13/01/2019 Economy- Society

(VEN) - Vietnam will become a middle-income nation with the gross domestic product (GDP) per capita of US$10,000 and more than half of the population will join the global middle class. This was the vision of Vietnam 2035 presented to hundreds of Vietnamese and foreign participants at the first Vietnam Reform and Development Forum (VRDF) held recently in Hanoi.
deputy pm cares for families in difficult circumstances in bac kan Deputy PM cares for families in difficult circumstances in Bac Kan

16:28 | 11/01/2019 Economy- Society

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam visited and presented gifts to policy beneficiaries and families living in difficult circumstances in the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan on January 10.
household businesses join digital wave Household businesses join digital wave

10:20 | 11/01/2019 Economy- Society

(VEN) - The Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0 is expected to influence different economic sectors in Vietnam, including household businesses.
one commune one product start up program launched in ho chi minh city One Commune One Product start-up program launched in Ho Chi Minh City

15:59 | 10/01/2019 Economy- Society

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue attended a ceremony on January 8 in Ho Chi Minh City to kick off a student start-up program under the One Commune One Product (OCOP) initiative.
international alliance wakes up vietnamese coffee growers International alliance wakes up Vietnamese coffee growers

10:34 | 10/01/2019 Economy- Society

(VEN) - Better Life Farming, an alliance of leading private sector companies created to develop sustainable and scalable business models to improve the livelihood of smallholder coffee farmers, was launched in Vietnam this month.
tra vinh strives for higher economic growth in 2019 Tra Vinh strives for higher economic growth in 2019

10:23 | 09/01/2019 Economy- Society

The Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh strives to achieve the gross regional domestic product (GRDP) growth of 11-12 percent in 2019, according to Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Planning and Investment To Ngoc Binh.
consumer prices set to end year just below growth limit Consumer prices set to end year just below growth limit

09:56 | 08/01/2019 Economy- Society

(VEN) - Unpredictable changes in petrol prices and high pork prices were expected to affect the consumer price index (CPI) in the last months of the year. However, the government’s flexible management, changes in foreign markets and relative stability of petrol and pork prices have helped ease the pressure on the CPI.
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