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Some forecasts of Vietnam’s economy in 2022

Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth this year may be over 6.5% if high global inflation can be harnessed, the roadmap of the U.S....

Govt proposes cutting VAT from 10% to 8%

HCMC – The Government has proposed cutting value added tax (VAT) from the current 10% down to 8% for services and goods that are...

WB maintains Vietnam’s 2021 GDP growth forecast at 4.8%

HCMC – The World Bank (WB), in a report released on September 28, maintained its forecast over Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth this...

Sustaining and developing resources for long-term success

Some suggestions on how Vietnam’s economy can surmount challenges posed by a protracted pandemic. The world has expected to keep Covid-19 under control at the...

Where has all the money gone?

While money supply has risen sharply, the channel via which money is pumped into the open market is closed. Then, where has all the...

U.S. has yet to work out plans to tax Vietnamese imports

HCMC - The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) has yet to make any decisions on imposing duties on Vietnamese goods shipped stateside, the Ministry of...

Vietnamese PM, U.S. President hold telephone talks on monetary policies

HCMC – Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on December 22 spoke to U.S. President Donald Trump on the phone, clarifying that Vietnam's monetary...

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