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Hidden risks for brisk growth

Though half a year has has passed, the real estate market has barely improved despite multiple measures being taken to back it. More time needed Despite various supportive measures, the real estate market in Vietnam showed no significant improvement in the first half of 2023. Interest rates have been a key concern, with lending rates remaining high despite the State Bank of Vietnam’s (SBV) efforts to lower them. The SBV has made four key interest rate cuts since the beginning of the year, indicating its orientation toward lowering deposit interest […]
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