International investors called on Vietnam to promote external resources in technology, knowledge, and innovation to build a brighter future and mobilise international sources at Dialogue 2045 held in Ho Chi Minh City on the afternoon of March 6.
The 2021 Index of Economic Freedom released by the Heritage Foundation shows that Vietnam’s economy broke into the "moderately free" category.
Vietnam’s ranking could increase further if the government took additional action to liberalize investment rules and the financial sector.
Trade relations between Vietnam-Indonesia is expected to return to the upward trend from 2021 and onward, especially as the two are relatively complementary economies.
With wisdom and courage, female sellers are bringing more authentic “Made in Vietnam” goods and services to worldwide customers.
The World Bank has signed a grant with the State Bank of Vietnam to support the development of a commercial financing market for industrial energy efficiency investments.
The prolonged COVID-19 pandemic is forecast to keep hampering Vietnam from reducing inflation this year, despite the strong efforts to stimulate fiscal and monetary policies.
The World Bank will provide Vietnam with $86.3 million to support the development of a commercial financing market for investing in industrial energy efficiency.
Vietnam’s economic freedom score has reached 61.7, making its economy the 90th freest in the 2021 Index of Economic Freedom recently announced by the American conservative think tank Heritage Foundation.
HCM City has set itself an FDI target of US$5.4 billion this year and would focus on improving infrastructure and streamlining administrative procedures to achieve it, a city investment official said.