Mekong Delta firms should make use of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) to do more business with Japan, experts told a conference in Can Tho City.
With its great contributions to the country and strong development over recent years, the private sector has been regarded by the government as one of the key priorities of the economy this year. However, what new elixirs will the government concoct in order to fuel the sector?
With the Vietnamese economy producing an 11-year record in growth with 7.08 per cent last year, high-profile international organisations are seeing the country as a big highlight in Asia, with strong prospects to growth further in 2019.
Viet Nam will focus on attracting private investment in infrastructure to accelerate economic growth, Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Vu Dai Thang said at the Viet Nam Economic Forum (VEF), which opened Wednesday in Ha Noi.
Standard Chartered Bank on January 16 gave prediction that Vietnam's economy will expand by a steady 6.9% in 2019 as the focus shifts to sustainable growth. FDI-driven manufacturing and stronger domestic activity is likely to support this growth.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) has affirmed its position as the pioneer in innovation through providing advice and crafting policies, contributing to socioeconomic development and the improvement of the country’s business climate.
HCM City’s revenues last year grew by 8.6 per cent to VND378.54 trillion (US$16.3 billion), according to the Department of Finance.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) will keep track of the economic changes in the domestic and the world markets, and strengthen its role as a Government advisory body to help ensure the success of the national targets set for this year.
HCM City and Ha Noi remained among the global Top 10 most dynamic growing cities in JLL’s Short-Term City Momentum Index (CMI) 2019, which tracks socio-economic and commercial real estate growth in 131 cities over a three-year period.
The government has formed a technical working group to formulate a digital economy policy which will function as a roadmap to boost the Kingdom’s economy through technological innovation, an official said on Tuesday.