VietNam Economic News
Appropriate policies are urgently needed to help the Mekong Delta restore farm produce and seafood production and exports once the fourth Covid-19 outbreak in Vietnam is controlled.
Education stocks that have small capitalisation, low liquidity and ill-diversified products have been seriously affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) affirmed its top priority now is assisting businesses in Viet Nam to achieve the “twin targets” of ensuring safety amid the COVID-9 pandemic and maintaining production to avoid disruptions to supply chains.
Furniture companies in Binh Duong are proposing for more autonomy in imposing Covid-19 measures as they reopen after months of social distancing.
Seven delta localities will cooperate to prevent Covid-19, protect people's health and develop production and business.
Investors in wind power projects are racing to complete construction this month to enjoy an incentive feed-in tariff, but face procedural hurdles and those caused by Covid-19.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh chaired a webinar discussing Viet Nam's measures in boosting post-pandemic economic recovery, adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, overcoming economic disruption and strengthening locality-to-locality connectivity on Wednesday.
The HCM City government has hailed businesses’ efforts to keep going through the COVID-19 pandemic, and thanked them for it.
Capital investment in newly-approved construction projects over the first eight months of 2021 reached $3.843 billion, contracting by 24.4 per cent year-on-year, largely as a result of the protracted Covid-19 epidemic.
Despite being strongly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, bank loans in the first nine months of this year kept rising compared to the same period last year, deputy governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Dao Minh Tu said.