Fuel prices in Vietnam have surged by over 52 percent to a seven-year high, with global rates shooting up as demand rises in economies reopening.
U.K. magazine Times Higher Education (THE) has included five Vietnamese institutions in its annual ranking of the top universities in emerging markets for 2022, four of them in the top 500.
Vietnamese-Austrian economic, trade and investment relations have reached encouraging achievements despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Vietnam has become a reliable and important partner of Austria in Southeast Asia, and the two countries have much potential to develop bilateral trade and economic cooperation.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has seriously impacted the implementation of Viet Nam’s economic development plans, the National Assembly (NA) and Government have been proactively and urgently deploying stimulus packages to quickly restore the economy and leverage growth.
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The agricultural sector remained a pillar of Vietnam’s economy in the first nine months of the year. In addition, import-export turnover and foreign direct investment (FDI) also saw an impressive increase.
Viet Nam’s electronics industry, an increasingly important sector of the country’s economy, continues to grow despite the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Groundbreaking ceremonies for four key projects were launched on yesterday in Quang Ninh Province, marking the reopening of one of the pillar economies in Viet Nam after a long break due to COVID-19.
The government on October 20 launched the Siem Reap Tourism Development Master Plan 2021-2035 at a virtual ceremony presided over by Ministry of Economy and Finance Aun Pornmoniroth.
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A few days ago, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh announced that a resolution aimed at favoring business, including the private sector, will soon be enacted as part of the socio-economic recovery program.
After the pandemic is gradually put under control in many provinces, local authorities and businesses are striving to get the economy back to normal. However, for businesses, to resume operation, capital for production is one of the most important issues besides the shortage of labourers.