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Ho Chi Minh City must restructure towards resilience

Ho Chi Minh City must restructure towards resilience

(SGI) - For the last four decades, Ho Chi Minh City has held its position as the major economic hub of Vietnam. According to the General Statistics Office, in 2020 the economic growth of Ho Chi Minh City contributed around 21.8 percent towards the GDP of the country.
Clarity necessary on legal procedures for businesses

Clarity necessary on legal procedures for businesses

(SGI) - There is an urgent need to clarify the decisions made recently by the Government on exemption and reduction of taxes, fees, and land use levies to help production and business enterprises to recover after a long phase of decline across almost all businesses.
Stock market reaction positive to interest rate hike

Stock market reaction positive to interest rate hike

(SGI) - When the US Federal Reserve (FED) raised the interest rate recently the stock market reacted positively, unlike when in 2022 the continuous raising of the interest rate by the FED had caused panic across markets.
Vietnam seeks increased resilience in economy

Vietnam seeks increased resilience in economy

(SGI) - In order for Vietnam to achieve the economic growth target in 2023, it will be necessary to have a much better synchronized coordination between fiscal and monetary policies so as to increase resilience in the economy and remove bottlenecks.
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Economic recovery efforts slowing down

(SGI) - Although the Vietnamese economy made strong recovery right after the Covid-19 pandemic, this growth is now facing many challenges and the pace is not accelerating as expected. This viewpoint was expressed by Mr. NGUYỄN MINH CƯỜNG, Chief Economist of Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Vietnam. 
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Domestic businesses in precarious situation

(SGI) - Many enterprises in Vietnam are currently facing several difficult challenges in running their operations and these ongoing obstacles are very likely to have a serious effect on their resilience in the long run. 
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Economic stability will require serious adjustment

(SGI) - Economic instability across the entire globe is bound to affect Vietnam as well. Although economic data for Vietnam shows that difficulties have been overcome, but the fact remains that scores of businesses are still struggling. 
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Businesses hindered by institutional bottlenecks

(SGI) - On the occasion of Vietnam Entrepreneurs Day on 13 October, Dr. NGUYỄN ĐÌNH CUNG, former director of the Central Institute for Economic Management, said in his talk with Saigon Investment, that it is necessary to remove institutional bottlenecks that are holding back private enterprises from growing despite their many efforts.
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Target of 1.5 million enterprises unreasonable

(SGI) - According to the Vietnam Confederation of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), the draft Government Resolution has set a target of 1.5 million enterprises to be fully operational by 2025 in the country.  
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Foreign Direct Investment needs new approach

(SGI) - For the last many years, Vietnam has been in a quandary as to how to approach all Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) projects, and how best to take advantage of the opportunities they offer. 
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Inflation not a domestic problem in Vietnam

(SGI) - Although the economy in Vietnam is under great pressure with rising global inflation, a general assessment of the situation in Vietnam shows that inflation is not much of a domestic problem.
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Inflation not a domestic problem in Vietnam

(SGI) - Although the economy in Vietnam is under great pressure with rising global inflation, a general assessment of the situation in Vietnam shows that inflation is not much of a domestic problem.