(SGI) - Vietnam's export landscape is undergoing a robust recovery, driven by a combination of market dynamics and strategic shifts in production. Michael Kokalari, Director of Macroeconomic Analysis and Market Research at VinaCapital, sheds light on the country's export revival.
(SGI) - After a quiet spell, agricultural stocks have surged into the limelight, grabbing the attention of investors. However, beneath the surface of price gains, several businesses find themselves grappling with challenges.
(SGI) - Exports forecast for the last six months of the year indicate that there are still some groups of industries that have the ability to accelerate and achieve their target. However, this may not be the case where many other industries are concerned, with a bleaker picture emerging day by day.
(SGI) - During the first three months of the year, it has become apparent that China is emerging as a strong export destination for many Vietnamese agricultural products. With the US and European market still struggling to recover, China may well be the much-needed answer for Vietnam.
(SGI) - Outstanding business results in 2022 were factors for investors to expect great hopes in seaport stocks in 2023. However, recent statistics show that seaport enterprises are facing turbulent times as demand has fallen all round.
(SGI) - The current global economic slowdown will greatly affect the economy of Vietnam in days to come due to increased interest rates and tightening of the monetary policy by central banks. However, we believe that the Government will find a solution to support the economy by increasing the disbursement of public investment.
(SGI) - Although the last months of the year had seen a substantial drop in export orders, the textile and garment industry, as well as the seafood industry, still ended the year with positive results.
(SGI) - The current ongoing economic fluctuation occurring worldwide is clearly affecting many export businesses in Vietnam in the last months of 2022 and is forecast to continue to affect throughout 2023.
(SGI) - The move made by some commercial banks to reduce the lending interest rate, and the decision of the State Bank of Vietnam to increase credit by 1.5% to 2% has had a positive impact on manufacturing and export enterprises.
(SGI) - The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) has had a positive impact on Vietnamese enterprises and exports in the last two years since it came into force. However, the market share of Vietnamese products in Europe is still rather modest.