Deputy PM lays out measures to curb CPI at 3.3-3.9 percent Business

Deputy PM lays out measures to curb CPI at 3.3-3.9 percent

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue required ministries, sectors and localities to control the consumer price index (CPI) between 3.3-3.9 percent in 2019 while chairing a conference of the National Steering Committee on Price Management in Hanoi on January 17.
Party, State leader warns against self-satisfaction Politics

Party, State leader warns against self-satisfaction

General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam and President Nguyen Phu Trong acknowledged the country’s 2018 socio-economic development achievements but warned against self-satisfaction when attending the Government’s meeting with localities on December 28.
This year’s CPI expands 3.54 percent from 2017: GSO Business

This year’s CPI expands 3.54 percent from 2017: GSO

2018 is considered a successful year in controlling inflation as the average consumer price index (CPI) rises by 3.54 percent from 2017 and 2.98 percent from last December, meeting the CPI growth target of under 4 percent.
Retail sales, services earn 172 billion USD in 11 months Business

Retail sales, services earn 172 billion USD in 11 months

Vietnam’s total revenue from retail sales and services has continued to grow strongly, reaching 4 quadrillion VND (172 billion USD) in the first 11 months of this year, a year-on-year increase of 11.5 percent, according to the Statistics Office of Vietnam.
Hanoi’s CPI drops in November Business

Hanoi’s CPI drops in November

The consumer price index (CPI) of Hanoi saw a decrease of 0.26 percent in November against the previous month and down 4.17 percent year-on-year, announced the city’s Department of Statistics.