HSBC lowers Vietnam’s inflation forecast to 3.5% Videos

HSBC lowers Vietnam’s inflation forecast to 3.5%

HSBC has lowered its forecast on Vietnam’s inflation rate in 2022 to 3.5 percent from its earlier prediction of 3.7 percent due to the stable domestic food price, which is expected to help curb the country’s headline inflation.
HSBC lowers Vietnam’s inflation forecast to 3.5 percent Business

HSBC lowers Vietnam’s inflation forecast to 3.5 percent

HSBC has lowered its forecast on Vietnam’s inflation rate in 2022 to 3.5 percent from its earlier prediction of 3.7 percent due to the stable domestic food price, which is expected to help curb the country’s headline inflation, according to a report released by the bank on June 14.
Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC Videos

Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC

Up to 21 percent of Indian firms operating or intending to operate in Southeast Asia plan to expand their business in Vietnam in the next two years, and the ratio is 26 percent among Chinese enterprises, according to a HSBC survey covering more than 1,500 companies from six of the world’s largest economies – all of which have operations in Southeast Asia.
Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC Business

Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC

Up to 21 percent of Indian firms operating or intending to operate in Southeast Asia plan to expand their business in Vietnam in the next two years, and the ratio is 26 percent among Chinese enterprises, according to a HSBC survey covering more than 1,500 companies from six of the world’s largest economies – all of which have operations in Southeast Asia.
Six global trends that will shape Vietnam’s future: HSBC Business

Six global trends that will shape Vietnam’s future: HSBC

Vietnam is recovering strongly and there are signs that the economy is shifting from survival to growth mode, said CEO of HSBC Vietnam Tim Evans, stressing the need for the country to effectively navigate global megatrends that will shape its future and ensure that it reaches its full potential in the coming years.
Banks cooperate with securities firms for expansion Business

Banks cooperate with securities firms for expansion

The strong development of the stock market, with rising retail investors and financial investment demand, has prompted many banks to cooperate with securities firms and fund management companies to add more cross-selling products.
HSBC Vietnam partners with Trungnam group in renewable energy projects Business

HSBC Vietnam partners with Trungnam group in renewable energy projects

HSBC Vietnam has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) for evaluating and providing financing solutions with a focus on sustainability with the Trung Nam Construction Investment Corporation (Trungnam Group), one of the largest renewable energy developers in Vietnam, according to Saigon Giai Phong newspaper.
First recycled plastic cards launched in Vietnam Business

First recycled plastic cards launched in Vietnam

HSBC Bank Vietnam has rolled out Vietnam’s first card made from recycled Polyvinyl chloride (rPVC) plastic as part of a programme launched by the HSBC Group to introduce sustainable cards across all its global locations.
HSBC forecasts Vietnam’s 2022 growth at 6.5 percent Business

HSBC forecasts Vietnam’s 2022 growth at 6.5 percent

Experts from Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) forecast that Vietnam’s GDP will grow 6.5 percent in 2022, after a two-year slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and its inflation rate will be curbed at 2.7 percent.
HSBC optimistic about Vietnam’s economy Business

HSBC optimistic about Vietnam’s economy

Vietnam’s economy should get back to GDP growth of 6.8 per cent next year, which will be driven by a return of strong foreign direct investment into the market, mainly focusing on the manufacturing sector, according to HSBC Vietnam.
WB, HSBC optimistic about Vietnam’s economy Business

WB, HSBC optimistic about Vietnam’s economy

Vietnam’s economy should get back to GDP growth of 6.8 percent next year, which will be driven by a return of strong foreign direct investment (FDI) into the market, mainly focusing on the manufacturing sector, CEO of HSBC Vietnam Tim Evans has said.