76 percent of Vietnamese plan domestic travel in 2022 Travel

76 percent of Vietnamese plan domestic travel in 2022

Visa, the world’s leading digital payment service provider, has reported great pent-up appetite for travel among Vietnamese in its Voice of the Consumer survey, which found that as many as 76 percent of respondents are planning to travel for leisure within the country, far higher than the 38 percent planning overseas trips.
76 percent of Vietnamese plan domestic travel in 2022 Business

76 percent of Vietnamese plan domestic travel in 2022

Visa, the world’s leading digital payment service provider, has reported great pent-up appetite for travel among Vietnamese in its Voice of the Consumer survey, which found that as many as 76 percent of respondents are planning to travel for leisure within the country, far higher than the 38 percent planning overseas trips.
Hanoi’s CPI inches up 1.77 percent in 2021 Business

Hanoi’s CPI inches up 1.77 percent in 2021

The consumer price index (CPI) of Hanoi grew by 1.77 percent year on year in 2021, a low level compared to the figures recorded in recent years, according to the municipal Statistics Office.
Central bank promotes licensed consumer finance Business

Central bank promotes licensed consumer finance

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) will enhance inspections to discover illegal finance companies and protect the interests of consumers and licensed finance companies, according to the SBV’s Governor Nguyen Thi Hong.
Under-4-percent CPI for 2021 is believed to be feasible Business

Under-4-percent CPI for 2021 is believed to be feasible

Vietnam will certainly keep its inflation rate under 4 percent for the whole year as targeted by the National Assembly since the average Consumer Price Index (CPI) growth is now estimated at around 2 percent, according to Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai.
November CPI up 0.32 percent Business

November CPI up 0.32 percent

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in November was up by 0.32 percent compared to October, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).