Growth of many sectors slows down in Q1: VEPR Business

Growth of many sectors slows down in Q1: VEPR

The future of the Vietnamese economy in 2019may become more unstable due to impacts from shocks in the international market, according to the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR).
Foreign firms dominate VN electronics Business

Foreign firms dominate VN electronics

Though Vietnam is the world’s 12th largest exporter of electronics and the third-largest in ASEAN since 2015, up to 95 percent of the country’s electronics output comes from foreign-owned enterprises
Beverage sector needs to strategise Business

Beverage sector needs to strategise

Local beverage enterprises should have reasonable strategies on production and consumption to gain growth in the situation of high inventory at present, said experts.

Big challenge for VN’s economy in 2014

Maintaining last year’s reasonable rates of economic growth in 2014 presents a major challenge in the current economic context. A report by Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV).

Ministry looks to promoting production and stabilising prices

To ensure enough goods for the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, the Ministry of Industry and Trade directed all sectors to increase production in order to balance supply and demand and focus on stabilising prices, reports Vietnam Economic News.

Industrial stockpiles continue to decrease

The manufacturing and processing industry’s inventory index continues to fall thanks to higher domestic consumption, said Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Ho Thi Kim Thoa.

Industrial production rallies

The industrial production index (IIP) increased 6.7 percent year-on-year in May, placing total growth for the first five months at 5.2 percent.

Industry remains sluggish, inventories high

Industrial production continued to see low growth in November with the nation's Index of Industrial Production (IIP) increasing just 4.8 percent over October, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).