Vietnam striving for higher sovereign credit ratings by 2030 Business

Vietnam striving for higher sovereign credit ratings by 2030

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai has approved the sovereign credit rating improvement project by 2030, part of an effort to make Vietnam a developing and upper-middle-income country with modern industry, heightening the country’s international reputation and reducing credit risks.
Vietnam needs to better sovereign credit ratings: ministry Business

Vietnam needs to better sovereign credit ratings: ministry

As Vietnam has become a middle-income country and will gradually depend more on foreign commercial loans, the improvement of the sovereign credit ratings will help the Government, businesses, and financial and credit institutions be more cost-effective when mobilising loans or issuing bonds to international capital markets, according to the Ministry of Finance.