Finance Minister: Creating new impetus for economic recovery Business

Finance Minister: Creating new impetus for economic recovery

In 2022, the Ministry of Finance will continue to study, propose and promptly implement policies on budget collection and spending to support those severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, creating a new impetus for socio-economic recovery and development.
Solutions needed to stabilise prices at year-end Business

Solutions needed to stabilise prices at year-end

Shopping habits tended to focus only on essential goods amid the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has therefore become necessary to identify solutions to effectively stabilise prices to stimulate consumer spending.
State budget collection up 15.6 percent in seven months Business

State budget collection up 15.6 percent in seven months

Total state budget revenue reached 912.1 trillion VND (39.74 billion USD) in the first seven months of 2021, equaling 67.9 percent of the estimate and up 15.6 percent year-on-year, data released by the Ministry of Finance on August 9 showed.
Indonesian government boosts health, social spending World

Indonesian government boosts health, social spending

The Indonesian government has decided to raise budget spending on health care and social protection to over 214.9 trillion rupiah from the previous 93.93 trillion rupiah (nearly 6.5 billion USD) within the framework of the national economic recovery (PEN).
Budget collection up over 15 percent in five months Business

Budget collection up over 15 percent in five months

State budget collection was estimated to reach 98.6 trillion VND in May, pushing total revenue in the first five months of 2021 to 667.9 trillion VND (nearly 29 billion USD), equivalent to 49.7 percent of the yearly estimate, up 15.2 percent year on year, the Ministry of Finance has reported.