Finance Ministry announces State budget estimates for 2022 Business

Finance Ministry announces State budget estimates for 2022

State budget collection in 2022 is expected to reach over 1.41 quadrillion VND (61.7 billion USD), while expenditure is estimated at about 1.78 quadrillion VND (78.05 billion USD), up 4.5 percent compared to that in 2021, according to a report on State budget estimates for 2022 that has been made public by the Ministry of Finance.
Hanoi’s GRDP up 6.69 percent in Q4 Business

Hanoi’s GRDP up 6.69 percent in Q4

Hanoi’s Gross Regional Domestic Products (GRDP) was estimated to increase by 6.69 percent in the fourth quarter of 2021, and by 2.92 percent in the whole year, the municipal Department of Planning and Investment reported.
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.
NA adopts 2021-2025 national financial plan Politics

NA adopts 2021-2025 national financial plan

The 15th National Assembly adopted a resolution on the national financial plan and public debt borrowing and payment for the 2021-2025 period on July 28 during the ongoing first session in Hanoi.
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.
State budget revenue up in first two months Business

State budget revenue up in first two months

State budget collections were estimated at 286.7 trillion VND (12.4 billion USD) during January and February, or 21.3 percent of the annual estimate and up 0.6 percent year-on-year, the Ministry of Finance reported on March 8.