According to the United Nations Resident Coordinator in Việt Nam Pauline Tamesis, the UN Secretary-General has assessed Việt Nam as one of the emerging economies with potential and resources, and emphasised the need for the UN to continue implementing more effective measures to support Việt Nam in implementing socio-economic development...
Viet Nam's economic growth is forecast to accelerate to 6.3 percent in 2024 before reaching 7 percent in 2025, according to the latest projection by global credit ratings agency Fitch Ratings.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into Vietnam have gradually recovered with many large-scale investment projects following the COVID-19 pandemic as well as political and economic uncertainties in the world.
Many reputable international organisations have shown their optimism about Vietnamese economic outlook, predicting that the country can complete its GDP growth target of 6.5% this year.
Investors from Japan, the Republic of Korea (RoK), and Singapore are looking for more potential merger and acquisition (M&A) opportunities in Vietnam, pinning high hopes on the long-term growth prospects of the market.
The Government has adopted a national action plan on combating money laundering, and financing of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and terrorism for the 2021-2025 period.
A Strategic Framework for Sustainable Development Cooperation (CF) between the Government of Vietnam and all UN resident and non-resident agencies in Vietnam for the 2022-2026 period was signed in Hanoi on August 11.
A series of business activities in ASEAN 2020 with the chair of Việt Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) as assigned by the ASEAN National Committee 2020 would be carried out this year.
The recent announcement of a roadmap for international financial reporting standards (IFRS) in Vietnam marks a key milestone on the path of improvement of financial reporting quality in the country.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signalled in no uncertain terms that it is ready to provide Vietnam with timely and flexible support for the government’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has increased trade finance limits for Vietnamese banks as a rapid response initiative to address, in advance, potential trade finance challenges triggered by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19.
Deutsche Bank has just announced making further investments into Vietnam to support higher trade flows from Europe, which are expected to increase following the recently ratified EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).