Tiếng Việt

Vietnam’s economy is resilient in the face of the “vortex” of geopolitical instability in the world, but it still needs to maintain growth momentum to keep up with the global economy, according to experts.

The Government has envisaged 15 socio-economic development targets for 2024, including GDP growth of 6-6.5% and per capita GDP of US$4,700-4,730.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh is chairing the Cabinet’s meeting on Saturday to review socio-economic performance over the last 10 months of this year.

Policies on higher pensions, social insurance benefits and monthly allowances, and e-visa extension shall come into effect from August 2023.

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong chaired a meeting of the Politburo and the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat in Hanoi on July 21 to discuss the socio-economic situation in the first half of 2023 and outline tasks for the remaining months.