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dimanche 30 septembre 2012

Vietnam Jan-Sept GDP growth slows to 4.73%

Vietnam's economy grew an estimated 4.73 percent in the first nine months of this year from a year ago, slowing from the 5.77-percent annual expansion in the same period last year, the government said on Thursday.

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jeudi 6 septembre 2012

Vietnam’s GDP growth proposed at 6pct in 2013

At the regular cabinet meeting August held on September 5 and 6, socioeconomic development plan for 2013 is going to be discussed.

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mardi 4 septembre 2012

Vietnam manufacturing slows in august

Manufacturing activity in Vietnam continued to contract in August, but at the slowest rate in four months, according to a purchasing managers index released Tuesday.

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mardi 10 avril 2012

Average income of the Vietnamese remain low compared with Asean

Average income of the Vietnamese remains very low compared with Asean and China's, Vietnam Business Forum Magazine reported, citing the conclusion of the state-level scientific project made by the National Economic University according to the requirement of National Assembly's Economic Committee.

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vendredi 13 janvier 2012

2012 GDP, inflation targets hard to achieve

Many economic problems are still looming large in and outside Vietnam, making experts at a business forum in HCM City on Monday believe this year would be very challenging for Vietnam to reach targets for gross domestic product growth and inflation.

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mercredi 11 janvier 2012

Vietnam to adjust interest rates, weaken currency, chief banker says

Vietnam will adjust policy interest rates to “more suitable” levels after the first quarter and weaken the dong as much as 3 percent this year, central bank Governor Nguyen Van Binh said.

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Three scenarios for Vietnam's 2012 economic growth

Three possible scenarios for the country's economic growth this year were unveiled yesterday by the National Committee for Financial Supervision.

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samedi 7 janvier 2012

Vietnam: Why is the economy not taking off ?

Studies reveal that Vietnam is the only country among the Next Eleven (N-11) countries that has managed to maintain a growth comparable to that of China and India in the past five years.

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mercredi 28 décembre 2011

Vietnam’ key indicators in 2011

Vietnam’s 2011 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth is estimated at 6%, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 18.13% on year in December 2011, the local news provider Gafin reported.

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samedi 24 décembre 2011

Vietnam's 2011 GDP growth revised down

HANOI—Vietnam's gross domestic product growth is likely to decelerate to 5.9% this year as the country has been focused on taming inflation, the government said on Friday.

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jeudi 8 décembre 2011

Vietnam's per capita income to top $1,300

Vietnam's gross domestic product (GDP) this year is expected to reach $119 billion, while per capita income will be roughly $1,300, according to Vu Huy Hoang, the minister of Industry and Trade.

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samedi 24 septembre 2011

Vietnam’s economic growth slows to 5.76% in first 9 months

Vietnam’s economic growth slowed in the first three quarters of 2011 after the government pushed up borrowing costs earlier this year in a bid to slow inflation.

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mercredi 29 juin 2011

Vietnam economic growth slows in 2011's first half

Hanoi - Vietnam's economy grew 5.57 per cent in the first half of this year, compared with 6.16 per cent in the same period last year, government officials said Tuesday.

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mercredi 9 mars 2011

Vietnam's 2011 GDP to grow 6.5-7.0 pct y/y

Vietnam's economy could expand at between 6.5 percent and 7.0 percent this year, below the government's annual target, as it concentrates on fighting inflation, a state-run newspaper reported on Tuesday.

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samedi 15 janvier 2011

Party stresses growth quality, restructuring

General Secretary of the Vietnam Communist Party Nong Duc Manh said on Wednesday in Hanoi that while high growth would be pursued in the 2011-2020 period, the country will attend more to the quality of growth.

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vendredi 31 décembre 2010

Vietnam 2010 growth fastest in three years

Vietnam's economy grew at its fastest pace in three years in 2010, according to an official estimate released Wednesday, despite concerns over high inflation, a struggling currency and its current account deficit.

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samedi 20 novembre 2010

Vietnam's per capita national income fall

The general Statistical Office of Vietnam's data showed that while per capita gross domestic product (GDP) at current prices in 2009 increased 1.14 percent versus 2008, the per capita gross national product (GNP) in current prices fell 1.2 percent.

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mardi 28 septembre 2010

Vietnam Q3 growth well above target at 7.16 percent

HANOI — Vietnam's third-quarter growth hit 7.16 percent, well above the government's target of 6.5 percent for the full year, government data said on Tuesday.

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lundi 9 août 2010

2010 GDP growth may exceed 6.5pct

“Economic growth in coming time is likely to reach higher levels against previous months and be able to even surpass the year’s target of 6.5%,” Ministry of Planning and Investment (MoPI) said in a report on socio-economic development in July and first seven months at the government's regular meeting.

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mercredi 31 mars 2010

Vietnam's ruling party to target 7-8pct GDP growth

Vietnam's ruling Communist Party is targeting annual economic growth of 7-8 percent over the coming five years, it said in a statement after a meeting of senior party leaders.

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mercredi 10 juin 2009

Vietnam sees 2010 GDP growth at 6.5-7pct

Vietnam expects economic growth to pick up from next year, the government said.

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mercredi 1 avril 2009

Vietnam should be cautious on growth prospects, ADB warns

After the information that Vietnamese government could propose National Assembly to lower the 2009 GDP growth target from 6.5% to 5%, Asian Development Bank (ADB) also adjusted the forecast on Vietna,'s GDP in 2009.

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lundi 10 novembre 2008

Vietnam growth target criticized as too ambitious

Hanoi - Vietnamese economy experts and business people said Friday that a 6.5-per-cent growth target set by the government for the country's gross domestic product for 2009 may be unreasonably high. Vietnam's National Assembly approved the 6.5 per cent target on Thursday.

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jeudi 16 octobre 2008

Vietnam aims for 7 percent growth next year

HANOI - Vietnam is aiming for 7 percent economic growth while tries to contain soaring inflation to less than 15 percent for next year.

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vendredi 3 octobre 2008

Vietnam targets 7% GDP growth for 2009

Vietnam's Ministry of Planning and Investment targets the economy to grow 7% next year, flat from 7% estimated for this year, state-owned Vietnam News Agency reported Wednesday.

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jeudi 18 septembre 2008

ADB raises alarm on Vietnam's finance market

Asian Development Bank (ADB) proposed Vietnam should accept to swap the economic growth target for inflation control in next few months for the macroeconomic stabilisation and restore in next years.

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mardi 6 mai 2008

Vietnam PM asks assembly to lower GDP growth target to 7 percent

Vietnam's premier on Tuesday vowed to battle double-digit inflation and asked the national assembly to formally lower the country's 2008 economic growth target from 8.5 to 7.0 percent. The communist government's key goals were to "curb inflation, stabilize the economy and ensure social security and sustainable development," Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung told the opening session of the assembly.

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