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lundi 22 août 2016

Vietnam doubtful of Trans-Pacific Partnership sign-off

Southeast Asian nation's economy expected to do well, whether the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership succeeds or fails.

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mardi 16 août 2016

Retail competition intensifies in Vietnam

Competition is heating up in Vietnam’s retail sector, as deregulation attracts entrants from other industries and from overseas.

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mardi 9 août 2016

Russian automobiles to have free access to ASEAN via Vietnam

The Eurasian Economic Union’s Minister of Trade Veronika Nikishina talks to RBTH about the Union’s s free trade agreement with Vietnam, and explains why a similar agreement with Singapore should cover services and investment, and not just reduced tariffs on goods.

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lundi 8 août 2016

Good afternoon, Vietnam

Having attained middle-income status, Vietnam aims higher

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dimanche 31 juillet 2016

Vietnam the big winner from China’s move up the value chain

China’s ongoing transition from low-wage manufacturer to budding high-tech hothouse is creating waves across the rest of Asia.

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jeudi 21 juillet 2016

Vietnam economy may miss growth target, warns PM

A crippling drought in Vietnam will probably cause the government to miss its 6.7% growth target this year, adding to pressure on new Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc as he seeks to reassure investors of his economic reforms.

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mardi 5 juillet 2016

Vietnam's public debt on the rise

Vietnam's government debt reached more than 1.5 quadrillion dong (US$66.7 billion) last year, expanding nearly 70 per cent during the 2010-15 period, the Vietnam News Agency reported on Monday.

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dimanche 26 juin 2016

Brexit to leave no immediate impact on Vietnam’s stocks, trade ties with UK

Vietnam’s stock market reacted immediately to Britain's vote to leave the European Union, but industry insiders believe immediate Brexit impacts on the market as well as the bilateral trade ties between the two countries are unlikely.

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vendredi 10 juin 2016

Vietnam rising

Competition for foreign direct investment (FDI) has become tighter among the 10 member-states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean). Latest data from London-based Financial Times shows the Philippines at fifth place, with an FDI value of $8.5 billion in 2015.

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mardi 7 juin 2016

Việt Nam forecasts continued trade deficit this year

Việt Nam will continue running a trade deficit in 2016 that will be under 5 per cent of total export revenue, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has forecast.

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mercredi 20 avril 2016

The TPP : A win for Vietnam's workers

“The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the first trade agreement to subject Vietnam to enforceable labor commitments.”

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lundi 28 mars 2016

Vietnam sharply lowers growth expectations due to disaster impacts

Vietnam's gross domestic product (GDP) for this year will be much lower than last year's and also sharply below the prior estimate, as various natural disasters have pulled down agricultural, forestry and fishery production of the country, said the minister for planning and investment.

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samedi 26 mars 2016

Vietnam’s economic growth slows to 5.46% in first quarter

Vietnam’s economic growth slowed in the first quarter, as climate change dealt a blow to agricultural production, a key sector of the Southeast Asian economy.

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lundi 21 mars 2016

IMF chief says Vietnam's economy Is at risk without reforms

Vietnam risks being vulnerable to external shocks if it doesn’t push through reforms to strengthen its banking system and restructure state businesses, according to International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde.

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mercredi 16 mars 2016

EU free trade deal will trap Vietnam in low-wage, low-skill cycle

The EU Ombudsman criticised the Commission this month for failing to provide an audit of how its Free Trade Agreement with Vietnam would affect human rights before signing off the deal. Ruth Kelly, explains how it will trap Vietnam in a low-profit-low-wage cycle.

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Why Vietnam loves the Trans-Pacific Partnership

In China’s shadow, Hanoi is biting on the trade pact and swallowing its bitter past with the United States.

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mardi 15 mars 2016

Singapore becomes leading investor in Vietnam

Singapore has become Vietnam’s leading investment partner after investing more than US$36 billion in numerous local projects, including processing, technology, manufacturing, real estate, construction, transportation, and storage.

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mardi 8 mars 2016

China top trade partner of Vietnam: Vietnamese official

A Vietnamese official described China as a top partner of Vietnam with two-way trade of over 66 billion U.S. dollars in 2015 during an event held in Vietnam's capital Hanoi on Monday.

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dimanche 10 janvier 2016

Vietnam economists perplexed by massive gap between official GDP estimates

Economists are scratching their heads over a discrepancy of nearly VND300 trillion (US$13.18 billion) between the estimates of Vietnam's 2015 gross domestic product released by two government agencies, warning that the issue could result in mismanagement.

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jeudi 7 janvier 2016

Vietnam may sell stakes in some big state firms in 2016

The Vietnam government could sell stakes in some large state-owned enterprises this year, including network provider Mobifone and brewer Sabeco, a finance ministry official said.

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dimanche 3 janvier 2016

Vietnam could beat China on GDP growth in 2016

Vietnam’s economy has the chance to expand at a faster pace than that of China in 2016, and what matters is whether the country can grab the opportunity, an economist has said.

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dimanche 27 décembre 2015

Vietnam to post bigger trade deficits with China, other countries in 2015

Vietnam’s trade deficit with China and several other countries are expected to widen in 2015, the latest customs data show.

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Vietnam economic growth accelerates

Vietnam's economic growth this year accelerated to its highest pace since 2010, supported by robust export-oriented manufacturing and foreign investment.

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jeudi 24 décembre 2015

Vietnam’s divide: slow healing, fewer prospects for children of U.S. allies

As a graduate from one of Vietnam’s most prestigious schools, 22-year-old Cao would seem to have a bright future ahead of him — if only the past would get out of the way. He’s found his career prospects hemmed in by the lingering legacy of a war that ended nearly two decades before he was born.

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Vietnam has record low 2015 inflation, but pace could jump in 2016

Vietnam saw record low inflation of 0.63 percent in 2015 but the rate could rise to 5 percent next year on anticipated increases in electricity, education and healthcare prices, the government said on Thursday.

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dimanche 20 décembre 2015

It’s time for domestic changes in Vietnam

In 2015 was Vietnam’s year to consolidate its diplomatic position in the international arena, 2016 will be crucial for bringing domestic political structures in line with the country’s new position in the global economic and security architecture.

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mercredi 16 décembre 2015

Lost in integration: Vietnam’s free trade gamble

Vietnam signed a flurry of Free Trade Agreements in 2015. Does this mean the country is getting involved in a messy geopolitical struggle or is it just business ?

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samedi 5 décembre 2015

Vietnam, European Union Ink New Free Trade Pact

Vietnam and the European Union inked a new free trade agreement (FTA) Tuesday in a move both sides hailed as a boost for ties as well as the EU’s relationship with Southeast Asia more generally.

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mardi 20 octobre 2015

Vietnam targets higher growth for next five years

Exports and foreign investment from TPP expected to spur expansion, prime minister says

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Why the TPP trade deal Isn’t all good for Vietnam’s factories

Vietnam is poised to be the biggest beneficiary of the 12-nation pact, but for the country’s manufacturers, there are downsides

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