Vietnam Economy Remains Resilient to External Shocks

Although Vietnam remains significantly exposed to the Covid-19 outbreak and the ongoing turbulence in global financial markets, its economy has shown resilience to external shocks in the first few months of 2020. The country’s GDP was forecast to decrease from 6.5% to 4.9% in 2020.

Hoa Binh Creating Most Favorable Conditions for Businesses and Investors

Hoa Binh province has stepped up measures to support investors to accelerate their projects and launched various activities to facilitate business operations of local enterprises in the past years. Mr. Nguyen Van Phuc, Deputy Director of Hoa Binh Department of Planning and Investment, shared about the above contents. Ngo Khuyen reports.

Pausing Tourism to Prevent Pandemic Spread

In response to the spreading Covid-19 infection, following the direction of the government, many localities have simultaneously stopped tourist reception at places of interest to ensure safety for visitors and residents.

Economic Restructuring Aligned with Growth Model Change

In recent years, although the volatile world economy has exerted substantial impacts on socioeconomic targets of Vietnam in general and An Giang province in particular, with its determination to deal with difficulties and challenges, An Giang province achieved positive progress in socioeconomic situation in 2019.

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