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VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, JULY 2022

In the first 7 months of 2022, Vietnam's economic situation continued to recover in many fields. Typically, export turnover reached more than 431 billion USD, disbursed FDI capital maintained an upward momentum, the number of international visitors to Vietnam increased by the same number of times.

In following section, NDTC Consulting would briefly describe herewith some highlights regarding most significant variations of macroeconomic indicators during July and the first seven months of 2022.
 

INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE IN VIETNAM

A series of industrial park and warehouse projects has been started in many provinces as demand for industrial land and warehouse have been recovered steadily with an increase of 10% and 7% year-over-year, respectively.

VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, JUNE 2022

With a series of timely and reasonable management instructions by the Government, Vietnam's economy - society in the second quarter and first six months of 2022 has prospered in most industries and fields. In which, GDP growth reached a high level, import and export turnover continued to grow compared to previous years, the number of international tourists gradually returned...

VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, MAY 2022

The latest data from the General Statistics Office shows that the economy has had many signs of improvement. Typically, the industrial production index in May increased by 10.4% over the same period in 2021, higher than the two previous years of 2018 and 2019; the number of newly established enterprises at the highest level in the same period in the past 5 years...

HEALTHCARE IN VIETNAM

Demand in healthcare sector in Vietnam has been fueled by the economic and demographic transformation over the past decade. A fast-growing middle class and an aging population are the main drivers signifying a promising and exciting perspective for healthcare industry in Vietnam. Accordingly, the country’s healthcare spending is expected to reach USD23 billion in 2022, which is sharply increased from USD17 billion in 2019, also given the impact of COVID-19 towards the growing need for healthcare investment in Vietnam.

VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, APRIL 2022

With 15,000 newly established businesses, April 2022 becomes the month with the highest number of newly established businesses ever…

VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, MARCH 2022

The process of economic recovery has added new bright signals. Typically, in the first quarter of 2021, the whole country had nearly 34.6 thousand newly registered enterprises with a total registered capital of 471.2 trillion VND, an increase of 18.1% in the number of enterprises and an increase of 5 .2% in registered capital over the same period last year...

FINTECH DEVELOPMENT SITUATION AND PROSPECTS IN VIETNAM

In the past year, the covid pandemic and new strains have caused the country's economic sector to become severely depressed. However, with the Fintech industry, it makes a different case.

It seems that the emergence of the pandemic as an invisible stepping stone to lift this industry to new heights. Specifically, in Vietnam, there have been many amazing changes based on the 2021 report.

VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, FEBRUARY 2022

Vietnam's economy in February and the first two months of 2022 had positive signals from industrial production and the number of businesses entering and returning to the market...

VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, JANUARY 2022

Vietnam's economy has welcomed the first month of 2022 with a series of bright spots such as registered FDI capital increased by 4.2%; the number of newly established enterprises increased by 28.9%; CPI increased slightly by 0.19%...

COP 26 AND THE IMPACTS ON VIETNAM’S ENERGY SECTOR

After a one-year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) commenced on 31 October to 12 November 2021 with the hope to secure global commitments in mitigation, adaptation, and finance.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh led the Vietnamese delegation to the COP26, taking place in Glasgow, Scotland, the United Kingdom, under the co-presidency of the United Kingdom and Italy. As one of countries hit hardest by climate change, Viet Nam has not only scaled up commitments but also taken concrete actions to go green.

VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, DECEMBER 2021

Overcoming a series of difficulties and challenges brought by the Covid-19 epidemic, Vietnam's full-year 2021 economic picture still shows many bright spots. In which, import and export of goods reached 668.5 billion USD; CPI rose to lowest level since 2016...

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