Vietnam is expecting that after 30 years launching, its 26 border-gate economic zones can greatly contribute to boosting trading, cultural exchanges while ensuring national security and building a strong partnership with neighboring countries sharing border lines. However, the zones in the North have not reached their fullest development potential according to the project ‘Master Plan on Vietnam’s Border-Gate Economic Zone Development up to 2020’ (Decision No.52/2008/QD, issued on April 25, 2008).
After the recent increase in credit limit, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has granted 13.6 percent of the total 14 percent credit room in 2022. The SBV continues to prioritize inflation control and macroeconomic stability, maintaining low lending interest rates to support businesses and economic recovery.
The People’s Committee of Quang Nam Province this morning held a press conference to announce the socio-economy of the province in September, the third quarter and the key task for the fourth quarter of 2022.