Từ khóa: #inflation

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Economy quite resilient to external shock

Vietnam could face many new challenges in 2023, although experts believe that despite adverse effects from the outside, the Vietnamese economy has remained rather resilient so far.
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Vietnamese enterprises forced to lay off workers

Even though the Covid-19 pandemic is well over and businesses are making efforts at recovery so that production can continue and jobs can be retained, other factors have now come into play. 
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Economic stability will require serious adjustment

Economic instability across the entire globe is bound to affect Vietnam as well. Although economic data for Vietnam shows that difficulties have been overcome, but the fact remains that scores of businesses are still struggling. 
Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Khai is delivering his speech at the meeting (Photo: VGP)

More flexible, active price management needed: Deputy Prime Minister

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai in yesterday’s meeting with the Price Management Steering Committee concluded that the price management and administration should continue to be flexible and active to ensure inflation control for both this year and 2023.

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Current monetary policy quite suitable

Many people are concerned whether the country will face a tighter monetary policy and higher exchange and interest rates in the near future. 
Vietnam inflation still under control: economists

Vietnam inflation still under control: economists

Economists have forecast Vietnam’s inflation will be kept at around 3.3-3.8 percent this year, similar to the National Assembly-set target of below 4 percent, adding that the pressure for 2023, however, remains huge and requires appropriate response solutions.
Rising inflation causing concern for export businesses

Rising inflation causing concern for export businesses

The current appreciation of the US dollar will certainly help export businesses to benefit more, however, behind these benefits, there are still many rising concerns such as rising global inflation. It also seems that the pressure is becoming quite high on exporters for deliveries in the last months of the year.

Stock market best understood by professional investors

Stock market best understood by professional investors

During the last seven to eight trading sessions, the VN Index suddenly went down and then up again to bottom at 1,150 points. The Index almost stood still and always looked like it was going to break bottom. This resulted in a loss of liquidity in the stock market that left several investors doubtful.