CPI remains at its lowest level since 2016

CPI remains at its lowest level since 2016

The consumer price index (CPI) in November edged up by 0.32 percent over the previous month, 2 percent higher than December last year. In the first 11 months of this year, CPI surged by 1.84 percent year-on-year, the lowest increase since 2016, the General Statistics Office of Vietnam announced this morning.
Fuel prices simultaneously decline

Fuel prices simultaneously decline

After climbing for five consecutive times, the ministries of Industry and Trade and Finance, on November 25, decided to lower retail gasoline prices. However, the prices of RON95 and E5 RON92 gasoline remain at a high level.
Goods, services escalate simultaneously

Goods, services escalate simultaneously

The high gasoline prices (the highest level in the past seven years) have put pressure and affected many production and business activities of businesses and people. Over the past week, many types of goods, food, and services in Ho Chi Minh City have also rushed to raise their prices.
Enterprises face dual difficulties

Enterprises face dual difficulties

The transportation sector has been seriously affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, with high gasoline prices, most transport enterprises suffer more difficulties.
CPI rises 0.62 percent in July

CPI rises 0.62 percent in July

The consumer price index (CPI) in July edged up by 0.62 percent compared to the previous month, 2.25 percent compared to December last year, and 2.64 percent year-on-year.
The prices of educational services also increase in some provinces and municipalities. (Photo: SGGP)

CPI slightly edges up in August, education posts strongest increase

Consumer price index (CPI) in August 2020 slightly increased by 0.07 percent compared to the previous month and decreased by 0.12 percent compared to December last year, the lowest levels in the same month in the period from 2016 to 2020.
Petrol prices retreat to 11-year low

Petrol prices retreat to 11-year low

The prices of fuel in Vietnam declined the seventh consecutive time this year on April 13 to the lowest level in the past 11 years since March 2009 under the decision of the ministries of Finance and Industry and Trade.