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More chances for Vietnam to finance sustainable development

In support of the Vietnam Government’s aspiring climate goals and COP26 commitment to become a net zero economy by 2050, HSBC Vietnam has announced its commitment to arranging up to $12 billions of direct and indirect sustainable financing for Vietnam, and the corporate sector in Vietnam by 2030.

Four factors could cast a shadow over Vietnam’s tourism recovery

A dearth of Chinese tourists, historically accounting for one-third of total arrivals, also suggests that the near-term boost of Vietnam’s tourism maybe muted.

Businesses anticipate stronger economic rebound next year

Vietnam’s economy will experience the gradual rebound in the next six months before booming again in the second half of 2022.

Key for Vietnam's economic recovery

A fast vaccination roll-out will help Vietnam quickly re-open up its economy after the novel pandemic.

Vietnam economy will persist at least through the third quarter: HSBC

HSBC have recently trimmed Vietnam’s 2021 growth forecast from 6.6 per cent to 6.1 per cent, reflecting the impact of the recent outbreak. That said, once Vietnam is able to contain Covid-19, it should regain its momentum quickly.

HSBC warns of real estate risks

HSBC expects rising housing prices to constrain the SBV’s ability to deliver any further rate cuts.

Secret from balance sheets of ‘Big 4’ banks

In per-labour-force terms, consumer debt even jumped from 41 per cent of income in 2013 to more than 100 per cent in 2020, according to HSBC.

Vietnam in a league of its own post Covid-19 pandemic

Although Vietnam can sit on its advantages after Covid-19, the country should not let reforms slip its mind.

Persisting external headwinds remain the biggest risk to Vietnam’s growth

A possible deceleration in 2020 growth of Vietnam's main export markets would weigh on its growth.

Vietnam to enjoy stronger FDI inflows from slow-release trade tensions effects

Vietnam is outperforming its regional peers in terms of exports and can further count on more FDI to come as the result of the ongoing US-China trade tensions. And it all now depends on whether the country is equipped with appropriate capacity to absorb such FDI inflows.

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