Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi continue to lead the momentum in Southeast Asia, raking third and seventh respectively among the most dynamic city in the world.
After four months of implementing CPTPP, Vietnam’s trade with Canada, Mexico and Japan has increased by over 70 per cent, 8 per cent and 4 per cent, respectively.
Vietnam's economic growth is expected to slow down to 6.7 per cent next year in the context of weaker external environment.
Vietnam should have a long-term project to convince the Vietnamese society that a certificate of vocational training is of the same value as an academic degree, recommended by Dr. Wolfgang Manig, Deputy Head of Mission and Economic Counsellor at the German Embassy in Hanoi.
Resilient regional trade, domestic economic performance and strong FDI inflows fuel Vietnamese businesses' optimism.
Even China awaits after the US elections to devise appropriate strategy so Vietnam must wait for response accordingly.
According to Hongkong Shanghai Banking Corporation, a broad lack of awareness from businesses of major trade and policy initiatives puts them at risk of missing out on significant international growth opportunities.
While foreign experts say that Vietnam gained more than it lost after joining the World Trade Organization (WTO), some Vietnamese experts say the opposite.
Publication permit No. 348/GP-BTTTT dated July 19, 2017, granted by the Ministry of Information and Communications of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
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