Tuesday, 26/9/2017
  • The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: Opportunities, Challenges and Action

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement was signed by 12 countries, including Brunei, Canada, Chile, the United States, Malaysia, Indonesia, Mexico, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Peru, Singapore and Viet Nam on 4 February 2016. The signatory countries account for 40% of the world’s GDP and 30% of global trade. This is a free trade agreement of the new generation and is expected to become a model for the development of regional and the world trade with higher requirements while productive forces have developed rapidly and global integration has been deepened.

  • Viet Nam Economic Overview in 2015: Issues and forecast in 2016

    In 2015, the world and Viet Nam’s economy faced many difficulties and challenges, but also many advantages and opportunities. To speed up Viet Nam's economy, it is necessary to have resolute solutions in 2016 and high political will in promoting the market economy’s full and scientific operation.

  • Impacts of free trade agreements on Viet Nam’s economy

    The renovation initiated and led by the Party has created a bright socio-economic picture for the country. To date, Viet Nam has established trade relations with more than 200 countries and territories and has been considered as one of the largest export-oriented economies in ASEAN. This process has been influenced by free trade agreements which Viet Nam has signed.

  • Foreign direct investment in Viet Nam under the impact of EVFTA

    Negotiations for the EU-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) was launched in 2012 and concluded in early August 2015 and are approaching the final step for signing with mixed opportunities and challenges. EVFTA promises to vigorously promote foreign investment activities in Viet Nam in the coming time.

  • Prospect of Asia-Pacific economy in 2015: Mixed advantages and challenges

    Sharp drop in oil prices and increase of US dollar has confronted domestic currencies of developing economies with new challenges. This is a noticeable maker of the world economy in general and the Asia-Pacific economy in particular in 2014. Nevertheless, Asia-Pacific has been identifies as the “the pace setter” of the world economic growth.

  • Results of monetary policy regulation in 2014 and key tasks in 2015

    The year 2014 witnessed clear results of monetary policy regulation and banking operation in the past three years, when correct guidelines and policies of the Party and State were affirmed, the political system and people’s trust in the guidelines and policies of the Government and the State Bank were consolidated, and a firm foundation was laid for the banking sector successfully fulfilling its objectives and tasks in 2015 and the whole period of 2011-2015.

  • Thirty years of international economic integration: some thoughts and recommendations

    After nearly thirty years of renovation, Viet Nam has gradually integrated into regional and international economies. Achievements recorded in that integration process have made important contribution to socio-economic development, and enhanced the country’s position and role in the international arena. Looking back at the past thirty years, we can see more clearly advantages, difficulties, opportunities and challenges to be able to reap new achievements in proactive and active international integration in the coming time.

  • The socio-economic situation of Viet Nam in 2014

    Despite numerous difficulties and challenges, Viet Nam’s economy in 2014 continued developing with the GDP growth rate of 5.98%, higher than the 5.42% of 2013. Other social aspects were also given attention to. People’s life has been stabilized and improved in several aspects.

  • Guideline and solution orientation for continued completing the socialist-oriented market economy of Viet Nam

    During the 30 years of renovation, while implementing the socialist-oriented market economy, through each of the Party National Congresses, awareness on the socialist-oriented market economy model has been renewed and enhanced; fundamental basis of the socialist-oriented market economy has been established and developed gradually. Continuing to impartially review achievements and constraints and take appropriate measures is a guaranteeing factor for successful realization of socialism in Viet Nam.

  • The Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership and its impacts on Viet Nam

    The Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership is a free trade agreement aiming at integration of economies in Asia-Pacific. By now, there have been 19 rounds of official negotiations and an unofficial round of negotiations with the participation of 12 countries of different economic development levels. That is why, identifying comprehensively opportunities and challenges brought about by the agreement to maximize benefits, prevent and reduce disadvantages is extremely important for each negotiating country in general and Viet Nam in particular.

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