The World Bank WB predicts Vietnam GDP growth this year at 6 8 percent in its East Asia Pacific Economic Update released on October 4
VCN- According to the Annual Global Competitiveness Report of the World Economic Forum, recently, the rank of Vietnam's national competitiveness has significantly improved.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has urged the World Bank (WB) to continue its financial and technical support for Vietnam during his meeting with the WB’s Vice President for East ...
Vietnam was listed among the world top 10 recipients of remittances in 2017 according to the latest report of the World Bank
What does 2018 hold for Vietnam’s economy? Sebastian Eckardt, World Bank’s lead economist for Vietnam, gives VIR an analysis of the country’s positive macro-economic performance in 2017, as well as ...
Minister Dinh Tien Dung had working session with Ms. Sandi Okoro – Vice President of World Bank and Mr. Ousmane Dione – National Director of World Bank in Vietnam accompanied ...
VCN- On 26th June 2017, the Deputy Prime Minister met representatives of the World Bank in Vietnam on trade facilitation, logistics development.
VCN- Previously, the World Bank funded a number of medical assistance projects for the Northern mountainous provinces from October 2008 to the end of February 2016.
Experts from the World Bank have made four key recommendations to resolve Vietnam’s problem of non-performing loans (NPLs).
VCN - In 2016, the Customs Authorities have publicly posted 168 administrative procedures; reviewed 13 administrative procedures for production forms for exports, non-tradable goods, and temporary imported goods for re-exports;
The State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV)nbsp;on Mondaynbsp;directed relevant agencies to enhance security measures against risks and frauds in payment,nbsp;following the execution of several scams recently.
The World Bank has applauded Vietnam’s idea of setting up a “super committee” to supervise assets owned by State-owned enterprises (SOEs), which are estimated at around $227 billion.
Việt Nam’s medium term outlook remains positive, Achim Fock, the acting country director for the World Bank in Việt Nam
Finnish Customs have been ranked as fourth-best in the world, according to a new survey by the World Bank. The institution surveyed 160 countries for its Logistical Performance Index.