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Ho Chi Minh City is at risk of labor shortage

In Ho Chi Minh City, the labor shortage after the COVID-19 epidemic is clearly visible, because many workers from provinces have decided to return to their hometown due to difficulties during the outbreak of the disease. Due to objective and…
Vietnamese Finance Minister: Central budget is almost empty

Vietnamese Finance Minister Ho Duc Phoc revealed in a meeting with the National Assembly Standing Committee on September 16 that the state budget is very tight, to the point of “almost no money left.” According to Mr. Phoc, tax revenue…
Covid-19: Vietnam eases blockade in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City

After nearly a month of implementing a high level of social distancing, starting today, September 16, 2021, the authorities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have begun to gradually relax several related epidemic prevention and control measures related to…
Vietnam: Supply chain disruption is not just a risk

Concern about supply chain disruption and unsecured social security are the reason why the Research Group of the National Economics University has just issued a series of urgent recommendations. Supply chain disruption in many industries and fields No longer a…
COVID-19 in Vietnam: inequality in handling violations

Since the COVID-19 outbreak re-emerged in April 2021, the Vietnamese government has stepped up handling and even prosecuting those who are believed to have violated anti-epidemic regulations, spreading COVID-19 to the community. This treatment is considered to be a deterrent…
World Bank: Three big risks to Vietnam’s economic outlook

Despite the positive economic outlook, the World Bank believes that Vietnam needs to handle high financial, financial, and social risks. According to the latest forecast of the World Bank (WB), Vietnam’s economic growth in 2021 could reach about 4.8%, and…
Vietnamese airlines face bankruptcy risk due to COVID-19

On August 24, the Vietnam Aviation Business Association (Vaba) announced that due to Covid-19, revenue of its airlines members decreased by 80-90%, cash flow was severely short, principal and interest debt increased. This situation puts the airline business on the…
Vietnam’s dealing with Covid-19 not proper in 4th wave

The new wave of Covid-19 outbreak in Vietnam continues to spread due to the impact of the Delta variant, especially in Saigon, although local governments have had to issue “social distancing” orders in many provinces, even applied a curfew in…