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National economy on road to recovery: commission

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Vietnam's economic outlook has brightened since the third quarter of 2013 thanks to improvements in production, according to the National Financial Supervisory Commission (NFSC).
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National action plan aims to further green growth - Economy - VietNam News

National action plan aims to further green growth - Economy - VietNam News | Vietnam Economic Development Project | Scoop.it
The Ministry of Planning and Investment on Friday announced a national
action plan on "green growth" that focuses on reducing greenhouse gas
emissions and increasing the use of clean and renewable energy.
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Vietnam Shines as Neighbors Await Export Bounce - Wall Street Journal (blog)

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Vietnam Shines as Neighbors Await Export Bounce
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Say what you will about the political or economic management skills of Vietnam's Communist rulers, but the party's grip on power appears secure.
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Sweden supports EU early recognition of Vietnam’s market economy

Sweden supports EU early recognition of Vietnam’s market economy | Vietnam Economic Development Project | Scoop.it
[caption id="attachment_1473863" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Deputy PM Vu Van Ninh and Speaker of the Swedish Parliament Per Westerberg.
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Vietnam economy: The growth is now faltering

BBC News mới có clip ngắn về tình hình kinh tế Việt Nam hiện tại. Việt Nam từng được coi như một bản sao của Trung Quốc về mô hình phát triển kinh tế. Với lự...
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Vietnam’s economic recovery on track

Vietnam’s economic recovery on track | Vietnam Economic Development Project | Scoop.it
The committee is optimistic about the country's economic growth in 2014 thanks to improvements in aggregate demand, private investment, and exports.
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Vietnam Economy Likely Grew 4.96% on Year in 1Q - Report - Wall Street Journal

Vietnam Economy Likely Grew 4.96% on Year in 1Q - Report - Wall Street Journal | Vietnam Economic Development Project | Scoop.it
Vietnam Economy Likely Grew 4.96% on Year in 1Q - Report
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HANOI--Vietnam's economy likely grew 4.96% in the first quarter from a year earlier, state media reported on Wednesday.
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Vietnam to spend $1.5 billion just on school books

Vietnam to spend $1.5 billion just on school books | Vietnam Economic Development Project | Scoop.it
The Vietnamese Ministry of Education is planning to spend around 34,000 billion dong (approximately $1.5 billion) on improving the quality of school textbooks over the next decade.
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Vietnam posts lower-than-expected trade deficit for March

HANOI, April 15 (Reuters) - Vietnam posted a trade deficitof $196 million in March, lower than an initial governmentestimate of $300 million, Vietnam Customs said on Tuesday.Exports last month were (RT @ForexGlobalNews: Vietnam posts lower-than-expected...
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Vietnam's First-Quarter Economic Growth Slows as Lending Hobbled - Bloomberg

Vietnam's First-Quarter Economic Growth Slows as Lending Hobbled - Bloomberg | Vietnam Economic Development Project | Scoop.it
Vietnam's First-Quarter Economic Growth Slows as Lending Hobbled Bloomberg Vietnam's policy makers are trying to bolster an economy that the World Bank estimates will grow 5.4 percent this year, slower than a government target of 5.8 percent, and a...
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