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Vietnam : Economic outlook bright in 2018


26th June, 2018

Việt Nam’s economic growth this year looks bright, thanks to positive economic performance in the first quarter.

The comment was made by Trần Quốc Phương, director of the Ministry of Planning and Investment’s National Economic Issues Department.

However, according to many experts, Việt Nam’s economic growth in the first few months of this year was high but not sustainable due to dependence on foreign direct investment (FDI) as the sector’s exports in the first five months of the year accounted for some 70 per cent of the country’s total export turnover.

“After 30 years of attracting FDI, we cannot deny the role played by FDI enterprises as they already have the value chain and utilise Việt Nam’s advantages to export,” Phương said.

Measures should be devised to promote links between domestic and FDI firms, thus helping the Vietnamese enterprises join global value chains and access more markets, he suggested. He also said the quality of growth could be measured by looking at the growth index.

From 2011 to date, Việt Nam’s average growth has been more than six per cent per year, a satisfactory growth rate for a developing country, Phương noted. TFP (aggregate factor productivity) is improving, while labour productivity and per capita income have been fine-tuned at US$2,385 per year, almost double that of 2010 and three times higher than in 2007, he added.

However, despite the promising economic prospects this year, Phương said the economy still faced many challenges. He also shared his concerns about inflation. Việt Nam’s inflation this year is predicted to suffer pressure due to the complex fluctuation of global oil prices and policies related to salary increase and price adjustment of health and education services, he said.

High inflation will adversely affect Việt Nam’s efforts to ensure macro-economic stability, Phương said.

A stable macro-economy, strong improvement in policy mechanisms related to institutional reforms, investment climate, administrative reforms and reduction of business costs will continue to effectively support domestic enterprises, thus promoting the development of the private sector.

Vietnam : G-bonds raise over US$3bn in 2018’s first half

28th June, 2018

The State Treasury of Việt Nam raised some VNĐ4.4 trillion (more than US$190.7 million) in the last government bond (G-bond) auction in June, reported Hà Nội Stock Exchange (HNX).

The amount brought the total funds collected from G-bond auctions in the first half of 2018 to nearly VNĐ74.6 trillion ($3.23 billion).

HNX said the auction it held on June 27 was a success as it sold 73.33 per cent of the total volume offered, despite interest rates continuing to rise for all maturity terms.

The auction looked to sell VNĐ6 trillion worth of G-bonds with five-year, seven-year, 10-year, 15-year, 20-year and 30-year maturity.

As much as VNĐ2.1 trillion were mobilised from 10-year bonds, with an annual interest rate of 4.37 per cent, up by 0.02 percentage from that of the previous auction on June 20.

Bonds with a 15-year maturity were sold for VNĐ1.8 trillion, with an annual yield rate of 4.7 per cent, 0.02 percentage higher than that of the June 20 auction.

As for 20-year bonds, VNĐ500 billion were raised at an interest rate of 5.2 per cent per annum, an increase of 0.02 percentage from that of an auction on June 13.

No bonds of five-year, seven-year and 30-year maturity were sold.

The National Financial Supervisory Commission has predicted that the G-bond market in 2018 will see modest changes than last year, thanks to an economic growth of more than 6.7 per cent and an inflation of below four per cent. It expects the value of G-bonds issued this year to reach VNĐ180 trillion.

Last year, Việt Nam sold some VNĐ159.9 trillion worth of G-bonds, with an average maturity of 13.52 years and an annual interest rate averaging at 6.07 per cent, down by 0.2 percentage points against 2016.

The interest rates of G-bonds have been on the rise lately after a long period of decline throughout 2017 and during the first four months of 2018. LINK

World Bank, IMF promise more support for Việt Nam

28th June, 2018

Deputy Prime Minister Vương Đình Huệ met Kristalina Georgieva, CEO of the World Bank, and Mitsuhiro Furusawa, Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, during his visit to the United States from June 25-27.

Huệ spoke highly of the meetings that the Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc had with World Bank (WB) CEO Kristalina Georgieva and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde during the latest 44th G7 Summit in Canada.

The WB and IMF were among Việt Nam’s top partners, Huệ said, adding that the WB and IMF had made great efforts to encourage Việt Nam’s socio-economic development, especially in poverty reduction and responses to climate change.

Speaking at the meetings, Huệ asked the WB to continue supporting the country’s sustainable development by improving its role in the Mekong Sub-Region and becoming a major partner of the Cambodia-Laos-Việt Nam Triangle Development Area.

He also welcomed WB proposal to increase investment in human resource training in the context of the fourth industrial revolution. Huệ also invited WB Chairman Jim Yong Kim on behalf of PM Phuc to the World Economic Forum ASEAN 2018 that will take place in mid-September.

In response to Huệ, WB CEO Kristalina said her organisation respected its relationship with Việt Nam and highly appreciated Việt Nam’s development progress in the past few years, especially with the country paying more attention to sustainable development besides its economic growth.

The WB recommended that Việt Nam provide more funding for sustainable development activities such as human resource training, healthcare, climate change response and water management, while the WB would consider suitable assistance for Việt Nam and its agencies while working with its Vietnamese partners on the plans, she said.

Huệ also thanked the IMF and deputy managing director Mitsuhiro for the organisation’s support for the Vietnamese Government during the country’s efforts to reform the economy and business environment and improve social conditions.

Việt Nam hoped it would receive strong assistance from IMF on policy making strategies, he said.

Mitsuhiro in return urged the Vietnamese Government to hasten its efforts to reform and modernise fiscal policy and strengthen fiscal conditions, while confirming the IMF would provide more technical assistance and policy consultancy for Việt Nam so the country could achieve its sustainable development goals. LINK

Vietnam : WEF ASEAN 2018 to discuss business and digital era

28th June, 2018

The upcoming World Economic Forum ASEAN 2018, to be held in mid-September, will focus on entrepreneurship and the fourth industrial revolution in the ASEAN region.

This year’s event will draw the participation of government leaders, international organisations, specialists and top business leaders from ASEAN and other regions.

There will be 55 meetings and sessions during the event, which will discuss ASEAN’s integration into the global economy, the search for new economic models, governance methods and business models for ASEAN enterprises and governments in the context of the fourth industrial revolution, and development of smart infrastructure, startup businesses and innovation.

The WEF ASEAN 2018 event will connect to ASEAN’s overall ideology of becoming a creative and strong region, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Bùi Thanh Sơn said at the press conference on Wednesday.

“Viet Nam, as the host country of this year’s event, will have the chance to promote its image to the world and stress the nation’s proactive integration into the regional and international communities,” he said.

“The Vietnamese Government also aims to introduce the country’s economy and business community to global investors to strengthen the country’s relations with its partners and top corporations in the world that are keen on making investments in Viet Nam.”

The event will strengthen the bond between Viet Nam and the World Economic Forum in the future, which is expected to contribute to the expansion of Vietnamese markets and the development of modern technologies and financial capital to restructure the country’s economy and achieve higher growth, Sơn added.

WEF President Borge Brende spoke highly of Viet Nam’s economic growth and its competitiveness in the global markets and said he believed the relationship between Viet Nam and the WEF would help improve the Vietnamese economy.

The fourth industrial revolution would bring both opportunities and challenges to ASEAN countries, he said, adding that the WEF expected to improve its bond with ASEAN to overcome challenges and offer higher benefits to people of the region. LINK

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