(TBTCO) - Vietnam has welcomed more than 1.44 million international arrivals in the first eight months of 2022, a 13.7-fold rise from a year earlier, data showed.
Foreign arrivals to Vietnam surge in five months of 2022
(TBTCO) - Foreign arrivals to Vietnam surged in the first five months of this year.
Viet Nam is among seven countries that stand out in a world tipping towards recession and higher inflation, according to the London-based Financial Times.
As many as 112,791 firms were established over the last nine months of 2022, a year-on-year increase of 31.9 percent, announced the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
(TBTCO) - Vietnam earned 85.9 points in the Vietnam E-commerce Index 2022 Report, maintaining the second place in the nationwide rankings.
Vietnam’s economy is expected to grow by 7.2% in 2022, on the back of a strong rebound in domestic demand and continued solid performance by export-oriented manufacturing, according to the World Bank East Asia and Pacific Economic Update, October 2022.
Up to 78.3 percent of companies expected economic growth at 5-6.5 percent and 73.9 percent of respondents were moderately optimistic about profit prospects this year, according to Viet Nam Report.
Economists have forecast Vietnam’s inflation will be kept at around 3.3-3.8% this year, similar to the National Assembly-set target of below 4%, adding that the pressure for 2023, however, remains huge and requiré appropriate response solutions.