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Vietnam’s economic indicators – Dec. 29

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HANOI, Dec 29 (Reuters) – For a more comprehensive guide to Vietnam’s economic indicators updated in real time, please write [VNM EOV] In the Eikon search box to access an overview of the Vietnamese economy.

Currency/interest rates

Source: Data from banks, stock exchange on Refinitiv Eikon

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Source: State Bank of Vietnam (SBV)

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GDP growth, percentage, and / year

Source: General Authority for Statistics (GSO)

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Inflation, percentage

Source: GSO

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Latest predictions/goals

source:

Growth in Vietnam slows to 2.7% this year but rises to 7% in 2021-IMF

Developing Asia recovers strongly, but risks of COVID-19 remain – Asian Development Bank

Vietnam PM eyes raising 2021 GDP growth target to 6.5%

Vietnam Minister forecasts 2021 GDP growth at 3.5% to 4.0% Read More

Standard Chartered lowered its 2021 GDP growth forecast for Vietnam to 4.7% from 6.5% as the pandemic worsened

Variable delta clouds develops growth outlook for Asia – ADB Read More

Vietnam PM promises economy will rebound from COVID-19 hit READ MORE

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Read more Vietnam’s foreign exchange reserves are above $100 billion

This year, remittances to Vietnam rose by 10% to $12.5 billion

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RETAILS SALES GROWTH, pct, y/y

Source: GSO

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Trade account in billions of dollars

Source: Vietnamese customs and GSO

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Industrial growth, percentage, and / and

Source: GSO

IIP: Index of Industrial Production

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supply and money growth supply (from end[لست ر]) , percent

Source: State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) and General Statistics Office (GSO)

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Monthly credit and credit growth (from the end of the previous year), percentage

Source: State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) and General Statistics Office (GSO)

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Deposit growth from end of last year, %

Source: SBV

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Bad debts of total loans, percentage

Sources: SBV, government

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direct foreign investment

Source: Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI)

Note: PLEDGES includes new projects, capital increase and stock acquisition

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Population (in millions)

Source: General Statistics Office

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Unemployment, percentage

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