Driven by rising foreign direct investment, vigorous export growth, robust domestic demand, and the various enactment of trade treaties, Vietnam’s economic outlook is looking stronger than even/r.. This comes after a series of adverse events in early 2017 that undermined Vietnam’s status as a major exporter but the country achieved over 6% growth YoY for 2017 and the trend continues. GDP in the first quarter of 2018 achieved an estimated increase of 7.38% compared to the same period last year, indicating the highest growth rate of the first quarter in the last ten years.

Vietnam Overview 2018

Driven by rising foreign direct investment, vigorous export growth, robust domestic demand, and the various enactment of trade treaties, Vietnam’s economic outlook is looking stronger than even/r.. This comes after a series of adverse events in early 2017 that undermined Vietnam’s status as a major exporter but the country achieved over 6% growth YoY for 2017 and the trend continues. GDP in the first quarter of 2018 achieved an estimated increase of 7.38% compared to the same period last year, indicating the highest growth rate of the first quarter in the last ten years.
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