The economy has rebounded as restrictions ended, domestic demand picked up and exports increased.
Vietnam’s economy posted a double-digit growth in the third quarter, helped by a rebound in manufacturing and a lower base in the year-ago period.
Gross domestic product rose 13.Such significant growth was partly due to low base of the same period last year because of the severe impacts the Covid-19 pandemic had on production and business activities, Vietnam News Agency reported Thursday.Independent player Juan Shen partnered Nur Mohd Azriyn Ayub in the men’s doubles and Goh Liu Ying in the mixed doubles for the first time.A (Sept 29): Wall Street tumbled on Thursday on worries of a global economic downturn from aggressive central bank policy and fears that a rout in global currency and debt markets could spillover to stocks.
67% in the three months ending September from a year earlier, the General Statistics Office has announced to the media.That compared to a median estimate of 14.83 per cent for the period, the highest nine-month growth recorded since 2010, according to the report.35% growth in a Bloomberg survey of economists, and a 6.Juan Shen also teamed up with Liu Ying to beat Vietnam’s Nguyen Anh Gia-Lam My Tien 21-16, 21-17 to set up a meeting with Indonesia’s Zachariah Sumanti-Hediana Julimarbela next.02% contraction a year ago when the nation shuttered some factories as part of tough virus control measures.44 percent year-on-year over the nine months, with the service sector up by 10.Since then, the economy has rebounded as restrictions ended, domestic demand picked up and exports increased.25%.
The uptick in activity has been accompanied by a surge in consumer price inflation, which came in at 3.Head of the GSO Nguyen Thi Huong said that over the period, Vietnam's macro-economy was stabilized, inflation was put under control, and the business investment environment had improved, which came as a result of the sound implementation of the government's policies on post-Covid-19 recovery and socio-economic growth, Vietnam News Agency reported.In the mixed doubles, Chan Peng Soon-Cheah Yee See stayed on course to capture their first title together after being reunited in June with a 21-17, 21-17 win over the Malaysian and Indonesian pairing of Tan Ming Kang-Serena Kani.94% this month, the fastest in more than two years."Production and business activities grew strongly,” the GSO said in a statement."Many industries have recovered strongly and achieved higher growth even compared to the time before the Covid-19 epidemic,” it said.In the women’s singles, both Goh Jin Wei and S.The nation’s benchmark stocks index rose 0.1 trillion in market value this year and was last valued at US$31.
5% as of 10:59 a.m.Home players Vi Thi Anh and Thi Phuong Tran stand in the way of both Jin Wei and Kisona next and a win will set up an all-Malaysian affair.local time, and looks poised to snap four straight days of declines.The dong slid 0.07% to trade at a record low at banks in Hanoi, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.June Wei will meet Taiwan’s Lee Chia-hao next while Shun Yang faces a tough challenge against China’s Sun Feixiang.8%, according to Refinitiv Datastream.
The central bank, which raised two of its policy rates by one percentage point each last week amid a slump in the nation’s currency, has said it will urge commercial banks to find ways to keep lending costs low to help businesses.- Bloomberg Article type: free.
Vietnam's GDP up 13.67 per cent in Q3, 2022Vietnam's gross domestic product (GDP) posted a 13.67-per cent year-on-year growth in the third quarter of this year, according to the country's General Statistics Office (GSO).
Double joy for Juan Shen in debuts with new partnersPETALING JAYA: It was double joy for Low Juan Shen (pic) after he reached the quarter-finals of the men’s and mixed doubles at the Vietnam Open yesterday.
Wall Street nosedives on mounting economic growth concerns(Sept 29): Wall Street tumbled on Thursday on worries of a global economic downturn from aggressive central bank policy and fears that a rout in global currency and debt markets could spillover to stocks.The Nasdaq fell 3% due to losses in megacap growth names such as Amazon.com Inc, Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp, Meta Platforms Inc and Tesla Inc. They were down between 3.09% and 6.25%.The S&P 500 slipped to its lowest level since November 30, 2020, and was now
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DAP sec-gen says Umno insistence on polls this year akin to ‘derhaka’ against AgongKUALA LUMPUR, Oct 1 — Umno’s demand to hold an early general election while Malaysia braces for monsoonal floods even as it struggles with post-Covid economic recovery smacks... please don't use this excuse anthonyloke ! Prepare to fight them! Be anak jantan! Don't go there. Makan diri sendiri nanti. Kahkahkah!!!! They hv tried everything possible to avoid ge15 this year. From invoking the pray for flooding or playing God to using Agong. Malu, malu just bcos they know they couldnt win ge15. Mind you, even if ge15 were to be delayed to next year, they still will not win it.