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Vietnam’s exports surpass target in 2021

Trade turnover this year could be well over US$667 billion, representing an increase of 22.4% year-on-year, which resulted in a surplus of $3 billion. Vietnam’s exports in 2021 are estimated at US$335.23 billion, representing a sharp rise of 18.6% year-on-year and surpassing the Government’s target of 4-5% for this year. In December, the export turnover […]

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China-ASEAN ties add to growth: Cambodian experts

Close China-ASEAN cooperation has significantly contributed to upholding the rights and interests of developing countries, increasing mutual understanding and trust, and promoting peace and stability in the region, says Kin Phea, director-general of International Relations Institute of Cambodia. Xinhua – Close relations between China and the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have significantly contributed […]

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Thailand: GDP growth of 4% still possible next year despite Omicron – FinMin

Thailand’s economy should still be able to achieve growth of 4% next year, despite uncertainty over the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant, the finance minister said on Thursday. The country’s vital tourism sector, in particular, should be recovering after a reopening, and an improved global economy will also support Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy, Finance […]

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Vietnam: Covid-19 vaccine passport bearers should be exempted from quarantine: Embassies

Vietnam has been discussing with other countries on measures to facilitate people’s travel, restore economic and trade activities. Vietnam should exempt quarantine for double-dosed passengers and those recovering from the disease, or having negative PCR results for SARS-CoV-2, in order to promote exchanges and restore economic cooperation and travel. It was the proposal of foreign embassies in Vietnam at the meeting […]

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Thailand: Forecast cut for foreign arrivals

The Bank of Thailand has cut its forecast for foreign tourist arrivals in 2022 because of the impact of the Omicron variant and government measures to restore mandatory quarantine for visitors entering the country from overseas. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting on Wednesday assessed the Omicron outbreak’s impact on the economy in early 2022. The […]

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