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Viet Nam’s GDP Per Capita is Expected to Increase to Around US$4,700-5,000 in the Next Five Years

Viet Nam expects to move out of the low middle-income status by 2025, according to the Resolution of the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Viet Nam. It will become a upper-middle income country by 2030 and gain developed and high-income nation status by 2045. These are the key time milestones as the

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Japan-Russia Intergovernmental Committee Co-Chairs Meet on Trade Economy

On December 21, Japan Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi held a video conference with Reshetnikov, Maksim Gennadyevich, Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, and the Co-Chairs of the Japan-Russia Intergovernmental Committee on Trade and Economy In the beginning, Minister Motegi agreed that the two leaders would develop the entire Japan-Russia relationship in a wide

U.S. Moves to Protect Investors from China’s Firms

The People’s Republic of China has long prohibited Chinese companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges from complying with U.S. regulatory requirements designed to protect investors, claiming compliance would violate PRC laws on national security information. The failure to meet basic disclosure requirements has enabled companies like Luckin Coffee Inc. to mislead investors. In April, the

VietNam may Become Upper-Middle-Income Country in 2023

The Japan Centre for Economic Research (JCER) has predicted that Viet Nam will become an upper-middle-income country in 2023, and its GDP going onto surpass Chinese Taipei by 2035. The JCER recently released a medium-term forecast of Asian economies entitled “Asia in the coronavirus disaster: Which countries are emerging?”, which addresses the impact of the

Vietnam Ranked 5th in the World in Trade Sector

According to the DHL Global Connectedness Index 2020 (GCI, International Connectedness Index 2020) released by German international logistics giant DHL and NYU Stern School of Business, Vietnam ranks fifth in the world in terms of trade sector indicators. Has entered. This is the 7th edition of this report, but it is the first evaluation of

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