Given the great pressure caused by domestic and external difficulties and challenges, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has underlined the need to stay steadfast in the targets of firmly maintaining macro-economic stability, controlling inflation, boosting growth, and guaranteeing major balances of the economy.
After many consecutive months of hitting record milestones, inflation rates in European Union (EU) countries have initially cooled down. The pressure has eased somewhat, but high prices are still a big risk, threatening to hinder the recovery and growth of the EU economy in 2023.
In a video message on the occasion of the year- end, President of the European Central Bank (ECB) Christine Lagarde spread the belief that the bank will succeed in its efforts to reduce the current high inflation.
When the wounds caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have not yet healed, the world economy has been continuously subjected to a series of shocks including inflation, energy crisis, supply disruptions, and the risks of public debt. These dark clouds are casting a shadow over the prospect of recovery and growth, of the world economy in the coming time.
Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung has voiced his hope that US enterprises will become the biggest investor in Vietnam to seize every cooperation opportunity in the countries’ development process on the basis of equality, mutual respect, and mutual benefits.