Think tank forecasts 6.46 percent growth for Vietnam

Update: 22:34 | 16/01/2021

A government think tank has pegged economic growth at 6.46 percent this year thanks to the country’s success in containing the Covid-19 outbreak and maintaining stability.

Vietnam is one of the fastest recovering economies in Asia, the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) said in a report.

In the best case scenario, credit growth would be 13 percent against 10.1 percent last year, it said.

Think tank ,  6.46 percent growth, Vietnam

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But it also warned of risks that could hamper growth, like the unpredictable global economic situation as the pandemic situation remains severe in many countries and possible anti-dumping and countervailing investigations by the U.S. and other countries.

Several international organizations have forecast a strong recovery for Vietnam this year, with lender HSBC forecasting growth of 7.6 percent. The International Monetary Fund and Asian Development Bank have forecast 6.5 percent and 6.1 percent growth.

The government has set a target of 6.5 percent.

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Source: VnExpress

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