Why China's numbers are worse than they seem

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Báo Thanh Niên English 2 day(s) ago

Why China's numbers are worse than they seem

If ever China needed to serve up a decent GDP report, it was today. With stocks booming, global growth uncertain, India catching up and Beijing's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank coming online, now isn't the time to betray weakness. So, like any good command government, China reported gross domestic product grew 7 percent in the first quarter, exactly as expected.

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China growth slowest in six years

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VOV News English 4 day(s) ago

China growth slowest in six years

China grew at its slowest pace in six years at the start of 2015 and weakness in key sectors suggested the world's second-largest economy was still losing momentum, intensifying Beijing's struggle to find the right policy mix to shore up activity.

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Manufacturers never frustrated by Vietnamese consumers on releasing costly new handsets

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Báo Đầu Tư English 4 day(s) ago 1 related news

Manufacturers never frustrated by Vietnamese consumers on releasing costly new handsets

Lines are formed around the world whenever a state-of-the-art tech device is officially released, and enthusiasts in Vietnam, where GDP per capita is still below US$2,000, do not mind queuing to have their hands on the much-anticipated products as early as their global peers.

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Manufacturers never frustrated by Vietnamese consumers on releasing costly new handsets

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 5 day(s) ago 1 related news

Manufacturers never frustrated by Vietnamese consumers on releasing costly new handsets

Lines are formed around the world whenever a state-of-the-art tech device is officially released, and enthusiasts in Vietnam, where GDP per capita is still below US$2,000, do not mind queuing to have their hands on the much-anticipated products as early as their global peers.

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World Bank raises Vietnam’s GDP growth to 6% in 2015

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Báo Dân Trí English 5 day(s) ago

World Bank raises Vietnam’s GDP growth to 6% in 2015

Vietnam is expected to record GDP growth of six percent in 2015, slightly weaker than the 6.2 percent forecast by the government, the World Bank has said.

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What do expats think about Vietnamese’s drinking habit?

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 6 day(s) ago

What do expats think about Vietnamese’s drinking habit?

Vietnam ranks first in Southeast Asia in terms of beer and wine consumption growth though its GDP just stands at number eight in the region, according to statistics by the Hanoi-based Health Strategy and Policy Institute.

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Climate change to take 9% off GDP per year

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VietnamNet English 1 week(s) ago

If climate change causes sea levels to rise by one meter by 2100 as projected, it would hit around one-tenth of the Vietnamese population and take around 9% off the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP) a year.

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Unemployment figure climbs slightly to 2.22%

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VietNam News English 1 week(s) ago 1 duplicate news

The overall unemployment rate rose slightly to about 2.22 per cent in the first quarter of the year. The rate is 3.17 per cent in urban areas and 1.75 per cent in the countryside.

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Thailand’s GDP to grow 3.5 percent in 2015

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VietnamPlus English 1 week(s) ago

Thai gross domestic product (GDP) this year will reach a growth of 3.5 percent with the recovered signs from tourism as well as private and public spending despite of exports falling in recent.

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How high will Vietnam’s public debt reach?

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VOV News English 1 week(s) ago 1 related news

How high will Vietnam’s public debt reach?

ADB has predicted that Vietnam’s public debt may reach 60% of GDP by 2016.

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How high will Vietnam’s public debt reach?

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VietnamNet English 1 week(s) ago 1 related news

How high will Vietnam’s public debt reach?

VietNamNet Bridge - ADB has predicted that Vietnam’s public debt may reach 60 percent of GDP by 2016.

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Coastal Binh Dinh province expects 3.3 million tourists by 2020

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VietnamPlus English 1 week(s) ago

Coastal Binh Dinh province expects 3.3 million tourists by 2020

The coastal central province of Binh Dinh aims to serve 3.3 million tourists and earn 3.4 trillion VND (156.4 million USD)—accounting for 10-12 percent of its GDP—by 2020.

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 6/4

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VietnamNet English 1 week(s) ago 1 related news

National GDP likely to reach 6.5 per cent

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National GDP likely to reach 6.5 percent

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VietnamPlus English 1 week(s) ago

The country's gross domestic product (GDP) this year is expected to be 6.5 percent, much higher than the Government's set target of 6.2 percent, the National Financial Supervisory Committee (NFSC) forecast.

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Stabilizing the macro-economy

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VOV News English 2 week(s) ago

Stabilizing the macro-economy

(VOV) -The government’s monthly meeting for March reported that in the first 3 months of this year, Vietnam’s GDP grew 6.03%, the highest rate of growth in 5 years.

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