2015 budget deficit at 7% of GDP: report

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2015 budget deficit at 7% of GDP: report

VietNamNet Bridge – Last year’s budget deficit reached an estimated 7% of nominal gross domestic product (GDP), the highest level since 2000, the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) said in a quarter-four report.

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Thinktank urges for more cautious monetary policy

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Thinktank urges for more cautious monetary policy

The Viet Nam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) has said the central bank should adopt a more cautious monetary policy to avoid asset bubble risk in the future.

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Thinktank urges for more cautious monetary policy

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Thinktank urges for more cautious monetary policy

The Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) has said the central bank should adopt a more cautious monetary policy to avoid asset bubble risk in the future.

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E-learning course empowers women’s leadership

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E-learning course empowers women’s leadership

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched an online training course to increase women’s capacity and confidence in elections in Hanoi on September 18.

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Livestock-poultry industry to suffer most after major trade pacts take effect

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Livestock-poultry industry to suffer most after major trade pacts take effect

Vietnam’s livestock and poultry industry will be the biggest losers when the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) comes into effect and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is formed, according to recent research by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) under the University of Economics and Business.

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Vietnam’s livestock-poultry industry to suffer most after major trade pacts take effect

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Vietnam’s livestock-poultry industry to suffer most after major trade pacts take effect

Vietnam’s livestock and poultry industry will be the biggest losers when the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) comes into effect and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is formed, according to recent research by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) under the University of Economics and Business.

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Livestock may struggle after TPP

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Livestock may struggle after TPP

Vietnam’s livestock sector, on which the livelihoods of nearly 10 million people depend, may be negatively affected the most after the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) comes into being. The sector is characterized by small scale, a lack of focus in production, and over 50 per cent of products coming from household businesses.

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Poultry, livestock industry face disaster from TPP

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Poultry, livestock industry face disaster from TPP

The Vietnam Centre for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) said the poultry and livestock industry will be hardest hit by the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP).

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Viet Nam to top in GDP gain from TPP, AEC

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Viet Nam to top in GDP gain from TPP, AEC

Viet Nam is the country likely to achieve the biggest GDP increase in percentage terms by joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership and ASEAN Economic Community in almost all simulation scenarios, according to a study by the Viet Nam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR).

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Vietnam’s GDP likely to gain most from TPP, AEC

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Vietnam’s GDP likely to gain most from TPP, AEC

Vietnam is the country likely to achieve the biggest gross domestic product (GDP) increase in percentage terms by joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership and ASEAN Economic Community in almost all simulation scenarios, according to a study by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research.

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Viet Nam GDP to gain most from TPP, AEC

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Viet Nam GDP to gain most from TPP, AEC

Viet Nam is the country likely to achieve the biggest gross domestic product (GDP) increase in percentage terms by joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership and ASEAN Economic Community in almost all simulation scenarios, according to a study by the Viet Nam Institute for Economic and Policy Research.

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Vietnam GDP to gain most from TPP, AEC

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Vietnam is the country likely to achieve the biggest gross domestic product (GDP) increase in percentage terms by joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership and ASEAN Economic Community in almost all simulation scenarios, according to a study by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research.

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Vietnam GDP to gain most from TPP, AEC

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Vietnam GDP to gain most from TPP, AEC

Vietnam is the country likely to achieve the biggest gross domestic product (GDP) increase in percentage terms by joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership and ASEAN Economic Community in almost all simulation scenarios, according to a study by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research.

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Farming sector urged to restructure as competition grows

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Farming sector urged to restructure as competition grows

Vietnam’s farming sector has been urged to drastically and effectively restructure itself amid concern over more intense competition once the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal takes effect.

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Farming sector urged to restructure as competition grows

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Farming sector urged to restructure as competition grows

Vietnam’s farming sector has been urged to drastically and effectively restructure itself amid concern over more intense competition once the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal takes effect.

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