Thông tấn xã Việt Nam

Key socio-economic targets in 2021

The Government is determined to take drastic measures to realise the socio-economic development plan, better business climate, as well as improve national competitive capacity in 2021 through the issuance of Resolution No.01/NQ-CP and Resolution 02/NQ-CP.

Important issues of Party Central Committee's 15th plenum

Important issues of Party Central Committee's 15th plenum

List of FTAs joined by Vietnam as of December 2020

FTAs in which Vietnam has joined cover most continents. They comprise nearly 60 economies which altogether make up ~90% global GDP.

Export values of key farm produce in 2020

Export values of key farm produce in 2020

New chapter in economic and trade cooperation between Vietnam and United Kingdom

New chapter in economic and trade cooperation between Vietnam and United Kingdom

Vietnam forest facts and figures over years

The forest area has been expanded over the years and coverage is likely to reach 42 percent in 2020.

Industry sector records growth of 3.36% in 2020

Vietnam’s industry sector recorded growth rate of 3.36% in 2020.

Collective economy, cooperatives directly contribute 4.8% to national GDP

The collective economy and cooperative contribute directly 4.8 percent to the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Sectors continue to grow despite Covid-19

Despite being affected by COVID-19 in 2020,all three areas of agriculture, forestry and fisheries; industry and construction; services still achieved higher growth rate compared to 2019.

Six commodities record export values of over10 billion USD

Of the export staples, six commodities registered an export value of over 10 billion USD in 2020.

2020 FDI attraction hits 28.35 billion USD

Foreign investors had poured more than 28.5 billion USD into the Vietnamese market as of December 20, equivalent to 75 percent of the amount in the same period last year.

International visitors to Vietnam in 2020 decrease by 80%

Foreign tourists arrival to Vietnam in 2020 is estimated at 3.8 million, down 78.7percent compared to 2019.

Nearly 135,000 new enterprises registered in 2020

Statistics by the General Statistics Office (GSO) show that the country has nearly 135,000 newly registered enterprises in 2020.