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Vietnam’s GDP expanded by 5.7% during the first half 2017, while core inflation remains low, at less than 2%.

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Fiscal year 2017 marked a major milestone in World Bank program in Vietnam. This slideshow highlights our achievements.

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Vietnam’s business community now has a one-stop shop to get information on import-export regulations and procedures.

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Ousmane Dione

World Bank Country Director for Vietnam

Achim Fock

Portfolio & Operations Manager, World Bank Vietnam

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Jul 13, 2017

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Report recognizes Vietnam’s economic strength and suggest policies to solidify macroeconomic resilience and address structural bottlenecks to growth.

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