NCIF forecasts average annual growth of 7% in 2021-2025 The National Center for Socio-economic Information and Forecasting (NCIF) predicted that Vietnam’s annual average GDP in the 2021-2025 period will be maintained at 7 per cent at the annual “Prospects for Vietnam’s Economy” international conference held on November 21 in Hanoi, with the participation of hundreds of scholars from Vietnam, Ireland, and elsewhere. The theme of the conference was “Vietnam’s Economic Perspectives for 2021-2025: Opportunities and Challenges from New Generation Free Trade Agreements” and was organized by the NCIF and the Ministry of Planning and Investment in cooperation with the Irish Government’s Irish Aid. Speaking at the opening of the conference, Dr. Tran Thi Hong Minh, General Director of the NCIF, said the conference is a good opportunity for the two countries to exchange experience and discuss ways to strengthen the effectiveness of their cooperation in promoting the development of analytical and foresight research. She noted that Vietnam has integrated more deeply and broadly into the global economy and signed or is negotiations over a large number of bilateral and multilateral trade agreements. These agreements have shaped the present and future of Vietnam’s economic development. Two new generation free trade agreements… Read full this story
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