Vietnam’s current investment in energy, infrastructure, and health is insufficient to meet the country’s growth and development objectives.
What no one had predicted was that the Covid virus would continue to mutate and mutate in a way that would make it far more virulent. Along came the Delta variant – a variant that spread so fast that it made it much harder to control.
Recently, HSBC released the report in which HSBC experts gave out many predictions on Vietnam’s stock market and economy.
The USAID Vietnam Forests and Deltas project, a $31.4 million climate change program implemented by Winrock International from 2012-2021, helped Vietnam’s transition to climate resilient, low-emission sustainable development.
Despite external resilience, the recovery in domestic demand has stalled, given prolonged reimposition of strict social distancing measures. Indeed, Vietnam’s mobility indicators have been dropping, leading to dampened growth in services.
According to Will Mackerth, the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted on a strong focus on health but also food safety remains strong priority for consumers.