Vietnam To Enjoy Strong Growth

March 2004
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Mar2004, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p1
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This article presents information on economic conditions in Vietnam. The country's economy is one of the strongest performing in Asia and is capable of meeting the government's largest of 7.5% average gross domestic product growth from 2000-05. In fiscal policy, the government's budgetary management has been cautious and fiscal deficits have been running in the range of 0-3% for the past decade, while the total stock of government debt remains at manageable levels. Despite high inflation during the early stages of the reform process, price pressures have been modest in recent years.


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