Viet Nam Index Facing Continued Weakness

September 2007
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Sep2007, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p5
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The article presents an outlook on the threats and condition faced by Viet Nam Index (VNI). The four main risks faced by the VNI in moving forward, includes the sharp uptrend of Q107 in 2006, the increasing inflation which brought fear over the tightening of monetary policy and its susceptibility to global risk. According to the author, despite the tempting prospect of VNI toward its long term goal, further risk on the weakness of VNI is expected to increase until the issues are addressed.


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