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Potential Chinese debts and political risks for Vietnam

Although Vietnam is not officially a member of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), it received more than $16.3 billion in a China-funded projects in the 2000-2017 period. Although China’s debt burden is not as heavy as that of many…
Vietnam and US continue to cooperate in response to climate change

Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh recently had a phone conversation with the US President’s Special Envoy on Climate Change, Mr. John Kerry. On Twitter, Mr. Kerry wrote: “I had a very successful conversation with Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh…
Investors expected not to leave Vietnam because of temporary difficulties

Production stagnation during the recent anti-epidemic period will not cause foreign investors to flee from Vietnam when the country is gradually controlling the epidemic and making anti-epidemic adjustments to ensure production, an expert from the country told VOA. The disruption…
Does US-China Summit affect Vietnam?

The Working Groups from the Governments of the United States and China have embarked on preparations for a virtual summit between the two heads of state at the end of the year. China gave an “ultimatum” in which the US…
China continues to build naval base in Cambodia, Vietnam concerns

The US continues to denounce the Ream military base On October 13, directly referring to China, the spokesman of the US Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia – Chad Roedemeier, – said: “We have reliable information about the People’s Republic of…
Vietnam’s foreign borrowing is likely to exceed the limit

Foreign investors are still optimistic about the development of the Vietnamese market, which is reflected in the increasing demand for international bonds by Vietnamese enterprises since the beginning of the year. One of the main reasons is that businesses and…
US and Vietnam hold 3rd Energy Security Dialogue

The United States and Vietnam have just held the third Energy Security Dialogue, discussing cooperation opportunities between the two countries to develop smart grids, batteries, and new opportunities in the field of external wind power in the process of gradually…
Tensions in Taiwan Strait and its impact on Vietnam

China threatens Taiwan Military tensions between Beijing and Taipei have reached a peak. Taiwan’s Defense Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng accused China of preparing for a war and is likely to launch a full-scale invasion by 2025. The situation around Taiwan has…
Covid-19: Vietnam’s economy cannot rebound immediately

A scholar from the UK analyzes the factors that make it difficult for Vietnam’s economy to “boom” again. In an interview with BBC Vietnamese, Dr. Ho Quoc Tuan, senior lecturer in the Department of Finance and Accounting, University of Bristol,…
Vietnam plans to fully open to international visitors by mid-2022

The Vietnam government portal (VGP News) on October 6 reported that the Vietnamese tourism industry is “actively” preparing to restart the route to reopen for international tourists. According to this plan, it is reported that from November 2021 to March…
What should Vietnam do as Taiwan seeks to join CPTPP?

CPTPP is really attractive Less than a week after China officially applied to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), on September 22, Taiwan issued a similar statement, and at the same time notify all treaty members…
How will Vietnam be affected if China joins CPTPP?

China submits application to join CPTPP China has applied to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), China’s Ministry of Commerce said on September 16. Beijing’s move comes as the world’s second-largest economy seeks to increase its…
AUKUS Alliance: Opportunities and Challenges for Vietnam

Set up AUKUS to fight China Recently, an event that has shocked the world public opinion is that the US, UK and Australia have just announced the formation of a special security treaty “Trilateral Security Partnership” (AUKUS) attached to Indo-Pacific…