Exports in Vietnam
Vietnam - ExportsEconomic growth appears to be cooling in the first quarter of 2019, following last year’s decade-high performance. The manufacturing PMI fell at the outset of the year, with output and new business growth both slowing in January. Despite this, firms remained optimistic about the outlook for the year, suggesting the sector could prove to be resilient to the slowdown afflicting neighboring countries, which is largely due to a cooling Chinese economy and global trade tensions. Likewise, industrial production, which was an important driver of growth last year, also softened in January. On the flipside, new FDI projects and registered capital rose by over a quarter in annual terms in January, signaling FDI inflows should remain robust. Moreover, the tourism sector will also likely support growth in Q1 as suggested by healthy tourist arrivals in January.
Vietnam - Exports Data
|Exports (USD billion)||133||150||162||177||215|
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|Bond Yield||4.71||-0.13 %||Feb 21|
|Exchange Rate||23,212||0.01 %||Feb 21|
|Stock Market||988||0.15 %||Feb 21|
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February 1, 2019
According to data released by Nikkei and IHS Markit, the manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell to 51.9 points in January from 53.8 points in December, on broad-based weakness among the components.
January 29, 2019
Industrial production increased 7.9% over the same month of last year in January, moderating from the 11.4% rise registered in December.
January 29, 2019
According to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam, consumer prices fell 0.11% over the previous month in January, following the 0.25% drop logged in December.
Vietnam: Manufacturing sector ends the year on high note, despite dip in manufacturing PMI in December
January 2, 2019
According to data released by Nikkei and IHS Markit, the manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) dipped to 53.8 points in December from November’s robust 56.5-point multi-year high.
December 28, 2018
Economic momentum surged through the end of 2018 with the Vietnamese economy posting stellar 7.3% growth in annual terms in the fourth quarter, up from the revised 6.8% expansion recorded in the third quarter (previously reported: +6.9% year-on-year).