Is Vietnam headed for another economic crisis?

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Is Vietnam headed for another economic crisis?

Vietnam has endured an economic crisis every 11 years over the past 4 decades. While the country has enjoyed an enviable growth trajectory in the two decades since the 1997–1998 Asian financial crisis, consistently ranking among the world’s fastest-growing economies, local firms are increasingly accumulating risky loans to expand their businesses and private credit growth is significantly outpacing GDP growth. These factors, along with a rapidly rising private debt burden, raise concerns of another financial crisis unfolding if the current trend continues. 

Read our brief to discover if the outlook is rosy for Vietnam's economy or if another crisis is in the cards for the near future.

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