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August 05, 2023 14:41 PM
Vietnam’s motivation for economic growth in the final six months of the year is determined by a number of variables, both internal and external.
Vietnam’s economic development
Vietnam’s GDP growth rate in the first six months of the year was around 3.72% (General Statistical Office), which is presently relatively low. As a result, in the final six months of the year, Vietnam must enhance its economic development through a variety of initiatives, including:
Boost in exports: Due to increasing demand from key markets such as the United States, China, Europe, and other Asian nations, Vietnam’s commodity exports have continued to expand rapidly in the last six months of the year. Participation in free trade agreements, in particular, aims to open up new markets for Vietnamese products.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI): With numerous big projects and partners, Vietnam continues to attract FDI. More firms pouring cash into Vietnam or increasing their investment will also generate more favorable economic growth in the coming six months.
Domestic consumption: Due to rising income levels and the expansion of the service and retail sectors, domestic consumption demand has remained consistent over this time. This contributes to the maintenance of a balance between local consumption and export demands, as well as increasing the leverage for long-term economic development.
Improving the business climate: In order to establish ideal conditions for businesses to operate and invest, the Vietnamese government has continually promoted administrative procedural reform and improved the business environment. This enhances competitiveness and attracts new investment.
Support from the government policy: To assure economic growth in the current setting, the Vietnamese government has launched several economic programs and packages, in addition to ensuring a stable policy environment. Specifically:
Diversified rental industry real estate market: Many rental industry real estate projects will be constructed and released into the market. Examples include the GNP Nam Dinh Vu project in Hai Phong and the GNP Dong Van 3 project in Ha Nam by Gaw NP Industrial, a reputable industrial real estate developer in Vietnam.
Both projects are now heavily funded, which brings several benefits to the leasing industry:
Both developments, in particular, are located in local and government tax support zones that include:
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