A teleconference between the Government and the 63 provinces and centrally-run cities opened on January 3 to review the 2022 performance and carry out the Party Central Committee’s conclusions and the NA’s resolution for 2023.
In the first 11 months of 2022, the consumer price index (CPI) increased by an average of 3.02 percent over the same period last year, possibly achieving the target assigned by the National Assembly (not exceeding 4 percent).
Ho Chi Minh City’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 0.45 percent in October, with eight of the 11 groups of goods and services witnessing an increase in prices, the municipal Statistics Office reported on October 31.
Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai in yesterday’s meeting with the Price Management Steering Committee concluded that the price management and administration should continue to be flexible and active to ensure inflation control for both this year and 2023.
The State Bank of Vietnam has announced adjustment of credit limit for 2022 for fifteen commercial banks by 1 percent to 4 percent, and at the same time requested banks to step up disbursement of the 2-percent interest rate support package as per Decree 31/2022/ND-CP.
Though inflation was under control in the past eight months, the economy still poses risk to the consumer price index (CPI) in the remaining months of this year and next year, said Director General of the General Statistics Office of Vietnam (GSO) Nguyen Thi Huong.
The July consumer price index (CPI) grew 0.4 percent from the previous month, contributing to the year-on-year growth of 2.54 percent in the first seven months of 2022, the General Statistics Office (GSO) said on July 29.
The Government Office yesterday released Document No.4679/VPCP-KTTH about the direction of Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai on stabilizing the prices of pork and animal feed, which have increased significantly lately.
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC)’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) edged up 0.91 percent in June, with nine out of 11 groups of goods and services recording an increase in prices, the municipal Statistics Office reported.
Increases in petrol prices and those of food, foodstuff, restaurant food, and public transport services during the Lunar New Year led to a rise of 1 percent in the consumer price index (CPI) in February compared to that of the previous month, the General Statistics Office (GSO) announced on February 28.
The recent petrol price surge and the current political instability in the world have negatively impact the price of merchandise in Vietnam, especially those of commodities. That might lead to changes in consumption power in the country.
Domestically, according to the latest report of the General Statistics Office of Vietnam, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in December 2021 dropped 0.18 percent compared to the previous month, with a 0.2-percent decrease in urban areas and a 0.16-percent decrease in rural areas. On average, CPI in 2021 rose by 1.84 percent over the previous year, the lowest increase since 2016 and absolutely within the target of the National Assembly and the Government.