In 2023, the world economy continues to face many difficulties and challenges. Strategic competition between powerful countries is becoming more intense and comprehensive, increasing geopolitical tensions; The Russia-Ukraine conflict is complicated, and fighting in the Middle East has negatively impacted the world economic recovery process after the Covid-19 epidemic.
Global economic growth in 2023 has been adjusted by international organizations compared to previous forecasts, but most forecasts are lower than the growth rate in 2022.
The World Bank (WB) forecasts global growth at 2.1% in 2023, adjusted up 0.4 percentage points compared to the forecast at the beginning of 2023. The European Union (EU) forecasts an increase in Global economic growth in 2023 will reach 3.2%, adjusted to increase by 0.1 percentage points compared to the forecast in May 2023
Agricultural, forestry and fishery production in the third quarter and 9 months of 2023 maintains stable growth. Production and business activities in the third quarter of 2023 grow more positively than the previous quarter, the rate of increase in added value of the industry Industry is estimated to reach 4.57% compared to the third quarter of 2022
Socio-economy in the first 6 months of 2023 has achieved positive results, the macro-economy is stable, major balances are ensured, and inflation is controlled at an appropriate level.
The light and dark shades in the labor market and employment picture in the second quarter and the first half of 2023
Although recording some positive signals, the labor market is still facing many difficulties and challenges in the context of prolonged impact of negative shocks overlapping due to the Covid-19 pandemic, conflict between Russia and Ukraine and the decline in world aggregate demand...
On the morning of June 29, 2023, the General Statistics Office held a press conference to announce the socio-economic statistics of the second quarter and the first six months of 2023. Ms. Nguyen Thi Huong, Director General, chaired the press conference.
The socio-economic of our country in the first three months of 2022 took place in the context that the world economy still maintains its recovery momentum, promoted production activities, and the global supply chain has been gradually opened...
The Statistical Yearbook, an annual publication by the General Statistics Office, comprises basic data reflecting the general socioeconomic dynamic and situation of the whole country, socio-economic regions and localities. In addition, there are also selected statistics of countries and territories in the world in order to provide reference information for data users’ studies and international comparison.
The world economy in the first 6 months of 2023 faced many difficulties and challenges, the Russia-Ukraine war lasted, global inflation, although cooled down, remained at a high level, the Central Bank of China Central governments of many countries still pursue tight monetary policies, which have strongly affected economic growth, investment, and consumption