Vietnam’s post-COVID-19 recovery spotlighted

(VOVWORLD) - International media this week highlighted post-COVID-19 recovery of the Vietnamese economy.
Vietnam’s post-COVID-19 recovery spotlighted - ảnh 1 Apparel Far Eastern Company in Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park in Binh Duong. Photo: VNA

Malaysia’s “The Star” acknowledged the reboot of Vietnam’s aquatic exports. According to its article, Vietnam earned 1.05 billion USD from seafood in April alone, bringing  the export value in the first four months to 3.57 billion USD, up nearly 44%. The US, Japan, and China are the three leading importers of Vietnamese seafood.

Japan’s Nikkei Daily praised the rebound of Vietnam’s air cargo industry. It said Vietnam’s air cargo traffic in 2022 is expected to grow 17% to more than 1.52 million tons, exceeding the 15% over the last 30 years. According to the article, the increase comes amid surging demand for domestic and overseas freight as Vietnam cements its position in global supply chains.

The technological website TechwireAsia reported that fintech in Vietnam is now experiencing the second-fastest growth in the region, after Singapore.

According to analysts from Robocash Group, Vietnam’s fintech market is expected to grow to 18 billion USD by 2024, despite stiff competition and a high entry bar.

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