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Monetary policies aid socio-economic recovery and development

A resolution on fiscal and monetary policies supporting the socio-economic recovery and development programme was ratified at the 15th National Assembly’s first extraordinary session (January 4 -11, 2022).

Monetary policies, socio-economic, recovery and development, post Covid-19 pandemic, fiscal and monetary policies, 15th National Assembly, first extraordinary session
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Government’s three recovery focuses for 2022
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Quang Ninh’s “Green-lane” plan to recover tourism in 2022
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WB loan to support Vietnam’s economic recovery
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Monetary policy helps support Vietnam’s economic recovery and growth
Amid the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, the flexible monetary policy, along with fiscal and other macroeconomic policies, has helped stabilise the Vietnamese economy and support its recovery.
 
Monetary policies, socio-economic, recovery and development, post Covid-19 pandemic, fiscal and monetary policies, 15th National Assembly, first extraordinary session
 
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