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Taking stock : an update on Vietnamapos;s recent economic developments (English)

The global economy is showing signs of recovery, but at an uneven pace; global growth is expected to rise modestly to 2.6 percent in 2014, and an average 3.3 percent in 2015–17. ... See More +

Working Paper 92825 DEC 01, 2014

Mahajan, Sandeep; Dinh, Viet Tuan; Rab, Habib; Trieu, Viet Quoc; Nguyen, Lan Van; Kwakwa, Victoria; Verghis, Matthew Vietnamese

Taking stock : an update on Vietnamapos;s recent economic developments : Diem Lai : Cap nhat tinh hinh phat trien kinh te viet nam (Vietnamese)

The global economy is showing signs of recovery, but at an uneven pace; global growth is expected to rise modestly to 2.6 percent in 2014, and an average 3.3 percent in 2015–17. ... See More +

Working Paper 92825 DEC 01, 2014

Mahajan, Sandeep; Dinh, Viet Tuan; Rab, Habib; Trieu, Viet Quoc; Nguyen, Lan Van; Kwakwa, Victoria; Verghis, Matthew English

Taking stock : an update on Vietnamapos;s recent economic developments (English)

Prospects for the global economy have become less certain in the second half of 2011, with significant increase in downside risks. Developing countries in East Asia are growing faster than developed countries, but they too are facing challenges due to a combination of reasons including: slower expansion in demand in developed countries; the impact of global uncertainty on investor sentiments; natural disasters; and the withdrawal of stimulus policies. ... See More +

Working Paper 65938 DEC 06, 2011

Dinh, Viet Tuan; Trieu, Viet Quoc; Rab, Habib; Kubota, Keiko Vietnamese

Taking stock : an update on Vietnamapos;s recent economic developments : Diem lai cap nhat tinh hinh phat trien kinh te Viet Nam (Vietnamese)

Prospects for the global economy have become less certain in the second half of 2011, with significant increase in downside risks. Developing countries in East Asia are growing faster than developed countries, but they too are facing challenges due to a combination of reasons including: slower expansion in demand in developed countries; the impact of global uncertainty on investor sentiments; natural disasters; and the withdrawal of stimulus policies. ... See More +

Working Paper 65938 DEC 06, 2011

Dinh, Viet Tuan; Trieu, Viet Quoc; Rab, Habib; Kubota, Keiko English