12 Jun Reopening Vietnam’s Economy: Dr Can Van Luc and Mr Doan Huu Duc
On 23 April, Vietnam was the first country in Southeast Asia to begin easing lockdown measures after successfully controlling the spread of COVID-19. While many economies around the globe are roiling from the pandemic, Vietnam’s Prime Minister has set a growth target of around 5 per cent this year. Even before the pandemic, many were optimistic on Vietnam’s economic prospects.
Here’s the full recording of the “Life After Lockdown – Reopening Vietnam’s Economy” webinar held on 10 June 2020, where we examined the impact of COVID-19 on Vietnam’s economy, and which sectors are poised to recover quickly, with Dr Can Van Luc (Chief Economist, Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam) and Mr Doan Huu Duc (Founder and CEO, Vietnam Consulting Group). The session was moderated by SIIA Chairman Simon Tay.