The Statistical Yearbook, an annual publication by General Statistics Office, comprises basic data reflecting the general socio-economic dynamic and situation of the whole country, regions and provinces.
Statistical Yearbook of 2020 explainations of terminologies, contents and methodologies of some key statistical indicators, overview the main features of national socio-economic situation in the period of 2016-2020 and some sectors in 2020.
Workshop on the results of implementing the enhanced general data dissemination system (e-GDDS) in 2020 and the plan for 2021
GSO held a workshop on the results of implementation of e-GDDS in 2020 and the plan for 2021. Mr. Pham Quang Vinh, Deputy Director General of GSO, Head of the Interdisciplinary Working Group on GDDS chaired the workshop.
The Statistical Yearbook, comprises basic data reflecting the general socio-economic dynamic and situation of the whole country, regions and provinces.
The Statistical Yearbook, an annual publication by General Statistics [...]
The gross domestic product (GDP) in 2015 was estimated to increase 6.68% compared to 2014, of which the growth rate of the first, second, third and fourth quarter reached 6.12%, 6.47%, 6.87%, and7.01%, respectively. This year’s growth was higher than the target of 6.2% and higher than the growth rate of the years 2011-2014.
Vietnamese socio-economy in the 9 months of 2015 took place in the context of strong fluctuations in the global market: The international commodity market, especially crude oil, dropped continuously and decreased sharply in the past months, mainly due to abundant supply, which positively impacting the growth of oil importing countries but negatively affecting the growth of oil-exporting countries owing to reduced export revenue.
Vietnamese socio-economy in the first 6 months of 2015 took place in the context that the world economy was forecasted to continuously recover but not sustainable with different growth rate among sectors, partly due to different impacts of reduced prices of oil and other goods on each sector. The US economy - the largest economy continued to strongly grow thanks to robust domestic market demand, especially consumer demand. Most emerging economies benefited from low oil prices, rise of global liquidity and the acceleration of the US and European economies.
Statistical Yearbook 2000