Enterprises optimistic about production and business in 2022
Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)
NDO/VNA – As many as 45.4 percent of businesses in a recent survey conducted by the General Statistics Office (GSO) forecast that their production will increase in the first quarter of 2022 as compared to the fourth quarter of 2021.
Meanwhile, 37.2 percent of the surveyed enterprises expected stability in their production and 17.4 percent of them predicted a reduction.
Up to 41.4 percent and 41.8 percent of the respondents expected an increase and stability in their orders in the first quarter of 2022, respectively, compared to the fourth quarter of 2021. Just 16.8 percent of the surveyed businesses forecast a drop in their orders.
New export orders of 37.2 percent of the surveyed firms were predicted to rise in the first quarter of this year from the last three months of 2021. The new export orders were predicted to drop in 16.7 percent of the enterprises and remain stable in 46.1 percent of them.
Foreign-invested firms were the most optimistic about production and business with 83.1 percent expecting better performance or stability in the first quarter of 2022. The rates among State and non-State enterprises were 82 percent and 81.2 percent, respectively.
- World News in Brief: January 19
- Thailand attracts wealthy long-stay foreigners to foster economic development
- Exhibition brings spring colours through collection of folk paintings
- Standing Deputy PM urges creating sustainable livelihoods for ethnic minorities
- Vietnam's Phu Quoc Island ready to welcome tourists for upcoming Lunar New Year fest
Asia biggest rice mill inaugurated in Vietnam
Former Leflair CEO Loïc Gautier Speaks Up About Audacious Move With Society Pass And His New Future (S2E26)
ERA Real Estate Vietnam unveils local franchise brands
Tay Nguyen coffee growers embrace sustainable models
Large caps cushion the market, VN-Index still falls 1 per cent