New Research on Vietnam Highlights Sensitivity to Costs of Healthcare Consumers

HANOI, VIETNAM—Vietnamese people who are uninsured, married, and employed are more inclined to pay a higher price for a regular physical check-up, according to a latest research titled “Healthcare consumers’ sensitivity to costs: a reflection on behavioural economics from an emerging market” that was recently published on Nature Palgrave Communications by a team of Vietnamese[…]

Vietnam’s Overall Macroeconomic Picture in Q1/2017

Macro -GDP growth slows to 5.10% in Q1, a slowest pace in three years, due to contraction of industrial, construction, mining sectors’ output, and incidents related to Samsung’s Galaxy mobile phone production. -Foreign institutions (WB, HSBC, ANZ, BMI, Standard Chartered Bank…) and domestic research agencies/stock brokerage houses were mixed about Vietnam’s GDP growth outlook this[…]