Vietnam’s foreign reserve hits record high
Nov 18, 2017-
Vietnam’s foreign reserve hit an all-time record high of $46 billion as of mid-November, according to the country’s central bank. Nguyen Minh Hung, governor of the State Bank of Vietnam, told local legislators at an ongoing question and answer session that the reserve rose by $1 billion from last month, local online newspaper VnExpress reported on Friday. The reserve rose by $4 billion from late June this year and by $5 billion from late 2016, according to the State Bank of Vietnam. Vietnam saw a trade surplus of over $1.2 billion in the first 10 months of this year, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Published: 18-11-2017 08:20