Vietnam’s export is set to grow 5% annually from 2021 to 2025 to reach US$340 billion in 2025, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT)’s plan on socio-economic development for the five-year period.
The goods export growth of domestic firms is projected at 5%, with export to Europe and America expanding from 7-10% each year.VNA
Meanwhile, import growth during the period would rise 4.9% annually, hitting around US$330 billion in 2025. The pace of local businesses is expected to stand at 6%.
Under the plan, the industrial sector would make up over 35% of the national gross product (GDP), while the commercial sector accounts for 13.5% in 2025.
The total revenue of retail sales of goods and consumer services is expected to increase 9-9.5% each year.
The ministry aims to have 45% of small-and medium-sized enterprises to join e-commerce.
To that end, it will step up economic restructuring in combination with growth model reform, while improving productivity, quality, efficiency and competitiveness.
At the same time, the ministry will build infrastructure comprehensively, mobilise more investments and use them effectively, improve the quality and efficiency of the use of human resources, and step up innovations.