Extract from an article in the European Tribune: As has been said if debt cannot be paid, then it will not be paid and this debt has not gone away. The visible wounds of the US economy — the damaged private banks — have now healed through being recapitalised, but invisible internal bleeding continues into unsustainable and unrepayable property debt. These dollars had to end up somewhere, and apart from conventional investments, new types of funds were created which enabled investors who feared inflation to invest in gold and commodities.
In addition, the textile sector is set to remain dynamic due to low labour costs, despite an expected increase in wages. The good health of the manufacturing sector will benefit the construction sector, as well as the increasing urbanization of the population and the rapid development of tourism.
The latter should also benefit from the implementation of an electronic visa system inbut will remain limited by infrastructure deficiencies.
Private investment will largely depend on FDI inflows, while public investment is still constrained by funding limitations. The agricultural and oil sectors are likely to be less dynamic, due to the reorientation of the economy and workers towards the manufacturing and service sectors.
Household consumption is expected to continue to grow, predominantly thanks to inflation control, wage growth, and expatriate remittances.
In addition, the development of the middle class and the growth of household credit will support domestic demand. Nevertheless, the privatization programme of public enterprises would gradually make it possible to clear margins of budgetary flexibility.
The current account surplus will probably remain steady in The dynamism of exports of manufactured goods should contribute to improving the trade balance, despite the concomitant rise in imports of intermediate goods.
The income balance would remain heavily in deficit, but offset, in part, by the increase in expatriate transfers, mainly from the United States.
In addition, the services surplus would benefit from the growing influx of tourists. Despite the growth in foreign exchange reserves, resulting from the current account surplus and FDI, they remain insufficient two months of imports. The banking system will likely remain fragile because it is not capitalized and heavily dollarised.
The monetary policy should therefore be more restrictive inin order to contain inflation and credit risk, which still seems high especially in constructiondespite the creation of a defeasance structure.
Growing geopolitical tensions The sovereignty dispute between Vietnam and China over the China Sea will likely continue to weigh on diplomatic relations between the two countries.
SinceVietnam have made multiple attempts at oil exploration in the region, before falling back under the pressure — sometimes military — of China.
In JulyVietnam began drilling in disputed waters in partnership with a Spanish company. China warned that it was ready to attack the facilities if they were not dismantled, leading to the end of the explorations.
While military escalation seems unlikely, tensions between the two countries seem to have been revived. Vietnam will likely continue to strengthen its bonds with the United States, as well as with the main regional forces Japan, India and Australia. In addition, despite the withdrawal of the United States from the TPP Trans-Pacific Partnershipthe country should continue to strengthen its trade integration at both the multilateral and bilateral levels.
The Communist Party continues to control the entire political, economic and social life of the country.
Governance constitutes a risk in terms of attractiveness for foreign investors, given the high level of corruption.Update May March November Analysis from Wood Mackenzie “All five of the major oil-producers in region – Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the UAE – will run a fiscal deficit in The Public Inspection page on metin2sell.com offers a preview of documents scheduled to appear in the next day's Federal Register issue.
The Public Inspection page may also include documents scheduled for later issues, at the request of the issuing agency. Stevens () provides a detailed episodic analysis of inflation in Australia for the period – and demonstrates that, as a small open economy, foreign shocks have played a prominent role in inflation outcomes.
By Greg Hunter’s metin2sell.com (Early Sunday Release). Analyst/trader Gregory Mannarino is not bullish on the US dollar, and that should worry the man on the street.
Mannarino explains, “Inflation is going to be the theme of The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics. The statistic shows the inflation rate in Australia from to , with projections up until The inflation rate is calculated using the price increase of a .