Chairman of Ha Noi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung chairs an online meeting with other city leaders on Monday to discuss the city’s socioeconomic development and respond to COVID-19. — VNA/VNS Photo Lam Khanh In a worst economic growth scenario with the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to impact the city until the year’s end, Ha Noi expects a growth rate of 5.35 per cent, below its previously set target of 7.5 per cent. If the pandemic is under control soon, the city hopes to resume growth in the second quarter and speed up in the two following quarters so it could gain growth of 7.5 per cent, meeting the goal set previously. If the pandemic is controlled in the third quarter but still leaves negative impacts on the city’s economy, Ha Noi expects a growth rate of 6.42 per cent. These scenarios were outlined during the city’s online meeting on Monday discussing socio-economic development in the first quarter and its efforts in COVID-19 prevention and control. At the meeting, director of the city’s Planning and Investment Department Nguyen Manh Quyen said the city maintained positive economic growth in the first quarter – 3.72 per cent in gross regional domestic product (GRDP)…. Read full this story
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