Vietnam Could Sustain Growth After Aggressive Response To Virus

An elevated train track near the Cat Linh station, center, stands among buildings in Hanoi, Vietnam, on Friday, May 29, 2020. Vietnam inflation cooled for a fourth consecutive month this year after the central bank reduced its policy rates to support an export-dependent economy. Photographer: Maika Elan/Bloomberg via Getty Images
An elevated train track near the Cat Linh station, center, stands among buildings in Hanoi, Vietnam, on Friday, May 29, 2020. Vietnam inflation cooled for a fourth consecutive month this year after the central bank reduced its policy rates to support an export-dependent economy. Photographer: Maika Elan/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Vietnam Could Sustain Growth After Aggressive Response To Virus
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