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HSBC: Vietnamese enterprises are among the most optimistic in the world

Vietnamese businesses are more optimistic about growth and international trade than their global counterparts, even when Covid-19 poses many challenges.
The HSBC Navigator survey is conducted with more than 10,000 businesses in 39 countries and territories including 200 businesses in Vietnam. The results show that 55% of Vietnamese enterprises questioned are still optimistic about growth, compared with 56% in 2019 and higher than the global average of 29%.

About 59% of businesses (compared with 45% globally) are expected to be able to achieve pre-service profits by the end of 2021. Along with that, 86% of businesses expect their sales to increase in 2021, higher than the global and Asia-Pacific average, at 64% and 60% respectively.

“Unlike many other countries, in the second half of this year, Vietnam has generally returned to a normal business environment,” commented Mr. Tim Evans, General Director of HSBC Vietnam.

Hoa Sen steel and plastic pipe factory in An Giang. Photo: Phuong Dong. © Provided by VnExpress Hoa Sen Steel and Plastic Pipe Factory in An Giang. Photo: Orient.
91% of Vietnamese firms are also very optimistic about international trade compared to their global counterparts (72%), though the majority admit that international trade is becoming more and more difficult.
Optimism in Vietnam has been fueled even more with the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), which was signed on November 15. “RCEP can help Vietnamese businesses increase exports and attract high-quality goods for consumers,” added Mr. Tim Evans.
However, not all are optimistic that the number of Vietnamese businesses that are pessimistic or “expected to narrow their operations” increases this year, to 26% compared to just 4% in 2019. The epidemic also pictures impacting growth expectation when the number of Vietnamese businesses expected to grow by more than 5%, significantly decreasing, with a rate of 66% compared to 2019 is 92%.
As for international trade, 90% of Vietnamese enterprises think protectionism is on the rise. Competing on prices, building local partnerships, and selling digitally are key strategies for dealing with protectionism.
Along with that, to adapt to change, 68% of businesses have made the change in the past 12 months, compared with 74% globally. The need to cut costs, reduce risks and strengthen cooperation are also the leading factors that motivate businesses to make the change.
However, cutting costs does not mean reducing future investment. 88% of businesses intend to increase their investment next year, more than two-thirds of businesses globally. About 69% of businesses plan to invest in sales channels by 2021, 68% on skills improvement for the workforce, 67% on customer experience and 67% in cash flow management. capital.
For investment in technology, 61% of businesses said that they would do it to improve the speed of market access, 59% to target new customers and 55% to enhance automation / efficiency.

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