Five Vietnamese regions that will lead the GRDP in 2023

DNHN - On the contrary to Bac Ninh, a prominent industrial hub in the northern region, a considerable number of provinces and cities experienced substantial economic expansion, outperforming the performance of the previous year.


Based on data from the General Statistics Office, the gross regional product (GRDP) growth rates of five provinces and cities are the highest in the nation this year. Bac Giang has the highest at 13.45%, followed by Hau Giang at 27%, Quang Ninh at 11.03%, Khanh Hoa at 10.35%, and Hai Phong City at 10.34% when compared to the corresponding period in 2022.

Furthermore, the GRDP growth rate in these regions has reached noteworthy levels in 2022. In comparison to the previous year, the following cities experienced growth: Hau Giang witnessed a 13.94% increase, Quang Ninh saw a 10.28% increase, Khanh Hoa observed a 20.7% increase, and Hai Phong city displayed a 12.32% increase. Additionally, several other municipalities have experienced substantial growth rates in their GRDP this year. These include Nam Dinh, which witnessed a growth rate of 10.19%, Hung Yen, which surged at 10.05%, Ha Nam, which increased by 9.41%, Ninh Thuan, which surged by 9.4%, and Phu Yen, which surged by 9.16%.

The country's two largest economic centers, Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, will continue to experience economic expansion in 2023. Hanoi is projected to experience a growth of approximately 6.27%, whereas Ho Chi Minh City is anticipated to witness an increase of 5.7% during the corresponding period of the previous year.

According to the General Statistics Office, certain regions experienced an economic downturn in 2018 when compared to 2022. These regions include Ba Ria Vung Tau province, which witnessed a decline of 1.02%, Lai Chau, which witnessed a decline of 2.77%, and Quang Nam, which witnessed a decline of 8.25%. When speaking with Tuoi Tre Online, a representative of the General Statistics Office stated that even though the domestic and international economic climate in 2023 remains fraught with challenges, certain provinces and cities have managed to attain this level of development. High growth as a result of retaining key export products and capitalizing on additional growth advantages.

Phuong Anh

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