Analyze Industry and Construction Group Structure in Vietnam Economy for Sustainable Development

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Bui Trinh , Nguyen Quang Thai ,

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Volume 8 - November 2019 (11)

Abstract

For many years, Vietnam has had a relatively high growth rate of gross domestic product (GDP) compared to other countries in the region, an average increase of 6.2% in the period 2005 - 2018. However, the macroeconomic instability such as the budget deficit, public debt, and debt of the economy, are always high, the environment has many potential risks.
This study used an input – output system in order to show the status of the Vietnam economic structure. Especially the industry and construction group in the sustainable development of Vietnam. The study shows that the final demand of this sectors group does not spread much to the value added, but strongly spreads to imports and greenhouse gas emissions. There seems to be a deviation in the economic structure in Vietnam due to the inadequate "policy" resources for sustainable development.

Keywords

Input, output, structure, sustainable, Vietnam

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