|Vietnam is said to have been avoiding the usual recessionary trends across the Asian markets and is showing better-than-average growth. (Photo: VNA)|
New Delhi – An Indian expert has highly valued Vietnam's post-pandemic recovery in an article recently published on Moderndiplomacy.eu.
It added over a period of time, Vietnam has been making serious efforts in emerging as a knowledge network society. This includes improving policy applications, enhancing capacities of stakeholders, and providing information to the communities on a regular basis. Vietnam has also received more than 2 million USD grant for climate resilient inclusive infrastructure through high technology fund from the Asian Development Bank (ADB). In terms of meeting UN sustainable development goals, it has successfully provided electricity to its population.
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