News on Hebronstar vol. 69


[Inside Korea]


How can fruits from Vietnam delight customers in Korea?

Do you like fruits? What about imported fruits? What comes to mind when you think of imported fruits? Banana? Mango? The aged in Korea used to say that bananas used to be such precious fruits that they used to be eaten only when they were sick or when guests came in the past.

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[Inside Vietnam]


Vietnam among world’s fastest growing economies in 2020

With a GDP growth of 2.8 percent, Vietnam will be among the fastest-growing economies in a Covid-19-ravaged world this year, the World Bank says.

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2020 and Covid-19: Vietnamese economy down but not out

Covid-19 crippled key sectors and the economy plunged in 2020, but Vietnam expects to make a strong recovery after managing the pandemic effectively.

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Credit growth slows due to pandemic

Credit growth between January 1 and December 21 hit 10.14 percent, a slower rate compared to previous years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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[Inside Indonesia]


Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs sees several opportunities for economic recovery in 2021

Indonesia will have several opportunities that it could leverage to bring about an economic recovery and support the economic growth target of 4.5-5.5 percent in 2021, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Airlangga Hartarto, said.

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Indonesia Kicks Off Largest Solar Power Plant Development

Indonesia officially kicked off on Thursday the development of the Rp 1.8 trillion (US$127.24 million) Cirata floating solar power plant in West Java, one of the national strategic projects (PSN), as the government aims to boost the contribution of renewables to the country’s energy mix.

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Indonesia, South Korea sign CEPA in Seoul

Indonesian Trade Minister Agus Suparmanto and South Korean Minister of Trade, Industry, and Energy Sung Yun-mo inked the Indonesia-South Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IK-CEPA) in Seoul.

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