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Off Sick: Wave Of COVID-19 Infections In Vietnam Hits Workforce Numbers

Apr. 04, 2022 5:18 AM ETVNM
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  • The downturn resulting from the Omicron wave has not been as severe as prior waves of the virus.
  • Staffing capacity has been a problem for Vietnamese manufacturers since the Delta wave of the pandemic in the middle of last year.
  • Global anticipates GDP to rise 5.8% in 2022 as the economy recovers from the Delta wave in 2021.

National Flag of Vietnam Against Defocused City Buildings

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The COVID-19 pandemic retains the ability to throw the Vietnamese manufacturing sector off course in 2022 despite a lack of virus containment measures, primarily through the impact of staff shortages as infected workers are unable to contribute

Vietnam Manufacturing PMI Output Employment

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Vietnam Manufacturing PMI New Orders Backlogs


Vietnam Manufacturing PMI Input Costs Index


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