As the US Presidential Election draws closer, investors have grown concerned by the potential implications of what a Republican or Democratic win could entail. While most national elections are not global events, the US Presidential Election is one exception as it will strongly affect the trade, financial market and foreign policy. Especially, when President Donald Trump has just been tested positive for Covid 19, bringing the election into potential chaos. Also, Vietnam has been declared on October 2, 2020 by the U.S Treasury being one of the "Currency Manipulating Countries". We all are experiencing un-precedented events unfolded at this time.
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Overview of the US Presidential Election 2020. What should we expect in the upcoming time on the tactic of economic monitoring under a Donald Trump reelection or if Joe Biden wins Whitehouse?
In light of the upcoming election, how the US Federal Reserve (Fed) will react with the US dollar interest rate? How do you foresee the event's impact on the Vietnamese economy?
The result of the election may lead to geopolitical issues that could affect trade relations. What actions should European and Vietnamese investors take leading up to the election?
Is the US accusations of Vietnam being "A Currency Manipulator" unfounded or justified? What can we expect from the US-VN trade relations going forward?
Dr. Nguyen Tri Hieu has forty years of solid banking experience in the U.S. and Vietnam. He used to be Vice President of Standard Chartered Bank, IDB Bank in Los Angeles, California and Deputy General Manager of Deutsche Bank AG, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. He also holds key positions such as Senior Advisor to the Board, Deputy CEO, Board Member for commercial banks in Vietnam, including Tien Phong Bank, Lien Viet Post Bank, ABBank , Agribank, , OceanBank, Construction Bank, Vietbank, National Citizen Bank… Currently, he is Senior Advisor to Board of Directors of VFL (related to FLC Group).