Energy markets are very tight in Vietnam and there are no signs of a major shock to the market in the next few months.

The market is very tight and there is a good chance that prices will remain in this position for at least a few months in the medium term.

However, there are signs of some potential surprises in the market and we have the possibility that prices could move higher, but we have to wait and see.

The oil prices, which have remained very low in the past few months, are also in a weak position right now and are likely to remain so for some time.

In terms of the commodities, oil is not likely to go up any time soon, which is a big surprise for Vietnam, since the government has already increased subsidies for the industry.

The demand for gasoline, which was already weak in the recent past, has risen significantly, especially for vehicles and for the people who drive them.

The price of cement has also increased in recent months.

However the government will have to decide whether to increase prices of other commodities in the near future.

For example, in the case of iron ore, prices are already at record lows and the government needs to increase the subsidies for it.

The government has to decide if to increase subsidies for cement, steel, and steel products in order to stabilize the market.

The Chinese investment is also very low and there may be a significant impact on the market if the Chinese firms start to invest again.

The country is facing a very difficult time and is unlikely to see a big rebound.

The current situation is not good for investors in the short-term and is likely to continue in the long-term.

For the average consumer, the energy market will remain extremely tight for a long time.