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Commercial banks should diversify their loan products, lower interest rates and simplify procedures to improve accessibility to official credit channels in an ...
Việt Nam's GDP is estimated to reach US$340.6 billion this year, making it the fourth-largest economy in Southeast Asia.
The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the shortage of cold storage space in Ho Chi Minh City and surrounding areas as goods pile up as a result of lack of demand.
Salaries increased by 6.5 percent this year at multinational companies (MNCs) and 5.2 percent at Vietnamese companies, and are forecast to increase by 7 percent ...
Japanese cosmetic and pharmaceutical store chain Matsumoto Kiyoshi opened its first store in HCMC on Sunday at the Vincom Center shopping mall in District 1.
The industrial manufacturer Hoa Phat Group posted 24.9 trillion VND in revenue in the third quarter of this year, up 62.7 percent year on year, and after-tax ...
The country would remain the only one with positive growth among five major economies in ASEAN, and its economic growth would rebound to 6.7% in 2021.
Domestic and foreign capital flow is expected to bolster real estate shares after the COVID-19 pandemic as many investors are paying attention to the industry.
The Forbes Vietnam magazine recently placed PetroVietnam Gas Joint Stock Corporation (PV GAS) second in terms of after-tax profit and fourth in revenue among ...
SSI Asset Management has signed a deal with two foreign partners to set up the Vietnam Growth Investment Fund.
Vietnam is a destination that can bring substantial benefit to Japanese investors, Director of the Vietnam Economic Research Institute (OERI) Moribe Hiroyuki ...
Hoteliers and guests in Vietnam are changing their perception of green practices.
The State Bank of Vietnam set the daily reference exchange rate at 23,196 VND per USD on October 19, down 5 VND from the last working day of previous week ...
Although merger and acquisition levels dropped in 2020 across Vietnam, the prospect for such activities remain bright for next year as overseas investors look ...
Domestic and foreign capital flow is expected to bolster real estate shares after the COVID-19 pandemic as many investors are paying attention to the industry.
A series of Japanese businesses are forging partnerships with local vendors in an attempt to diversify business strategies.
The market will struggle in the coming days as the third-quarter earnings season is near its end and investors will try to realise their profits following ...
The world has been heavily affected during the COVID-19 pandemic since the beginning of the year, which has caused a serious decline in economies globally. ...
Vietnamese shares edged up on Thursday on the back of a few blue chips while increased profit taking kept hitting mid-cap and small-cap sectors.
Seizing on the growing demand for second home ownership, more developers have been making large investment in large-scale coastal urban areas.
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