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Việt Nam will stay among the world's top destinations for foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2021 thanks to the country's successful effort to contain and ...
A new decree released by the Government will allow State-owned commercial banks to save cash to increase their strength instead of paying dividends to ...
The prices of properties with land in HCM City increased by 15 per cent in the third quarter from the same period of last year due to lack of new supply, ...
The State Bank of Vietnam set the daily reference exchange rate at 23,193 VND per USD on October 12, down 5 VND from the last working day of previous week ...
With its annual growth of 12-14 per cent, the logistics sector, especially seaports, is becoming attractive to both domestic and foreign investors,..
Vietnamese Ambassador to Ukraine Nguyen Anh Tuan paid a working visit to Cherkasy province on October 8 to explore the potential for economic cooperation ...
The Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Group met with the local fintech firm MoMo in HCM City on Monday.
Substantial amounts of domestic and foreign capital are being poured into major logistics projects in the south of Vietnam.
Further clarifying the legal framework for infrastructure development via wider participation of private investors is expected to help the country attract more ...
Businesses in HCM City are in need of specific and long-term solutions, given that its index of industrial production (IIP) fell 4.9 percent in the first nine ...
The Government's 30 percent corporate income tax cut was a step in the right direction but it could have been more inclusive by offering support to small ...
The Việt Nam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) has reported that nine-month oil output surpassed its target by 9.4 per cent, reaching 8.64 million tonnes ...
The price of RON95 petrol rose by 138 VND per litre while that of bio-fuel E5RON92 was adjusted up by 53 VND per litre in the latest review of prices on October ...
Vietnamese agricultural projects in Cambodia continued to serve as a driving force for local economies in the last five months and create stable jobs for ...
Vietnam is still regarded by investors as an attractive destination thanks to its stable politics and macro economy, favourable geographical location, and ...
Banks are pushing the sale of life insurance products (bancassurance) in the context of low credit growth since the beginning of this year due to the impacts of ...
Ten out of 12 ministries and agencies have committed to completing the disbursement of foreign loans this year after adjusting down their capital plans, the ...
Equitisation should be a magic wand to improve the performance of a State-owned enterprise (SOE), but in some cases, it is not.
Twelve loss-making projects under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) have posted accumulated losses of VNĐ26.3 trillion (US$1.13 billion).
Shares ended on a negative note on Thursday due to profit-taking pressure dumping a series of large-cap stocks.
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