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The Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) has forecast Vietnam’s economy growth for 2018 may be at 6.88 thanks to positive socio-economic results ...
Business in brief (18/10/2018)
(Sourced from various news agencies)
South Korean investors continue to show their enthusiasm for Vietnam through recent major deals with businesses in the country.
The signing of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will create a big step in Vietnam’s government procurement field as foreign investors will be ...
Vietnam’s trade as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) reached over 200 per cent in 2017, the highest level for any country with over 50 million ...
To avoid the US’ $200 billion tariff slapped on Chinese goods, smartphone giant Apple’s manufacturers are looking to shift business from China to Vietnam ...
Brand Finance has released its annual report on the world’s 100 leading nation brands, and Vietnam is in 43rd place.
Interest rates for Vietnamese đồng loans have increased in the past two months after holding steady in the first half of the year.
Business in brief (19/10/2018)
(Sourced from various news agencies)
A recent salary survey by Talentnet shows that the retail, banking, and insurance sectors are the most likely to increase their headcount to support business ...
The ministries that are lagging behind in efforts to cut red tape for businesses must submit draft decrees on their reforms to the Prime Minister before the end ...
Business in brief (17/10/2018)
(Sourced from various news agencies)
The sale of business divisions can be seen as a move by foreign banks to restructure their operations and focus on core business fields to improve business ...
Shopping malls are mushrooming outside HCMC’s central business district, a new report by Jones Lang LaSalle Vietnam says.
The strong flow of FDI is expected to trigger a new investment wave into the industrial real estate sector.
Vietnam will open its public procurement market after the Vietnam - EU free trade agreement (EVFTA) comes into effect.
With Vietnam’s strengthened bilateral ties with Japan and its improved business climate, a new wave of Japanese investment is expected to hit the country ...
If US-China trade tensions drag on, Vietnam will still see good growth but face strong exchange rate pressures exerted by two major currencies.
Real estate stocks might peak in the first half of 2019 or even earlier, in the last quarter of this year, experts have forecast.
Embracing free trade policies, reducing overregulation and costs of doing business, and investing in human capital and infrastructure are three ingredients that ...
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