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Authorized automobile importers puzzled with new regulations   2011-06-03

Businesses cutting down expenses on media campaigns   2011-06-02

Big guys determined to list shares despite sharp stock price falls   2011-06-02

MOIT’s tentative policy facing strong opposition from steel manufacturers   2011-06-02

Ignoring advices, State Bank not intend to loosen monetary policies   2011-06-02

“Lean years” testing securities companies’ patience and stuff   2011-06-02

What will be the exchange rate like by the year end?   2011-06-01

What will be the exchange rate like by the year end?   2011-06-01

Information about “dirty gold” put difficulties to traders   2011-06-01

Hepza says IPs, EPZs have proved an efficient model   2011-06-01

Transport contractors lack capital, administrators seem helpless   2011-06-01

Big guys determined to list shares despite sharp stock price falls   2011-06-01

Shipping charges sink firms’ hopes   2011-05-31

Transport contractors lack capital, administrators seem helpless   2011-05-31

Information about “dirty gold” put difficulties to traders   2011-05-31

Sustained rally remains elusive   2011-05-31

Foreign economists talk up Viet Nam   2011-05-30

Autos face new import taxes   2011-05-30

Slumping stock market offers long-term investments   2011-05-30

High interest rates force fish prices down   2011-05-30

HCMC-based commercial banks sell US$9.6bln in May   2011-05-30

Banks start to look offshore   2011-05-29

Reducing outstanding loans to non-production sectors an important task   2011-05-29

Businesses don’t think of issuing corporate bonds   2011-05-29

State companies to declare assets, debts   2011-05-28

Auto industry likely to shy away from local bid   2011-05-28

Industry output jumps 14.2% in five months   2011-05-28

Financiers: SBV clearing way for compulsory reserve ratio increase   2011-05-27

VAN tax: all relevant ministries and branches are to blame   2011-05-27

Trade deficit continues to rise   2011-05-27

Vietnam Headline News:

Steel tycoon third rich person in Vietnam
Tran Dinh Long, chairman of steelmaker Hoa Phat Group, has moved up a position to become the third richest person in Vietnam.]]>
Posted: Mon, 23 Nov 2020 19:51:49 +0700

Vietnam business community helps ensure success in Covid-19 fight
Not only supporting the government’s initiative in keeping stable market prices, local businesses are adjusting their business operations in a new normal.]]>
Posted: Mon, 23 Nov 2020 19:51:12 +0700

German investors discover Vietnamese startups and tourism scene
German investors will inject more than $300 million into Vietnamese digital startups and tourism, $100 million of which will be poured in a venture fund for digital startups.]]>
Posted: Mon, 23 Nov 2020 19:46:22 +0700

Vietnam calls for new global paradigm for development
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Sunday called on the G20 nations to create a new foundation for development to overcome global challenges and bridge developmental gaps.]]>
Posted: Mon, 23 Nov 2020 12:45:54 +0700

US national security advisor seeks to expand cooperation with Vietnam
U.S. national security adviser Robert O’Brien discussed expanding security and defense cooperation while on a three-day visit to Vietnam that commenced Friday.]]>
Posted: Sun, 22 Nov 2020 13:06:58 +0700

Interest broadening for Swiss groups in Vietnam
Switzerland is now tightening bilateral investment ties with Vietnam as one of the largest European investors in the country. Swiss Ambassador to Vietnam Ivo Sieber shared with Celine Luu some of the fascinating fields that Swiss corporations are interested in, and how Vietnam should improve on their tailor-made policies to lure in more Swiss funds through free trade agreements.]]>
Posted: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 18:51:14 +0700

FDI possible in digital cross-border services
With regional nations racing to lower their taxes in order to woo more investment, which may dent their coffers, creating feasible policies for collecting taxes is expected to help reach their goals of attracting more high-quality funding.]]>
Posted: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 18:46:12 +0700

Lofty goals achievable through stable regulations
The Ministry of Planning and Investment aims to have 15 Vietnamese private companies with market capitalisation of over $1 billion each by 2025, with that target increasing to 20 by 2030. Nguyen Thi Luyen, deputy director of the Department for Enterprise Reform and Development under the Central Institute for Economic Management, discusses with VIR’s Oanh Nguyen the feasibility of realising these goals.]]>
Posted: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 18:45:17 +0700

Value of US trade ties too important
The United States has initiated a probe into Vietnam’s trade practices, a move that is experiencing some pushback from the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Vietnam. Adam Sitkoff, executive director of AmCham in Hanoi, explains the situation as it stands and emphasises the continuing strong relationship between the two countries.]]>
Posted: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 18:44:42 +0700

Pitfalls in rising investment channels
E-commerce is flourishing while newer investment channels are blooming and becoming more attractive to investors. However, Pham Duy Khuong, managing director of ASL Law, warns them of the risks and consequences of such emerging channels of funding.]]>
Posted: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 18:43:48 +0700

Efficient EVFTA implementation contributes to economic recovery
About three months after it took effect, the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) has already helped Vietnam recover some economic growth in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.]]>
Posted: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 18:39:48 +0700

Asia Pacific leaders make joint appeal for free and fair trade
Asia Pacific leaders set aside differences on Friday with their first joint communique in three years, calling for free and predictable trade amid the coronavirus pandemic.]]>
Posted: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 18:37:31 +0700

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