Many banks are auctioning mortgaged assets, mainly real estate, worth trillions of Vietnamese dong to ...
Viet Nam’s benchmark VN-Index failed to beat the 1,000 points again amid lack of supportive corporate news ...
Vietnam’s domestic private sector will be “collecting change” from the global value chain without quality ...
Interest rates in the domestic market are expected to remain stable until the end of the year, buoyed by ...
Viet Nam’s local currency bond market grew 2.6 per cent to US$52.9 billion in the second quarter of this ...
The retail price of petrol has dropped as of 3pm on Monday, the ministries of industry and trade and ...
Vietnamese shares ended Tuesday morning on a positive note, driven by banking and real estate companies.
Multi-sector retailer Mobile World Investment Corporation recorded VND68.85 trillion (US$2.96 billion) worth of total net revenue in the January-August period.
Consumption of imported cars has skyrocketed while that of locally-assembled ones is falling despite efforts last year to tighten imports.
Ho Chi Minh City is in a strong position to capture growth in the tourism sector with the arrival of a new wave of branded properties – such as the latest offering from the InterContinental Hotels Group – which could bring the location more ...
Vietnamese borrowers are taking advantage of improved sentiment and abundant liquidity in the offshore loan markets, following positive sovereign rating news earlier this year.
The Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) and a number of experts have presented their views on the role of the State economic sector and proposed solutions for the restructuring of State-owned firms by 2030 to improve socioeconomic ...
Vietnamese agriculture officials made fruit a key export product as it can bring eight or nine times more in value compare to rice production.
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