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The Vietnamese stock market saw a sharp retreat on Tuesday after recent strong rallies, following the ...
The expansion of the credit room by 1.5-2 percentage points would mean an addition of VND156-200 trillion ...
On 1 December 2022 in Hanoi, Masan High-Tech Materials was honored by Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and ...
The country's agro-forestry-fishery exports stood at about US$4.27 billion in November, bringing the total ...
The country has posted a trade surplus of nearly $11 billion.
Many sectors of the Vietnamese economy achieved impressive export growth in the first three quarters of ...
Although banking profits are expected to grow slower in Q4/2022 and in the first half of 2023, experts still have an optimistic outlook on bank stocks in the short term.
Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) is going to divest all stakes in Dong Nai Building Material and Fuel JSC (UPCoM: BMF).
Due to the fluctuations in the global energy market that could last until next year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is making efforts to ensure the supply of petroleum products in the domestic market.
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has recently approved the scheme for tax reform until 2030.
The State Bank of Vietnam has raised the domestic banking system’s credit growth by 1.5-2.0 percentage points from the previous 14 per cent limit on December 5.
Fuelled by the country’s efforts to improve the domestic business climate, the disbursement of foreign direct investment in Vietnam has reaped a bumper crop, reflecting the rising confidence of investors.
Many enterprises in Vietnam are currently facing several difficult challenges in running their operations and these ongoing obstacles are very likely to have a serious effect on their resilience in the long run.
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