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Shares maintained an uptrend on both stock exchanges, fuelled by solid cash inflows. Real estate and ...
Banks will have to exercise caution to ensure stable liquidity when trillions of Vietnamese dong in ...
Viet Nam remains an attractive market for retailers as Vietnamese consumers remain optimistic about the ...
Viet Nam's manufacturing sector continued a declining path in May with economists and industry insiders ...
Almost all banks in Viet Nam have cut interest rates for deposits for terms from six months and above to ...
Viet Nam will be a key driver of global trade growth, with its exports projected to reach US$618 billion ...
The Ministry of Finance has proposed reducing a number of fees by between 10 to 50 per cent.
In the context of the general market moving sideways, oil and gas stocks have gone against the trend to increase rapidly, which was supported by positive information from billion-dollar domestic oil and gas projects.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has extended the deadline for providing a decision following an investigation into how to apply anti-dumping measures to Malaysian, Thai, and Chinese prestressed steel cables.
The construction ministry has raised two reasons for the non-disbursement of the credit package of VND120 trillion (US$5.14 billion) launched by the government about two months ago for developing projects to build social houses and houses for ...
Banks expect to rely more on non-interest income sources in the face of the credit expansion slowdown and challenging business environment to see any considerable profit growth this year.
Vietnam may achieve an economic growth of 5.8 percent at least in 2023 and 6.9 percent at most next year, but there remain a lot of challenges to overcome, according to the predictions by many international organizations.
Viet Nam could see its e-commerce export revenues rise to VND296.3 trillion (US$12.5 billion) by 2027, heard the 2023 Cross-Border E-Commerce Conference in Viet Nam in Ha Noi on Wednesday.
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