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Shares advanced for a fourth day this week on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, driven by the strong growth ...
Experts have warned that the high rate of inflation will cause the domestic housing market to continuously ...
Demand for Viet Nam’s tra fish (pangasius) is up in major markets, driving the export of the catfish ...
S&P Global Ratings on Thursday upgraded its long-term sovereign credit rating on Viet Nam to BB+ from BB.
With its advantages and thorough preparation in terms of infrastructure, transport and human resources, ...
The Vietnamese economy recovered more slowly than the world economy last year, but the reverse is likely ...
Many investors and firms in Viet Nam have reached a financial size that they are well-positioned to manipulate the securities market, exposing the need for tighter regulations.
Many listed seafood producers and exporters eyed record revenue and profit figures, leveraging spikes in prices and favourable market conditions.
Thailand and Vietnam are in talks on a pact to raise the price of their rice exports to increase their leverage in the global market and improve farmer incomes, a Thai government official said on Friday.
Viet Nam needs to improve the legal framework to promote the development of real estate investment trusts (REITs) to add capital to the property market while bank credit and corporate bond issuance were being tightened.
Commercial banks have stepped up lending to export firms, especially those in industrial parks and export processing zones, as exports of many goods have grown strongly this year.
Additionally-registered and share-purchased foreign direct investment (FDI) capital kept rising at 45.4 and 51.6 per cent on-year respectively in the first five months of the year, while newly-registered FDI inflows decreased by 12.3 per cent.
Joining the world logistics passport (WLP) initiative could help enterprises reduce logistics costs and increase competitiveness for exports.
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