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Banks in Vietnam are responding to the government’s call in forgoing parts of their profits to support ...
Vietnamese shares stayed positive on Friday on the back of strong buying demand, contrasting the downturn ...
Foreign investors poured US$5.46 billion into Viet Nam in the first two months of this year, a ...
If the COVID-19 pandemic is controlled in the first quarter, the GDP for the period may increase by 4.46 ...
The government raised the subsidy for E5 and RON92 from the petrol price stabilization fund by VND2,000 ...
Phones and parts posted the largest export turnover among export items during January with US$6.1 billion, ...
Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index gained 0.26 percent to close at 1,168.47 points Friday, ending a week of fluctuations in its recovery from last month’s plunge.
Social distancing and strict control at hospitals, and an economic recession due to COVID-19, resulted in lower sales of both prescription and non-prescription drugs. However, many companies still witnessed outstanding performance.
Vietnam’s shrimp exports will be the main growth engine of the seafood sector this year.
Office space outside downtown HCMC costing $15-16 per square meter per month has seen an increase in demand in 2021, a VnExpress survey has found.
Private banks have posted significant growth in credit market share in the past five years.
Despite the recent resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of foreign businesses remain optimistic for 2021 with some expansion plans.
Viet Nam’s agriculture sector is aiming to be among the 15 most developed countries in the world, in which the agricultural processing sector ranks among the top 10 countries by 2030.
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