The forex “fever” in the first week of May has sparked concerns over its continuity in the upcoming time. ...
Investors have sought opportunities in defensive stocks amid rising fears about the US-China trade war, ...
Authorities have basically agreed on a State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) proposal to allow large State-owned ...
Foreign direct investment (FDI) pledged to Viet Nam in the first five months of this year hit a four-year ...
If credit policies for luxury home puchases were tightened, it could be a shock for the property market, ...
Viet Nam’s self-sufficiency for crude oil could come to an end due to exploitation that could turn the ...
Vietnamese shares edged down on Friday morning, dragged by petroleum firms on fears of a US-China trade war.
Fledging SHB Finance Co., Ltd. has successfully completed the issuance of the fourth tranche of certificates of deposits (CDs) with the total value of VND300 billion ($12.8 million) which was conducted through the book building process.
Export turnover of wood and wooden products reached nearly US$3.12 billion in the first four months of the year, a year-on-year increase of 18.3 per cent, according to the General Department of Customs.
Investing in the booming shophouse segment in HCM City could end in losses, if market observers are to be believed.
The financial capacity of Viet Nam’s credit institutions has solidified in recent years, with their charter capital reaching VND578.9 trillion (US$24.85 billion) by the end of the first quarter 2019.
Enterprises in Vietnam’s private economic sector have not received land and taxation incentives while they are restrained by institutional regulations, policies and thousands of procedures and formalities
Viet Nam’s seafood exports to the other 10 members of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) have increased sharply since the agreement took effect earlier this year, according to the Ministry of ...
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