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The supply of homes plummeted on the local market in 2019, as inspections of construction, investments and ...
Viet Nam’s benchmark VN-Index rallied for a fourth straight day with growth momentum provided by the ...
Banks are likely to be conservative about paying Lunar New Year bonuses though many reported a big jump in ...
Vietnam has denied using exchange rates and monetary policy to facilitate export after the country was put ...
If the Vietnamese Government continues its fiscal consolidation, the public debt-to-gross domestic product ...
Viet Nam would look to maintain economic growth of 6.76 per cent this year, according to the National ...
Vietnamese shares ended Friday morning on a mixed note while trading liquidity remained modest in the days leading up to Tet.
The Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Viet Nam (BIDV) is now the fourth largest listed company by market value.
Exports of shrimp to Australia increased strongly in 2019, expanding at a two-digit growth rate, according to statistics from the Viet Nam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (Vasep).
According to a survey announced by many consultancies, the Hanoi real estate market in the last months of 2019 and the beginning of 2020 shows upbeat prospects, with a blooming apartment segment.
Though Tet (Lunar New Year) is approaching with rising capital demands, the liquidity of the banking system is abundant, helping interest rates in the inter-bank market drop sharply, industry insiders said.
Viet Nam's economy experienced good economic results in 2019, but it will be a challenge to repeat the strong growth this year.
Shopping at supermarkets and traditional markets for Tet (the Lunar New Year) has increased significantly in HCM City in recent days, and is expected to keep rising ahead of the festival, which begins on January 24.
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