Vietnam and the United States are seeking ways to increase their investment and trade ties, with the latter pledging to support the latter in education, training, and the energy transition.
The fresh and stringent legislative framework for the corporate bond market is slated to pave the way for a better debt sector in Vietnam, while the interests of issuers and investors could be safeguarded.
It is critical for Vietnamese enterprises to create solutions to minimise supply chain disruptions in the face of global uncertainty and take advantage of overseas investment, participants heard at a Ho Chi Minh City event last week.
With its strong economic growth, attractive valuations and high expected earnings growth for listed firms, Viet Nam’s stock market is attractive now and has good prospects, according to experts.
Combining industry promotion with stimulation of trade in rural industrial products is expected to give a major impetus to the development of rural industrial facilities.
Rice and fish exporters across Vietnam’s Mekong Delta are ramping up production in order to meet the demands of European partners, particularly those from the UK.
Besides interest and exchange rates, non-performing loans (NPLs) are also a concern for banking activities in the remaining months of 2022, experts have warned.
Retail investors have been pulling money out of the stock market so far this year, but will return soon, according to analysts.
Mixed opinions have arisen around the Ministry of Construction’s proposal of setting limited terms for apartment ownership, which were repeated in the latest draft amendments to the Law on Housing.
The State Bank of Vietnam's decision to raise credit growth targets for banks is expected to create favourable conditions for businesses to lend capital, including real estate firms, according to experts.