Liberty introduced Familycare, a family health insurance package that helps to protect all family members.
Vietnam plans to tax 1.5 percent of annual e-commerce revenues of VND100 million ($4,297) and higher as part of leveling the field between traditional and online retail merchants.
After completing all three pillars of Basel II ahead of the deadline, HDBank has moved towards applying Basel III standards to its risk management.
In contrast to steady endeavors by provinces/cities to improve efficiency and fairness in budget management, the performance of State agencies in this regard has left much to be desired.
The Covid-19 pandemic is fostering cashless payment, making it more popular in Vietnam.
Credit packages for residents and enterprises that have been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic have been disbursed slowly and not as effectively as expected, according to the National Assembly’s (NA’s) Economic and Budget-Finance Committees.
RHB Bank (Cambodia) Plc today introduced the RHB Reflex – an online service that combines cash management and payment solutions as an integrated online business solution that allows customers to access the service 24/7 anywhere via internet banking and mobile banking app.
Many lenders in Vietnam are planning to raise their charter capital by double-digit percentages this year, expecting an increase in post pandemic credit demand.
Vietnam will enter the aging population stage in 2040, expected to burden social security.
This past week, finance officials from the US, Britain, Germany, Japan, France, Italy, and Canada – the G7 group comprising some of the richest countries in world – agreed on a worldwide minimum corporate tax on large international companies of at least 15 per cent. Jack Nguyen, partner from Mazars analysed the impacts of this policy on the e-commerce sector in Vietnam.