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Commercial banks report that their credit is growing well and loans are provided to production and business projects, but businesses say that they cannot get loans. expands credit quota for banks to meet growing credit demands

Many banks have reached their respective credit limits in the first nine months of 2021.


Bankers remain optimistic about 2021, ambitious business plans

Following the prosperous year of 2020, commercial banks have devised more ambitious business plans for the new year. Meanwhile, bank share prices have hit a decade high.

Which bank is the champion in CASA race?

The race to increase the CASA portion among commercial banks has become fierce.

Dollar billionaires and hot competition in the banking sector in 2019

Two dollar billionaires in the banking sector emerged in 2019, which also witnessed competition that led to big changes in the economy.

VN Index expected to surpass 1,300 points in 2018

Viet Nam’s benchmark stock index, VN-Index, could exceed 1,300 points in 2018 due to the positive outlook for the country’s economic growth and a strong inflow of foreign investment.

Outcomes of Vietnam Private Sector Forum announced

The Vietnam Private Sector Forum (VPSF) will try to create a space for businesses to voice out their proposals. 

Optimistic business trends up in 2018

According to the General Statistics Office (GSO), in the fourth quarter of 2017, 44.8 per cent of firms reported better business performance in Q4 than Q3.

Central bank extends forex loan policy

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has officially extended a policy allowing exporters to take loans in foreign currencies for another year instead of stopping it on December 31 as planned.

Economists fear big money supply may lead to high bad-debt ratio

To obtain a 20 percent credit growth rate this year, total outstanding loans will have to increase by VND1,200 trillion. In the last five last months of the year, VND700 trillion is expected to be pumped into circulation.