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Vietnam exported 194.3 billion USD worth of products in the first nine months of the year, a year-on-year surge of 8.2 percent.
Vietnam more selective in FDI attraction: official; Work resumes on upgrades of North-South highway; Year of the Horse hoped to boost leather industry; Farm exports reach 2.32 bln USD in January
Readers have got tired of ad pieces on print papers, while TV watchers would switch to other channels when they see ads. With 28 million users, the Internet has become a new potential ad channel.
Steel trade deficit reaches over US$2 billion; US$3.34 billion trade surplus for FDI businesses; US$3.34 billion trade surplus for FDI businesses; Canon opens first Image Square store in Hanoi
Agro-products to face tough battles ahead; HCM City eyes economic growth of 9.5-10%; Commodity exchanges call for help; Ornamental-fish sector revises business strategy
Bulk FDI inflow fosters electronics export growth; Proper policies needed to attract Japanese investors; Vietnam export promises robust growth: HSBC; Office workers moonlight during difficult times
China has always been gaining the upper hand in doing business with Vietnam. Experts believe that Vietnam has been yielding to the big foreign partner on many issues.
Japan committed US$2 billion ODA to Vietnam; Fishery sector aims for stronger capacity; Consumers encouraged to buy local products; Central coast focuses on tourism development
While posting ads on buses has been very popular in big cities like Hanoi, Hai Phong and Da Nang, the ads on buses still have been prohibited in HCM City for the last 10 years.
Kien Giang pulls plug on projects; Investor punished for manipulation; Investors favour Treasury bonds; Packing company seeks to delist; Draft decree on derivatives; An Binh Bank sells treasury stocks
Running out of money, business plans get stuck because of lacking capital, businesses have to sell vacancies on billboards to “keep mouth and soul together.”
Asia-Pacific exports expected to increase; Inflation holds steady despite Tet demand; Surge of power plants to plug into Viet Nam market
January sees better auto sales; Experts: More foreign capital to flow this year; Seafood exports down in Q1; Russia, VN eye $7b in trade; Leading developer posts falling profit
Vietnamese exporters all have reportedly got overjoyed because they have obtained big orders, which gives one more reason to believe that the targeted 10 percent export turnover growth rate in 2013 is within reach.
Vietnam becomes biggest foreign investor in Laos; Shops and cafes exploit Tet to cash in; Vietnam prepares to raise sovereign credit rating; Vietnamese coffee firm readies for international competition
VietNamNet Bridge – Turning up in the Vietnamese market as a partner in the joint ventures with Vietnamese partners, Coca Cola has given Vietnamese partners, one after another--a boot, to become the only owner in the enterprises.
Reporting of securities transactions; Banks to classify, report on debts; Ministry revises definition of equity; Steelmaker looks to capital markets to raise funds; 800,000 tonnes of coal exported in January
Vietnamese foods promoted on Japanese TV; Craft villages target domestic customers; US still top market for clothing forecast to grow 3% this year; Policy advocacy weak in VN business groups; Trade with Russia totals $3.6 billion
Travel firms keep doubtful with the figures of foreign and domestic travelers to Vietnam in 2012, because they are “abnormally high” in the context of the global economic crisis.
Revenue from retail and services up 16%; VN eyes $7-bln investment in Laos; Hanoi: 8.1 percent economic growth; Auto registration fee cuts seen not steep enough; VNPost looks for express delivery