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VietNamNet Bridge - A series of phishing attacks in which bank account owners lost billions of dong have cast a shadow on Vietnam’s e-commerce market, estimated to have total value of $4 billion.
VietNamNet Bridge - With reasonable interest rates, corporate bonds have become more attractive to businesses than bank loans.
VietNamNet Bridge - Large conglomerates, when issuing corporate bonds, now tend to target individual investors instead of focusing on institutional investors, according to analysts.
VietNamNet Bridge - Security experts confirmed that the attack was a phishing case, but also said the victim had accessed a fake website and lost a password.
VnExpress, an online newspaper, has opened an online shop to sell iPhones, while The Gioi Di Dong, a mobile phone distribution chain, has decided to sell vegetable and meat.
VietNamNet Bridge - Figures released by the State Bank of Vietnam and financial reports by commercial banks show that total charter capital of 35 Vietnamese commercial banks reached VND331.069 trillion by December 31, 2015.
VietNamNet Bridge - A series of banks have unanimously expressed their wish to lift the foreign ownership ratio ceiling, saying that the current ceiling of 30 percent is not high enough to attract investors to the banking sector.
VietNamNet Bridge - The loading and unloading of bulk commodities which can cause environmental pollution, such as cement, clinker and woodchips, have resumed on the Ha Long Bay despite the ban in 2012.
VietNamNet Bridge - Included in the list of the most dynamic companies in Asia, or the Asia 300 of the Japanese news agency Nikkei, Vietnam has five businesses: Vingroup, Vietcombank, FPT Group, PetroVietnam Gas and Vinamilk.
VietNamNet Bridge - The majority of Vietnamese are fond of foreign-made products, causing obstacles for Vietnamese household goods manufacturers.
VietNamNet Bridge - Road building projects that would pass through natural reserves have been proposed, while many resorts have been built in national parks.
The Bach Khoa Anti-virus Center (BKAV), the leading internet security group, has warned that hundreds of important systems in Vietnam are at risk of having clients’ information stolen through vulnerability Drown on websites using https protocol.