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Vietnam importing more coal & oilicon
FEATURE14/12/20200

Vietnam importing more coal & oil

Once a big oil and coal exporter, Vietnam has become an importer of the materials in increasingly high quantities.
 
Government names SOEs incurring losses of trillions of VNDicon

Government names SOEs incurring losses of trillions of VND

FEATURE
20/10/2020
The government has sent a report to the National Assembly on investment of state capital in enterprises, and the use of the fund for enterprise support and development in 2019.
Outward investment projects incur losses of over $1 billionicon

Outward investment projects incur losses of over $1 billion

BUSINESS
20/10/2020
Forty-seven outward investment projects have an accumulated loss of $1.048 billion, according to the government’s report on the financial situation of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and state-invested enterprises, submitted to the National Assembly.
Vietnam invests $12 billion abroad, telcos earn biggest profitsicon

Vietnam invests $12 billion abroad, telcos earn biggest profits

BUSINESS
14/10/2020
The total outward investment capital registered so far has reached $12.2 billion. The national oil and gas group PetroVietnam, the mililtary telco Viettel, and the Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG) are the biggest outward investors.
Block 114 – bright spot in offshore explorationicon

Block 114 – bright spot in offshore exploration

BUSINESS
31/07/2020
Block 114 is located in Song Hong Basin, offshore Vietnam’s northern continental shelf, about 65km from Quang Tri province, and 86km from Da Nang city in the central region.
Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical files for listing on HNXicon

Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical files for listing on HNX

BUSINESS
04/06/2020
The Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Corporation (BSR) has filed for listing on the Hanoi Stock Exchange, the northern market regulator said on June 2.
Seaport ambitions fail to hold watericon

Seaport ambitions fail to hold water

BUSINESS
28/05/2020
Despite some improvements, seaport joint ventures between foreign partners and state-owned shipping giant Vietnam Maritime Corporation continued to incur losses in the first quarter of this year, 
Businesses report big losses, but pharmacies, food companies see profitsicon

Businesses report big losses, but pharmacies, food companies see profits

BUSINESS
13/05/2020
The Q1 finance reports released by enterprises in nearly all business fields, from manufacturing and real estate to aviation and oil and gas, show big losses. Large enterprises have reported huge losses of trillions of dong.
Vietnam warned of risks if it buys oil to storeicon

Vietnam warned of risks if it buys oil to store

BUSINESS
01/05/2020
Though domestic petroleum depots are full, the Vietnam Energy Association (VEA)wants to buy oil to store.
Will Vietnam issue oil bonds?icon

Will Vietnam issue oil bonds?

BUSINESS
26/04/2020
Some experts have suggested issuing oil bonds to store oil and petroleum products as oil prices now are low.
Historic low oil prices hardly impact Viet Nam's economy at this timeicon

Historic low oil prices hardly impact Viet Nam's economy at this time

BUSINESS
23/04/2020
Oil may reach its lowest price in history this week but its impacts on the world economy and Viet Nam have been limited at this time when the COVID-19 pandemic is keeping people at home and transportation has been cut off.  
Petroleum prices in Vietnam fall to 11-year lowicon

Petroleum prices in Vietnam fall to 11-year low

BUSINESS
16/04/2020
Petroleum prices in Vietnam were cut from Monday to the lowest level over the past 11 years.
VN petrol and oil giants lost billions of US dollars on plunging oilicon

VN petrol and oil giants lost billions of US dollars on plunging oil

BUSINESS
13/04/2020
The revenues of PetroVietnam and Petrolimex slumped by $6.13 billion and $521.74 million this year due to the dropping oil price and the COVID-19 health crisis.
PVN proposes halt of petrol imports to support refineries amid tumbling domestic consumptionicon

PVN proposes halt of petrol imports to support refineries amid tumbling domestic consumption

BUSINESS
12/04/2020
PVN’s proposal was raised as sales of petrol and oil products in the domestic market slumped an estimated 30 per cent in the first quarter of this year. PVN also forecast bigger reductions in the coming months.  
COCVID-19, price decline hit Vietnam’s oil industryicon

COCVID-19, price decline hit Vietnam’s oil industry

BUSINESS
03/04/2020
Vietnam’s crude oil and natural gas production face downside risks, in light of a double-whammy of global oil price collapse and sluggish demand due...
Nosediving oil price deals a blow to state budgeticon

Nosediving oil price deals a blow to state budget

BUSINESS
01/04/2020
Though the steep dive in global crude oil price will benefit domestic logistics and production, it will not be good for local petrol firms and the state budget.
PetroVietnam may buy crude oil to storeicon

PetroVietnam may buy crude oil to store

BUSINESS
01/04/2020
As Covid-19 has been escalating and the oil price has fallen, the national oil and gas group PetroVietnam is considering several possible scenarios, including mine closure. It is also considering buying crude oil to store.
Oil & gas sector bears double effects from Covid-19, oil price plungesicon

Oil & gas sector bears double effects from Covid-19, oil price plunges

BUSINESS
30/03/2020
With the oil price falling to $30-35 per barrel, the national oil and gas corporation PetroVietnam will lose $3 billion in revenue in 2020.