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Vietnam imposes duties on imported steel wire, rolled steelicon
BUSINESS0 giờ trước0

Vietnam imposes duties on imported steel wire, rolled steel

The Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam announced that it has recently issued a decision on application of measures to prevent imported steel wire and rolled steel products from avoiding trade remedies.

 
Sales of auto in Vietnam down despite of strong discountsicon

Sales of auto in Vietnam down despite of strong discounts

BUSINESS
2 giờ trước

Despite huge reductions in the price of motor vehicles, car dealerships say sales have been unexpectedly slow in recent weeks.

E-wallet users likely to update personal informationicon

E-wallet users likely to update personal information

BUSINESS
3 giờ trước

The central bank is seeking comments on a draft circular revising and supplementing some articles of Circular 39 on payment intermediaries, including asking e-wallet users to provide additional personal information.

Market’s liquidity stays stable amidst exchange rate uptrendicon

Market’s liquidity stays stable amidst exchange rate uptrend

BUSINESS
3 giờ trước

The monetary market’s liquidity has remained stable and foreign currency supply and demand are relatively balanced amidst the uptrend of USD/VND exchange rates over the last few days.

Vietnam’s PE investment surged in 2018: Grant Thorntonicon

Vietnam’s PE investment surged in 2018: Grant Thornton

BUSINESS
3 giờ trước

Local private equity (PE) investment market experienced a thriving year, with 38 transactions in 2018 worth a total of US$1.6 billion, marking a record high for the past decade.

Auchan’s three supermarkets in HCMC remain operationalicon

Auchan’s three supermarkets in HCMC remain operational

BUSINESS
4 giờ trước

French supermarket group Auchan Retail will temporarily keep its three HCMC-based supermarkets in service while 15 others will be shut down nationwide, said Auchan’s communications director.

VN Tra fish breeders face heavy losses from low pricesicon

VN Tra fish breeders face heavy losses from low prices

BUSINESS
4 giờ trước

After racing to breed tra fish, farmers in the Mekong Delta region, mainly in the Tien Giang and Long An provinces, suffered heavy losses because of the rock-bottom prices of tra fish in the market.

Nothing wrong with recent power price hike: ministryicon

Nothing wrong with recent power price hike: ministry

BUSINESS
4 giờ trước

The Ministry of Industry and Trade’s decision to raise the electricity price by 8.36% on average is in line with the Electricity Law and the Government’s relevant decisions and directives, according to a report sent to the Government.

Vietnam’s non-cash payment market booms in Q1icon

Vietnam’s non-cash payment market booms in Q1

BUSINESS
4 giờ trước

Online and mobile payments have kept booming, with year-on-year growth in the first quarter of 2019 reaching 70% and 97.7%, respectively.

Power prices should have been increased more: Ministryicon

Power prices should have been increased more: Ministry

BUSINESS
7 giờ trước

Electricity retail prices should have been raised by 9.26 percent instead of 8.36 percent if EVN had correctly calculated the VND3.26 trillion VND foreign exchange rate difference in 2018 into its power production costs.

State capital divestment faces pressureicon

State capital divestment faces pressure

BUSINESS
7 giờ trước

Capital divestment from State-owned enterprises had slowed and was still facing difficulties, said Dang Quyet Tien, director of Corporate Finance Department under the Ministry of Finance.

HCM City lacks licensed truck, container yardsicon

HCM City lacks licensed truck, container yards

BUSINESS
7 giờ trước

The number of private, unlicensed container and truck yards in HCM City’s districts 2 and 9 continues to increase because of a shortage of legal truck yards in the city.

Internal, external factors challenge Vietnam’s coffee exportsicon

Internal, external factors challenge Vietnam’s coffee exports

BUSINESS
9 giờ trước

Numerous challenges are facing the export of Vietnamese coffee, which has continually declined in both volume and value since the beginning of this year.

Securities companies begin brokerage war as Govt scraps minimum rateicon

Securities companies begin brokerage war as Govt scraps minimum rate

BUSINESS
10 giờ trước

Stockbrokers’ revenues are expected to fall sharply after a price war broke out among them in the wake of Circular No 128/2018/TT-BTC, which took effect last February.

BUSINESS NEWS 21/5icon

BUSINESS NEWS 21/5

BUSINESS
12 giờ trước

Electricity system capacity exceeds 36,000 MW

Sports marketing continues to boom to make brands mattericon

Sports marketing continues to boom to make brands matter

BUSINESS
13 giờ trước

Sports marketing is quickly gaining ground in Asia as more global events like the Olympic Games are held in the region and brands recognise the powerful impact of sports.

Slowing global demand poses substantial challenge to Vietnam’s exportsicon

Slowing global demand poses substantial challenge to Vietnam’s exports

BUSINESS
20/05/2019

Slowing global demand amid rising trade protectionism may pose a substantial challenge to Vietnam’s exports, according to ADB’s latest report titled “ASEAN +3 Regional Economic Outlook 2019”.

Logistics industry short of 2 million employeesicon

Logistics industry short of 2 million employees

BUSINESS
20/05/2019

According to the Vietnam Logistics Association, logistics industry lacks of around 2 million employees.