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MoF proposes VAT and special consumption tax cuts on fuels

HCMC – The Ministry of Finance (MoF) on September 23 proposed cutting special consumption tax and value added tax on fuels by up to...

HCMC to restore two landfill sites with over VND7 trillion

HCMC - The authority of HCMC plans to carry out two landfill restoration projects with an estimated investment of over VND7 trillion in the...

Vietnamese brands surge in value post pandemic: report

HCMC – Military-run telecom carrier Viettel is the most valuable Vietnamese corporate brand, with its brand equity rising 44% year-on-year to US$8.8 billion, according...

Fuel retailers cry for help

HANOI – Petrol retail enterprises said they would have to cease business in the next few months if relevant policies are not revised. The volatile...

RMIT helps provinces boost digital transformation

HCMC - Around 5,000 participants from Dak Nong and Binh Phuoc provinces have joined a training series co-organized by RMIT University and the two...

EVN declines pricing talks with renewable energy plants

HCMC - The Vietnam Electricity Group (EVN) has refused to assume the responsibility for holding pricing negotiations with the renewable power plants which have...

MOF proposes delaying auto localization rule abolition

HCMC – There will be regulatory gaps when the automobile localization ratio regulations are abolished on October 1, 2022, the Ministry of Finance (MOF)...

Fuel price stabilization fund still needed

HCMC - A majority of the members of the National Assembly's Finance and Budget Committee have agreed to maintain the fuel price stabilization fund...

Largest F&B ingredients expo to return to Vietnam

HCMC – Food ingredients (Fi) Vietnam, the largest food and beverage (F&B) ingredients exhibition in Vietnam, will stage a strong comeback in October after...

Quang Nam strives to be back in PCI’s top 15

DANANG – Quang Nam has planned to enhance the investment environment, aimed at bringing the provincial competitiveness index (PCI) of 2022 back to the...

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