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Wise moves needed

The bond market has continued deteriorating since leaders of Tan Hoang Minh Group and Van Thinh Phat Holdings Group Corporation were detained Bond issues plunge Attention...

Vietnam’s economy rebounds strongly

 HCMC – Vietnam’s economy has seen strong recovery this year, according to data from the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.

State-run firms incur huge losses from overseas projects

 HCMC - Thirty projects invested overseas by State-run enterprises racked up total losses of US$335.5 million in 2021, up 42% year-on-year.

Wrongdoings leave VND32 trillion wasted on public investment projects

HCMC - Wrongdoings have been draining public investment funds, wasting nearly VND32 trillion, the 15th National Assembly’s supervisory delegation reported.

Central bank governor says all savings are protected

 HCMC – As Vietnamese are worried about their savings at commercial banks following the arrest of Van Thinh Phat Holdings Group Corporation chairwoman Truong...

Dong Nai proposes lengthening Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien metro line to Bien Hoa IP

 Dong Nai Province has proposed extending HCMC’s Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien metro line to the Bien Hoa 1 Industrial Park in the province’s Bien Hoa...

Experts propose fuel tax cuts to boost economy

Your browser does not support the video tag.Local residents and enterprises are struggling with the rising prices of fuels and input materials, so many...

Local fuel prices rise for seventh straight time

Your browser does not support the video tag. The domestic fuel retail prices have been revised up for the seventh straight time this year.

Central bank warns of high inflation risk in 2022

HCMC – Vietnam is seen keeping inflation under 4% as targeted for this year, but next year inflation risk is extremely high, said Governor...

Should monetary policy be loosened?

While central bankers worldwide have yet to tighten their monetary policies or have just embarked on the path to harsher austerity, it may be...

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