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Finance Ministry proposes cutting excise, value added taxes on fuels

 The Ministry of Finance has proposed reducing the excise and value added taxes on fuels amid rising fuel prices, with an aim at supporting...

HCMC’s CPI rises 0.91% in June

HCMC – The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in HCMC this month has inched up 0.91% month-on-month, according to the city’s Statistics Office. Among the 11...

Ten commodities groups push CPI in May up 0.38%

 A hike in prices of fuels, food and foodstuffs, and necessities has resulted in Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) this month rising by 0.38%...

Ten commodities groups push CPI in May up 0.38%

HCMC – A hike in prices of fuels, food and foodstuffs, and necessities has resulted in Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) this month rising...

CPI inches up 0.18% in April

 Vietnam’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) in April edged up 0.18% month-on-month, mostly due to the rising prices of building materials, according to the General...

CPI inches up 0.18% in April

HCMC - Vietnam’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) in April edged up 0.18% month-on-month, mostly due to the rising prices of building materials, according to...

Minimum regional wages to rise 6% from July 1

HCMC – The National Wage Council has approved raising the minimum regional wages by 6%, or VND180,000-260,000 per month, from July 1. In specifics, the...

Vietnam’s GDP expands 5.03% in Q1

HCMC - Vietnam's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 5.03% in the first quarter of this year, higher than the 4.72% and 3.66% during the...

Is the gold price volatility an omen of uncertainties?

The SJC gold price has consistently been far higher than the equivalent world rate and has often been going up quickly and down slowly,...

The looming inflation storm

As the military conflict in Ukraine heats up, commodity prices are spiraling up and this spike shows no signs of abating. Inflation has been...

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