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What’s in The Saigon Times Weekly this week?

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Focus: The Worst Is Over: The toughest time for corporate bonds, when issuers had to negotiate with bondholders over numerous sticky issues, including buying back such debt, is now over. However, challenges are still there to cope with, especially the eroded confidence in the market.

Secondary Market Needs Tighter Control: In expressing his concerns about the corporate bond market, even when Decree 65/2022 on offering and transacting corporate bonds issued via private placement is in full enforcement, Dr. Le Dat Chi, Dean of the Finance Faculty at the University of Economics HCMC, asserts that if the key problems are not properly solved, greater consequences would be unavoidable.

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Joy In The Harvest: The surge in coffee prices has sparked optimism and enthusiasm among those involved in coffee cultivation.


When Will Foreign Investors Stop Net Selling? If the market manages to establish a more apparent upward trend in the coming time, which is expected to take place in 2024, then a more positive outlook will open up, possibly leading to a reversal in the moves of foreigners

Lesson From Policy Goodwill: The goodwill in policymaking may sometimes cause adverse effects. That is the story of lowering the value added tax (VAT) for fertilizers from 5% to zero to help cut input costs, but eventually farmers do not benefit while businesses suffer losses.


The Timeless Beauty Of Notre Dame Cathedral in Saigon: Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica is a stunning architectural masterpiece in the center of the bustling downtown area of HCMC (formerly Saigon). Its beauty remains unparalleled to this day.

Citadel Sparkles In Spectacular Light Show: Last weekend, “Hue by Light,” a live show program held at Ngo Mon (Noon Gate) Square within the imperial citadel of Hue, captivated over 1,000 attendees.


The Majestic Luu Ly Waterfall In Dak Nong: Luu Ly Waterfall displays both pristine and powerful beauty amidst vast nature, and has become an intriguing stop for tourists on the journey exploring Dak Nong.

Be Fish – A Rustic Dish In Quang Region: The rustic and fragrant dishes made from be fish have become favorites among local fishermen and tourists when visiting coastal villages in Quang region.


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