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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 22/5   2009-05-22

VN-Index gains on continued brisk trading   2009-05-22

Foreign money flocking into Vietnam’s stocks   2009-05-22

Electricity price negotiations to precede power plant construction?   2009-05-22

Index gains on investor enthusiasm   2009-05-21

ADB seeks to boost trade through Vietnamese bank pact   2009-05-21

Vietnam central bank has no plans to devalue dong   2009-05-21

Seahorse husbandry develops strongly in Khanh Hoa   2009-05-21

Vietnamese firms reluctant to tinker with HR policy: expert   2009-05-21

Blue chip prices decelerate, VN Index marks 5th increasing session   2009-05-21

BUSINESS IN BRIEF 21/5   2009-05-21

Farmer support programme: Money not yet reaching farmers   2009-05-21

Index gains on investor enthusiasm   2009-05-21

Inflation increases in leading cities   2009-05-21

Ambulances sit idle while Health Ministry fights ‘luxury tax’ charge   2009-05-21

OTC market: Tightened control will help?   2009-05-21

Nobel prize-winner suggests solutions to stave off recession   2009-05-21

Basic interest rate to be stabilised: Governor   2009-05-21

Economists want middle road for securities loans   2009-05-21

Foreign money flocking into Vietnam’s stocks   2009-05-21

Subsidized loan program gives boost to economy: central bank   2009-05-20

Short-selling not for the moment, says securities regulator   2009-05-20

Traders wary of longer hours   2009-05-20

BUSINESS IN BRIEF 20/5   2009-05-20

Supermarkets act to keep prices stable   2009-05-20

Economist: Necessary to learn why businesses are hoarding dollars   2009-05-20

Traders wary of longer hours   2009-05-20

Retailers speed up supermarket openings   2009-05-20

Finance Ministry tax decision may force some auto importers to bankruptcy   2009-05-20

Supermarkets act to keep prices stable   2009-05-20

Vietnam Headline News:

Vietnam Railway Corporation braces for 85 million USD loss
The Vietnam Railway Corporation (VNR) faces the most difficult period in its history due to the COVID-19 pandemic and flooding in central Vietnam, according to VNR chairman Vu Anh Minh.]]>
Posted: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 13:46:55 +0700

Prospects glowing for India-Vietnam trade
Despite the fact that global supply chains are being reshaped by the pandemic, Indian businesses are expanding their investment and business operations in Vietnam as they see big opportunities in many sectors.]]>
Posted: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 08:52:38 +0700

Overseas Vietnamese businesses key to national socio-economic development
HCM City will continue to strengthen connections between overseas Vietnamese business groups and associations, especially those in the EU, and domestic enterprises in an effort to promote trade and investment, speakers said Tuesday at a meeting in the city.]]>
Posted: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 08:13:44 +0700

Fear of creating new generation of zombie companies
Zombie companies are businesses that effectively are in debt at all times, and even though they generate an income that allows them to cover overhead costs and pay the interest on their loans, they are unable to clear the debt itself or the principal amount. A zombie company therefore needs bailout in order to continue to operate or avoid bankruptcy.]]>
Posted: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 08:05:55 +0700

Vietnam’s listed non-financial firms post V-shaped recovery in Q3
Profits of 347 non-financial firms expanded by 7.4% year-on-year in the first nine months of 2020, equivalent to the rate recorded in the pre-Covid-19 period.]]>
Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2020 16:15:55 +0700

Rise in zombie companies set to drain economy
Governments across the globe are currently battling to contain the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on businesses and prevent mass bankruptcy. However, the unpredictability of the pandemic is creating unforeseen obstacles, and several economies may face a serious downturn, with zombie companies also draining available resources in the economy.]]>
Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2020 16:15:41 +0700

Raising growth via public investment
The government has proposed a strong 5-year increase in public investment to achieve high economic growth, with more opportunities for private investors to join.]]>
Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2020 16:10:15 +0700

Budgetary spending reviews to ensure radical thrift
Feeling insecure about the national financial situation, the National Assembly and the government have continued highlighting strict management of the state budget this year, when there will be a higher-than-expected budget deficit caused by a rise in spending due to the pandemic and a reduction in revenue from businesses.]]>
Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2020 16:10:01 +0700

UK’s former PM ready to help Vietnam attract high-quality investment
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh held phone talks on October 27 with the UK’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair, who is now Executive Chairman of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.]]>
Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2020 09:55:07 +0700

Vietnam’s mobile ad market expected to hit 211 million USD in 2020
The mobile advertising market in Vietnam is expected to reach 211 million USD by the end of this year, according to the “Vietnam Mobile & Smartphone Application Report in the first half of 2020” released by Appota Group - a digital entertainment company.]]>
Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2020 09:54:15 +0700

Vietnam seeks sustainable trade relations with US
Vietnam wants to be the US’s credible and trusted partner, while trust is one of the key factors to help further the Vietnam – US comprehensive partnership.]]>
Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2020 08:36:03 +0700

Vietnam targets 15 billion-dollar private enterprises by 2025
The average growth rate of newly established enterprises is expected to reach 15% per annum in 2021 – 2030.]]>
Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2020 08:35:31 +0700

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