Thursday, February 23, 2017 6:39:06 PM - Markets closed
VN-INDEX 716.87 -0.37/-0.05%
HNX-INDEX 86.27 -0.35/-0.41%
UPCOM-INDEX 55.48 +0.15/+0.27%
Economy
Local cement producers worry that their exported products could struggle to compete with foreign firms in term of price...  Full Article
India in talks to buy part of VN tungsten mine  09:33
India’s state-owned mining enterprise, National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC), is in talks with Masan Resources to buy a partial stake...
VN refinery predicts profit dip  22/02
Dung Quất Refinery in Quảng Ngãi province is aiming to decrease its turnover by 17 per cent this year, a 2017 target of VNĐ62.4 trillion (US$2.77 billion).
Petrol prices increase first time in 2017  20/02
The ministries of industry and trade and finance have raised retail petrol prices for the first time in 2017.
Logistics expected to make up 8-10 percent of Vietnam’s GDP by 2025  16/02
Vietnam’s logistics sector is expected to make up 8–10 percent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 2025.
Japanese firms show optimism in Việt Nam  16/02
A survey report by Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) has revealed that Việt Nam ranks among the top five countries...
Steel production, consumption down in January  16/02
Both domestic steel production and sales fell in January due to low demand on the occasion of the seven-day lunar New Year holiday (Tết).
Tra Vinh spends nearly 55 billion VND to support SMEs  15/02
The Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh will spend 55 billion VND (2.42 million USD), of which 51 billion VND (2.24 million USD) is funded by the Canadian Government...
Vietnamese tuna loses competitive edge in Japan due to high taxes  15/02
Vietnamese tuna exporters have struggled to compete with Thai and Philippine firms in the Japanese market due to high taxes...
China remains Vietnam’s biggest trade partner   14/02
China remained Vietnam’s biggest trade partner in the first month of 2017, followed by the Republic of Korea (RoK) and the US, according to the General Department of Customs.
Draft decree on State monopoly in trade submitted to Government   14/02
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has submitted to the Government a draft decree declaring a State trade monopoly in 16 goods and services.
Garment exports to US, Japan hit 15 billion USD in 2016  14/02
The US and Japan imported 15 billion USD worth of garment and textile products from Vietnam in 2016, according to the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (Vitas).
PM heaps praise on Samsung in Bắc Ninh  13/02
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc said yesterday that he appreciates the Samsung Group setting up a mobile research and development centre...
Thai rice worries VN exporters  13/02
Thailand’s plan to sell all its rice reserves of about eight million tonnes this year has sparked concerns that this move will undermine Việt Nam’s rice exports.
Environmental protection tax hike hurts firms  10/02
The Finance Ministry (MoF)’s proposal to almost triple the environmental protection tax on oil and gas consumption would reduce businesses’ competitiveness...
Top Stories
Draft decree on State monopoly in trade submitted to Government
CPI ups 0.46% in January
CPI below 5% target
At 6.21 per cent, country’s GDP below govt target
Nov CPI up 0.48 per cent
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