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Viettel and MB provide Bankplus CA service for enterprises
Viettel, Viet Nam's largest mobile phone service operator, and Military Commercial Joint Stock Bank (MB) launched a BankPlus certification authority (CA) service for enterprises here last November 21.
Petroleum firms continue reducing petrol prices
Petroleum retailers last Saturday lowered the price of petroleum by VND1,140(5.3 US cents) per litre and diesel by VND450 to VND 590 (2.1 to 2.8 cents) per litre.
HCM City loans rise 7.5% in 11 months HCM City loans rise 7.5% in 11 months

Credit institutions in this southern city lent a total of VND1,024 trillion (US$48.76 billion) in the first 11 months of this year, up 7.5 per cent over last December.

Homebuyers given assistance Homebuyers given assistance

Individuals purchasing commercial houses worth VND1.05 billion (US$50,000) or less in urban projects that authorities have approved are entitled to financial assistance from the national real estate bailout programme.

Asian indexes close mixed Asian indexes close mixed

The Hang Seng Index jumped 456.02 points to end the day at 23,893.14 in Hong Kong, while the Shanghai Composite Index in mainland China added 46.09 points to close at 2,532.88 on November 24.

IBM launches new email service for businesses IBM launches new email service for businesses

IBM on November 19 launched IBM Verse, which is a new business email solution that allows employees to converse, find the right people and information fast, and get work done.

Many new cars introduced at Motor Show in HCM City Many new cars introduced at Motor Show in HCM City

Auto companies on Wednesday launched their latest cars with high technologies at the Motor Show now being held in HCM City.

Mercedes-Benz eyes top position in VN truck marketMercedes-Benz eyes top position in VN truck market

Mercedes-Benz Viet Nam (MBV) launched its Fuso truck at the beginning of last month. Viet Nam News spoke with CEO Michael Behrens about the launch, his company's business plans, and the upcoming motor show.

Preference for dollar loans boosts credit growth Preference for dollar loans boosts credit growth

Companies prefer borrowing in foreign currency than the dong, with banks' foreign currency credit growth topping 20 per cent as of October.

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