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Majority of Vietnamese customers want an iPhone: survey Majority of Vietnamese customers want an iPhone: survey

The US-based Apple's iPhones are the most anticipated gadgets in Viet Nam, according to a recent survey carried out by the Japanese W&S market research company's website vinaresearch.net.


Forbes identifies Viet Nam's top 50 listed companies Forbes identifies Viet Nam's top 50 listed companies

Forbes Viet Nam Magazine has named the top 50 companies listed in the country's stock markets.


Entertainment complexes for children multiply in HCM City Entertainment complexes for children multiply in HCM City

Entertainment complexes for children are booming in this southern city as investors have poured hundreds of billions of dong into them in recent years.


Credit quality of Viet Nam banks has improved: Moody's Credit quality of Viet Nam banks has improved: Moody's

The credit quality of Vietnamese banks has improved, thanks to the combination of macroeconomic stability and improved governance, Moody's said on Thursday.



Banking sector lacks skilled execs Banking sector lacks skilled execs

(Oct 16, 2014)

Viet Nam's banking industry will be facing a serious shortage of high-ranking human resources in the next five to 10 years unless it implements timely training strategies.

Cash still trumps online payment

Electronic payments for online transactions remained modest compared with cash-on-delivery payments, according to a recent report of the Ministry of Industry and Trade on e-commerce in Viet Nam.

Techcombank to serve in HCM City subway project

Techcombank was tasked on Monday to manage the use of funds for the Metro Line No. 2 project.

SeABank offers preferential home loans

SeABank is offering preferential loans to individuals who buy, build or repair houses between now and February 28, 2015.

Bad debts in HCM City rising

The total amount of bad debts of credit institutions here reached VND60 trillion (US$2.86 billion) at the end of August, representing a year-on-year increase of about VND16 trillion ($761.90 million).

Credit quality of Viet Nam banks has improved: Moody's

The credit quality of Vietnamese banks has improved, thanks to the combination of macroeconomic stability and improved governance, Moody's said on Thursday.

SCIC might buy bank stakes in SOE divestments

The State Capital Investment Corporation will be buying bank stakes from State-owned enterprises if two conditions for this to happen are met.

SBV survey predicts 14.5% credit growth

Deposit and credit growth will likely accelerate in the last quarter of 2014, pushing the growth rate for deposits to 14.4 per cent and that for credit to 14.5 per cent this year.

SBV seeks to deter virtual gold traders

A representative of the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) affirmed that virtual gold trading was illegal and warned them of the extremely high risks involved.

Vietcombank slashes deposit interest rates

The head office of Vietcombank slashed its annual dong deposit interest rates by 20 to 50 basic points on Monday.

Capital injection needed to cut loan interest rates

The State Bank of Viet Nam needs to inject privileged capital into the banking system to help credit institutions cut lending costs without causing a systematic imbalance in interest rates.

Competitive days ahead for retail sectorCompetitive days ahead for retail sector

his is expected to create challenges for the domestic retail market, as well as opportunities for the domestic retail property market. Ngo Thi Huong Giang, Savills Viet Nam senior manager for research and consultancy, discusses the issues with Viet Nam News.

Lawmakers worried about new airport cost Lawmakers worried about new airport cost

National Assembly members have voiced concern over the large investment required for building a new international airport in Dong Nai Province near HCM City.

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