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PetroVietnam acquires Chevron assets PetroVietnam acquires Chevron assets

Vietnam Oil and Gas Group, better known as PetroVietnam, acquired two oil and gas exploration and exploitation companies and a pipeline company owned by Chevron, one of the biggest multinational energy corporations in the United Sates.


Japanese firm eyes metro line centre Japanese firm eyes metro line centre

A Japanese firm is exploring opportunities to develop a commercial centre in the underground portion of HCM City's metro Line No 1 near Ben Thanh Market.


Sa Pa tourist destination attracts property developers Sa Pa tourist destination attracts property developers

The Sa Pa tourist destination in the northern Lao Cai province has become a magnet for property developers, following projections that the number of tourists coming there would increase sharply.


FPT Software opens new centre in Cebu FPT Software opens new centre in Cebu

FPT Software established a new development centre in Cebu, the Philippines, to enhance its presence in Asia.


Housing Law changes expected to spur property market recovery Housing Law changes expected to spur property market recovery

(Jul 03, 2015)

The amendments to the 2014 Housing Law that take effect on July 1 promise to bring positive changes to the real estate market. Viet Nam News spoke with Phan Thanh Huy, Deputy CEO of property developer Novaland, to find out about his company's plans and where he sees the market headed.

Airport concessions can be a win-win affair: official

Early this year, some large private firms proposed that they are given concessions to invest in airport services. The Government has accepted this in principle. Deputy Transport Minister Nguyen Hong Truong spoke to Vietnam News Agency about these issues.

State SOEs told to sell up

Bui Van Dung, head of the Enterprises' Reform and Development Department of Central Institute for Economic Management, told Vietnam News Agency about various ways to meet the target for this year.

IP patents based credit attracting SME interest

Viet Nam News reporter Mai Huong interviewed Tran Thi Hong Hanh, general secretary of the Vietnam Banks' Association, seeking her thoughts on the IP landscape in Viet Nam as well as the challenges facing local businesses in developing this lending tool.

Central Asian trade deal opens doors

The FTA between Viet Nam and the EEU was signed on May 29 in Kazakhstan. Minister of Industry and Trade Vu Huy Hoang spoke to the Vietnam News Agency about the advantages, opportunities and challenges of this agreement.

EU-VN trade pact to drive economies

The EU-Viet Nam Free Trade Agreement is expected to be signed this year. Visiting EU-ASEAN Business Council (EU-ABC) Executive Director Chris Humphrey spoke to Viet Nam News about likely impacts of the FTA on Vietnamese businesses. The EU-Viet Nam free trade agreement is expect.

IFRS to make VN's enterprises more financially transparent

The implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) will make Vietnamese enterprises become more financially transparent and better at financial risk management so as to efficiently manage their corporate's assets.

Drastic banking restructuring in progress

The restructuring has so far helped the banking system avoid the risk of collapse and gradually stabilise with achievements gained in handling non-performing loans (NPLs). Vietnam News Agency talks with SBV deputy governor Nguyen Thi Hong.

VN-South Korea FTA: A chance to develop firms

These developments will strengthen the base upon which Viet Nam's economy can be restructured for sustainable development, said Hong Sun, Secretary General of Korcham in Viet Nam (the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry), in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency.

Ethics a professional imperative

Investors and other stakeholders expect that accountancy services, including auditing or assurance, can be relied on when taking important decisions, David Stevens, Integrity and Law Manager for the Institute of Charted Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW), tells Viet Nam News.

Economist allays forex concerns

By deciding to devalue dong by 1 per cent on Thursday, the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) has not left any room for foreign exchange adjustment this year. Economist Dr Nguyen Dinh Anh talked with Viet Nam News Agency about possible issues.

Vietjet to host ‘minions' on board its aircraftVietjet to host ‘minions' on board its aircraft

The images of Minions, the cartoon characters first seen in the animation movie Despicable Me, will be emblazoned on a brand-new Vietjet Airbus aircraft.

Housing Law changes expected to spur property market recoveryHousing Law changes expected to spur property market recovery

The amendments to the 2014 Housing Law that take effect on July 1 promise to bring positive changes to the real estate market. Viet Nam News spoke with Phan Thanh Huy, Deputy CEO of property developer Novaland, to find out about his company's plans and where he sees the market headed.

First Vietnamese caravan finished off-road trip to Tibet and Mount Everest First Vietnamese caravan finished off-road trip to Tibet and Mount Everest

The first Vietnamese caravan team finished its 6,000km auto trip from HCM City to Tibet and Mount Everest base camp on Sunday. Autodaily introduced a series of photos taken by the team members.

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