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Japan Desk assists Japanese investors in Ha Noi Japan Desk assists Japanese investors in Ha Noi

The Investment Promotion Centre under Ha Noi's Department of Planning and Investment and Forval Vietnam jointly launched the Japan Desk on April 11 to assist Japanese investors in the city.


Two companies pay VND180 billion in tax arrears Two companies pay VND180 billion in tax arrears

Shareholders of the Pho 24 Commerce and Service JSC and the Hoan My Sai Gon Hospital JSC will pay more than VND180 billion, or US$8.57 million, in tax arrears.


Banking scam trial postponed Banking scam trial postponed

The Ha Noi People's Court yesterday decided to postpone the trial of Nguyen Duc Kien, former vice chairman of the founding council of the Asia Commercial Bank (ACB), because one of his alleged eight accomplices was absent due to poor health.


Toyota Viet Nam to recall 42,772 vehicles Toyota Viet Nam to recall 42,772 vehicles

Toyota Viet Nam (TMV) said it is preparing to recall 42,772 units of Innova and Fortuner for checking and replacing the spiral cable of driver's airbag.



KBC raises capital with share offering KBC raises capital with share offering

(Apr 24, 2014)

Kinh Bac City Development Holding Corp (KBC) on Tuesday reported it had sold 100 million shares for VND1 trillion (US$47.4 million). They were put for sale to increase its charter capital to cover debts (debt-to-equity swap).

Tokyo market jumps, others fall

The Nikkei 225 jumped 157.50 points to finish at 14,546.27 in Tokyo, while the Topix Index also gained 11.31 points to finish at 1,173.81 on April 23

Markets rise after making strong recovery yesterday

Shares advanced on both the national stock exchanges this morning, following a strong rebound yesterday.

Asian markets end mixed

The Nikkei 225 lost 123.61 points to finish at 14,388.77 in Tokyo, while the Topix Index slipped 8.90 points to finish at 1,162.50 on April 22.

Shares advance on HCMC bourse

Shares advanced this morning on the HCM City Stock Exchange after suffering a tumble yesterday.

Asian markets close lower

The Nikkei 225 slipped 3.89 points to finish the day at 14,512.38 in Tokyo, while the Topix Index lost 1.97 points to close at 1,171.40 on April 18

Gold price sinks in the markets

The gold price fell both in Viet Nam and the world markets on April 21, although the forex rate was kept stable by the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV).

HCM City bourse gains marginally

Shares closed slightly higher on the HCM City Stock Exchange this morning after posting losses last week, though the benchmark index on the northern bourse continued to fall.

Agriculture firm offers farmers shareholder status

Truong Van Bon, a farmer in An Giang Province who bought 1,500 shares of the An Giang Plant Protection Joint Stock Company (AGPPS), cannot believe that a farmer like him is an owner of a large company.

Agriculture now main business, HAGL tells shareholders

Five years after beginning to invest in agriculture, Hoang Anh Gia Lai Joint Stock Company on April 18 said the sector is now its major source of revenue and profit.

Selling pressure pushes shares down

Shares declined steeply yesterday under heavy selling pressure in an unexpected fall after Thursday's rebound.On the HCM Stock Exchange, the VN-Index fell to a two-month low at 565.33 points, down 2.58 per cent from the previous session.

Syrena Vietnam begins construction of Crowne Plaza hotelsSyrena Vietnam begins construction of Crowne Plaza hotels

Syrena Vietnam JSC has begun the construction of two 5-star hotels in Phu Quoc and Vientiane to meet the growing demand of tourists.

Chartered accountants abide by code of ethicsChartered accountants abide by code of ethics

Martin Turner, president of the Association of Chartered Certified Account-ants Global, shares his views with Viet Nam News on the code of ethics and standards in accounting as well as career orientation and professional development in the fields of accounting and auditing.

Has VN entered the middle-income trap? Economists cannot agree Has VN entered the middle-income trap? Economists cannot agree

Becoming a middle-income country has brought enormous challenges for Viet Nam, including the danger of getting caught in the so-called middle-income trap.

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