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HCM City leader welcomes US business and investors HCM City leader welcomes US business and investors

HCM City committed to create all possible business conditions for US firms as well as international investors for the benefit of both enterprises and the city.


1337 Ventures: Vietnamese ecosystem is growing in strength 1337 Ventures: Vietnamese ecosystem is growing in strength

Bikesh Lakhmichand, CEO and Founder of 1337 Ventures, speaks to Thu Huong Le on why 1337 Ventures has tapped into the Vietnamese market and the potential of cultivating young talent here.


Banking sector must support business: SBV Banking sector must support business: SBV

Monetary policies from now until the year end must give top priority to ensuring the safety of the banking system and controlling inflation while still trying to support businesses.


Urbanisation boosts demand for real estate Urbanisation boosts demand for real estate

Rising demand in Viet Nam's residential segment is expected to sustain solid growth in the construction industry, though delays to accompanying infrastructure projects and tighter credit conditions could slow the pace of development.



SSC to promote VN as an emerging market with StoxPlus SSC to promote VN as an emerging market with StoxPlus

(Jun 25, 2016)

The State Securities Commission (SSC) will receive technical and information support from finance and business information provider StoxPlus Corp to promote Viet Nam's stock market from a frontier to an emerging market.

VN stocks up before Brexit decision

Vietnamese shares advanced yesterday as investors were upbeat on expectations that the Vietnamese economy would not suffer much from Britain's exit of the European Union (EU).

Sugar stocks are getting sweet

Five years after staying silent in the market, sugar stocks rose with high liquidity, thanks to better sales from local firms and higher demand in the world market. According to the market data, sugar stocks were recording their best results after five years.

World stocks in freefall as UK votes for EU exit

A British vote to leave the European Union sent sterling plunging on Friday and hammered equities across the world as turmoil swept through global markets.

VN stocks plunge following Brexit vote results

Vietnamese shares slumped sharply in the early session as investor confidence dived after latest voting results in Britain suggested the country may terminate its membership of the European Union (EU).

Gold and greenback soar in the market

Local and international gold prices soared on June 24 morning after partial results of a UK referendum, boosting the appetite for safe-haven assets.

VN stocks up before Brexit decision

Vietnamese shares advanced yesterday as investors were upbeat on expectations that the Vietnamese economy would not suffer much from Britain's exit of the European Union (EU).

Attractive small, mid-cap stocks lift markets

Vietnamese shares advanced in the early session, while investors purchased mid-cap and small-cap stocks instead of blue chips.

Viet Nam stocks volatile

Vietnamese shares were volatile and closed mixed yesterday as investors remained cautious ahead of the vote to decide Britain's membership in the European Union (EU)

Suspension of MTM shares shocks investors

The announcement of suspension of shares of Central Mining and Mineral Import Export Joint Stock Company (MTM) on June 20 by the Hà Nội Stock Exchange has shocked investors.

Energy stocks lift local markets

Vietnamese shares struggled to extend gains in the early session, even though energy stocks were up, following investors' cautiousness ahead of Thursday's referendum on Britain's membership in the European Union.

Litchi Week kicks off in Ha NoiLitchi Week kicks off in Ha Noi

The 2016 Luc Ngan - Bac Giang Litchi Week in Ha Noi kicked off at the Big C Thang Long Supermarket on June 24. The event will run through June 30.

Resolution 19 improves competitivenessResolution 19 improves competitiveness

Viet Nam's competitive environment has improved after two years of implementing the Government's Resolution 19 on improving the business environment and national competitive ability.Nguyen Dinh Cung, head of the Central Institute of Economic Management (CIEM), spoke to Vietnam News Agency about plans to further improve the national business environment and competitiveness.

Banks try to cut loan rates but seek Gov't help Banks try to cut loan rates but seek Gov't help

Over a month after the State Bank of Viet Nam called on banks to cut interest rates on loans, particularly to businesses, some banks - including joint stock lenders - have reduced their rates by 0.5-1 per cent.

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