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LienVietPostBank to fund macadamia project LienVietPostBank to fund macadamia project

A seminar is inaugurated today in the Da Lat City to introduce a roadmap for the implementation of a macadamia cultivation project in the Central Highlands region.


Currency shops overcharge for lucky money Currency shops overcharge for lucky money

Currency changers are taking advantage of the Tet occasion to charge exorbitant fees for crisp, newly minted notes, despite the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV)'s warning that it is a violation of law, Tuoi Tre newspaper reported.


SBV to acquire Viet Nam Construction Bank SBV to acquire Viet Nam Construction Bank

The State Bank of Viet Nam announced on February 2 that it will acquire all the equity of the Viet Nam Construction Bank as part of banking reforms.


German media firm to invest in Coc Coc German media firm to invest in Coc Coc

Germany's Hubert Burda Media announced on February 4 that it will invest in Vietnamese web browser and search engine Coc Coc.



Asian shares end on mixed note Asian shares end on mixed note

(Mar 02, 2015)

Asian markets closed on a mixed note on March 2.The Nikkei 225 added 28.94 points to close at 18,826.88, while the Topix Index gained 1.12 points to close at 1,524.97 in Tokyo.

Gold prices slump in domestic market, rise globally

Domestic consumers, who bought gold on the God of Wealth Day, have incurred losses as local gold prices fell VND130 (US$6.1) per tael on March 2

Stocks continue to fall in morning trading

Stocks fell on both bourses during this morning's trading session.

Vietnam Airlines slashes business targets for 2015

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines expects to reduce both revenue and profit targets in 2015, while increasing its investment plan by almost two-and-a-half times, compared with the previous year.

Bourses end week with losses

Viet Nam's two exchanges closed down after the trading session yesterday, as investors were cautious with their investments, making it harder for the market to achieve a fillip.

God of Wealth drives demand for gold

Domestic gold demand is expected to surge sharply today as Vietnamese prefer buying the metal to mark the God of Wealth Day–the tenth day of the Lunar New Year.

Asian stock markets report mixed results on Friday

Asian stock indices reported mixed results again during the final trading day of the week, after expanding their gains during the previous session.

KDC net profit up 9%

Giant confectioner Kinh Do Corporation reported an over 9 per cent rise in after-tax profit for 2014.

Eight medical firms to be equitised this year

The health ministry is speeding up its equitisation plan, with eight medical enterprises expected to be equitised this year.

Stocks expand gains in Asia

Stocks expanded their gains in Asia on February 26, after reporting mixed results on the previous trading day.

VEFAC to sell 16.27 million shares during IPO

The Vietnam Exhibition Fair Centre Co. Ltd. will auction nearly 16.27 million shares during its initial public offering on March 20.

Malaysia school holds information event in HCM CityMalaysia school holds information event in HCM City

Marlborough College Malaysia (MCM), the first fully co-educational and independent British boarding and day school in Malaysia, has announced that an information afternoon will be organised in HCM City on March 8 from 3pm to 5pm.

Businesses hope for State reforms in 2015Businesses hope for State reforms in 2015

The local business community in Viet Nam is hoping that this will be breakthrough year in terms of reforming economic institutions and administrative procedures. Vu Tien Loc, chairman of the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) spoke to the Vietnam News Agency about these issues.

Banking credit seen growing 13-15% in 2015 Banking credit seen growing 13-15% in 2015

Banking credit is expected to grow by 13-15 per cent this year, 1 per cent higher than last year. The target is based on this year's GDP target of 6.2 per cent.

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