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Foreign investors inject $3b in Vietnamese firms Foreign investors inject $3b in Vietnamese firms

Foreign investors have invested almost US$3 billion in Vietnamese enterprises in the last twelve months ending July 2016, the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment reported on Thursday.


VN to develop competition policy VN to develop competition policy

Viet Nam is developing a comprehensive competition policy scheme in an effort to refuel reform and accelerate growth towards a market-based economy.


Inspectorate to investigate MobiFone stake purchase in AVG Inspectorate to investigate MobiFone stake purchase in AVG

Viet Nam's Government inspectorate will conduct a comprehensive inspection of MobiFone Telecommunications Corporation's business transaction in which it acquired a 95 per cent stake in Audio Visual Global JSC (AVG).


Central bank sounds alarm after hacks Central bank sounds alarm after hacks

The State Bank of Viet Nam has written to banks, credit institutions and financial organisations, warning them against hackers a day after the websites of Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat airports and Vietnam Airlines were hacked.



Profit-taking ends four-day rally Profit-taking ends four-day rally

(Sep 23, 2016)

Shares struggled to end positive in the early trading session as investors booked profits after a four-day rally.

State urged to retain 51% capital in Song Da Corporation

The Ministry of Construction suggests the State retain a controlling stake in Song Da Corporation after its equitisation given the company's large-scale business operations.

Sabeco beer shares soar on stock listing plan

The price of Sai Gon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Joint Stock Company (Sabeco) shares have soared in recent days on the over-the-counter (OTC) market after the company announced its listing plan on the HCM Stock Exchange.

VN shares stay upbeat after flat US rates

Vietnamese shares yesterday remained upbeat for a fourth session as investor confidence was bolstered by the decisions of US and Japan's central banks to keep interest rates flat.

Restructuring wipes out 25% of VN securities firms

After five years of aggressive restructuring, the number of securities companies here has reduced from 105 to 81 in 2016.

Blue chips lift markets for a third day

Vietnamese shares extended gains for a third day on the two local exchanges, driven by large-cap stocks, while market trading liquidity improved on higher investor confidence.

Foreign buying of G-bonds reaches $1 billion

Foreign investors bought government bonds worth some US$1 billion from the local market, the Ha Noi Stock Exchange (HNX) said.

DHG off-loads all treasury shares for $1 million

DHG Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company (DHG) announced that it sold its entire 222,380 treasury shares, earning VND22.9 billion (over US$1million), during the period from August 18 to September 16.

Red River Holding to divest from VHC

Red River Holding investment fund, backed by the French Artemis group, has registered to sell two million VHC shares of Vinh Hoan JSC, a Vietnamese aquaculture company, until October 5.

Stocks continue to rise with moderate trading liquidity

Vietnamese shares rose in the early session, driven by large-cap stocks, while market trading liquidity was moderate, as investors bought stocks expected to show a good Q3 performance.

Late buying lifts stocks for second day

Vietnamese shares struggled to extend gains yesterday on late buying in large-cap stocks during the near-end period of the session.

Uniben factory begins operation in Hung Yen ProvinceUniben factory begins operation in Hung Yen Province

Uniben Food Company has put into operation its new VND1 trillion (US$44.5 million) fish sauce, seasoning and instant food factory in Pho Noi A Industrial Park, Hung Yen Province.

Viet Nam's steel industry must be more competitiveViet Nam's steel industry must be more competitive

High stockpiles, coupled with fierce competition from cheap imported steel, are hitting the domestic steel industry, an industry already under scrutiny regarding its impacts on the environment. Ho Nghia Dung, President of the Viet Nam Steel Association, speaks to bnews.vn about addressing these issues and about the ins and outs of steel production investment.

Banking investment, no longer one-way flow Banking investment, no longer one-way flow

Recently the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) issued a licence to Malasyia's second largest lender, CIMB Bank Berhad, to establish a bank in Viet Nam with a registered capital of over VND3.2 trillion (nearly US$144 million).

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