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HCM City is among 10 fastest-growing cities HCM City is among 10 fastest-growing cities

HCM City is among the 10 fastest-growing cities in the world, a new report issued yesterday said.


Citi gets nod to operate subsidiaries Citi gets nod to operate subsidiaries

Citibank has received approval from the State Bank of Vietnam to build subsidiaries in Viet Nam.


VN-US economic ties have grown quickly since BTA VN-US economic ties have grown quickly since BTA

Since the normalisation of relations 20 years ago, economic relations between Viet Nam and the US have developed strongly in many sectors, and are expected to grow even further in the future, especially after the Trans-Pacific Partnership is signed.


More foreign investment will help securities More foreign investment will help securities

A decree issued last month that allows foreign investors to raise their ownership in Vietnamese companies will help Viet Nam's securities market, said Andy Ho, Chief Investment Officer of VinaCapital.



Japanese businesses seek VN aviation industry investment opportunitie Japanese businesses seek VN aviation industry investment opportunitie

(Aug 04, 2015)

A delegation of Japanese businesses that specialise in manufacturing aircraft spare parts and devices visited Viet Nam to seek opportunities in the aviation industry.

Siemens enhances R&D capacities in China

Siemens, one of the multinational companies to have established technology centre in China at a very early stage, has doubled its investment over the last decade to enhance R&D capabilities in the Asian country.

Central port in dire need of space

The Quy Nhon General Port in central Binh Dinh Province has been overloaded in recent years, having to handle nearly 2.5 times its designed capacity annually.

US accused of flooding VN stores with cheap chicken

The Government has required relevant ministries and organisations to clarify whether US producers are selling cheap frozen chicken legs on the Vietnamese market.

Dong Nai attracts 57 FDI projects

The southern province of Dong Nai attracted 57 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects worth US$1.1 billion, according to the provincial Department of Planning and Investment.

Logistics firms must cut costs in order to compete

With the trend towards deeper integration, Vietnamese firms in logistics and supply chain management need to become more competitive to stay afloat, according to the Viet Nam Logistics Association.

Budget to meet 2015 estimates

A continuous improvement in domestic revenue collection (excluding collection from crude oil) in the last months of the year will help the country meet the State budget estimates for 2015.

Viet Nam to top in GDP gain from TPP, AEC

Viet Nam is the country likely to achieve the biggest GDP increase in percentage terms by joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership and ASEAN Economic Community in almost all simulation scenarios, according to a study by the Viet Nam Institute for Economic and Policy Research.

Fairs mark Singapore's 50th birthday

A Food Fair and a Travel and Wellness Fair opened on August 1 at SC VivoCity Shopping Mall in HCM City's District 7 to mark Singapore's 50th anniversary and will go on until August 9.

Tourism decline hits City hotel market

A slump in tourism has hit the HCM City's hotel market, which saw a drop in the average rate of reserved rooms in the first six months of the year compared to the previous five years.

Firms to issue their own certificates of origin

Vietnamese enterprises have been urged to actively learn about the preparations for self-issuing a certificate of origin before the upcoming free trade agreements (FTAs) go into effect.

Friesland Campina receives merit certificateFriesland Campina receives merit certificate

Dairy company Friesland Campina Viet Nam has received the Prime Minister's Certificate of Merit for contributing to the development of new rural areas during the 2010-15 period.

New Vinamilk chairwoman welcomes fresh challengeNew Vinamilk chairwoman welcomes fresh challenge

Le Thi Bang Tam, an independent director of the Viet Nam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk), is its new chairperson after Mai Kieu Lien, who was named by Forbes as being among the top 50 powerful business-women in Asia in March, resigned on July 25.

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