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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.



IBM displays new technologies
Updated: Friday, May 24, 2013 11:49 AM

HA NOI  (Biz Hub) – About 500 customers, partners, software developers and information technology (IT) experts yesterday attended a technology conference organised by IBM Viet Nam.

Guests were introduced to many of IBM's latest solutions and technologies to challenges enterprises are facing.

These include support for enterprises in leveraging cloud technology to improve efficiency and speed time to market.

The exhibition also introduced the latest systems designed for small-and-medium-sized enterprises in developing countries such as Viet Nam.

IBM also announced that the Sai Gon-Ha Noi Commercial Joint Stock Company was using IBM systems and software to enable broader client reach through online and mobile banking services.- VNS


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