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VN seeks to match ASEAN productivity VN seeks to match ASEAN productivity

Viet Nam is endeavouring to be shoulder-by-shoulder with Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand in the field of labour and employment by boosting labour productivity.


Restructuring credit institutions top priority Restructuring credit institutions top priority

Viet Nam News reporter Ngoc Bich talks with the State Bank of Viet Nam's Governor Le Minh Hung about the opportunities and challenges that the banking system will face in the near future.


PM calls for business friendly decrees PM calls for business friendly decrees

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc urged ministries to hasten the process of drafting decrees providing guidelines for investment and business activities, under Dispatch 789/TTg-PL that he signed last weekend.


Fitch affirms Viet Nam rating at 'BB-' with a stable outlook Fitch affirms Viet Nam rating at 'BB-' with a stable outlook

Fitch Ratings on Wednesday affirmed Viet Nam's long-term foreign and local currency IDRs at 'BB-' with a stable outlook.



FM proposes higher import tax for used tractor-trucks FM proposes higher import tax for used tractor-trucks

(May 25, 2016)

The Ministry of Finance plans to raise the import tax on second-hand tractor-trucks, according to a document dispatched to the relevant ministries and sectors to gather their feedback.

Import of cars increases in May

Viet Nam imported about 12,000 complete built-up units (CBU) cars with total value of US$195 million in May, increasing by 3,000 units, or 33 per cent, compared with last month.

Singaporean firm to fund Innovative Park

The Sembcorp Development Company from Singapore has expressed its intention to invest in a Vietnam-Singapore Innovative Park in HCM City.

Local car-maker wins Kia Motors' Best Global Partner

Local car-maker Truong Hai Automobile JSC (Thaco) was awarded the Best Global Partner title by Kia Motors at a ceremony in Hawaii in the United States last week.

Toyota, Nissan recall cars to fix problems

Toyota Motor Viet Nam (TMV) has announced the start of its recall campaign for the engine control module for exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve operation on 2,410 Camry 2.0E units.

Toyota recalls Lexus models to fix brakes

Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) is recalling 133 Lexus ES 250 and ES 350 cars to fix a brake problem, as part of a larger global recall of a number of Toyota models.

Customers order 130 BMW cars at expo

Nearly 130 vehicles were ordered over the four-day BMW World Viet Nam 2016 expo, which ended in Ha Noi on May 10, according to Euro Auto, the sole importer of BMWs in Viet Nam.

Import of automobiles in April declines

Some 8,000 complete built up units worth US$182 million were imported to Viet Nam in April, declining 20 per cent compared with the same period last year.

BMW World Expo opened in the capital city

The second BMW World Expo opened in the capital city on May 6, at the National Convention Centre.

New Kia Cerato debuts in Viet Nam market

Kia Motors and Truong Hai Automobile JSC (Thaco) launched a new model – Kia Cerato – for the Vietnamese market, the deputy general director of Thaco, Bui Kim Kha, told Bizhub.

Nearly 60 new models introduced at coming BMW World Expo

The second BMW World Expo will take place at Hanoi's National Convention Centre from May 6 to 9.

Nearly 100 top global brands to come to 2016 Cool Kid Fashion ShanghaiNearly 100 top global brands to come to 2016 Cool Kid Fashion Shanghai

Cool Kids Fashion Shanghai, to be held together with the 2016 CBME China, the world's largest sourcing event for baby and maternity items, will attract nearly 100 top international and local brands.

Edible oil producers import tax cut looms Edible oil producers import tax cut looms

Analysts said the biggest problem for the domestic edible oil sector is that 90 per cent of raw materials they use are imported, mainly from Indonesia and Malaysia.

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