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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.



Mercedes-Benz Vietnam recalls E-class models on fire risk Mercedes-Benz Vietnam recalls E-class models on fire risk

(Mar 04, 2015)

Mercedes-Benz Vietnam is recalling more than 1,000 E-class and CLS models due to a potential fire risk as the rubber hood trim could fall into the engine compartment.

Ford expands smart mobility plan

Ford Motor earlier this week announced its prototype electric bicycle (e-bike) experiment at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Buses, trucks to be exported to Myanmar, Laos

The Truong Hai Automobile Company (Thaco) plans to export locally manufactured vehicles to Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos as part of its strategy this year.

Sales of locally assembled cars fall in January

Cars sales in January in Viet Nam fell by one per cent to touch 19,979 units, compared with the previous month, but increased by 80 per cent year-on-year.

Missed opportunities for made-in-Vietnam cars

Chu Lai Open Economic Zone in the central province of Quang Nam withdrew permission for the Chu Lai-Truong Hai engine manufacturing project at the end of 2014.

Vinamotor's 2014 profits smash set target

The Vietnam Motors Industry Corporation (Vinamotor) reported a substantial increase in 2014 profits, which surged nearly 600 per cent higher than the set target.

No revision in special consumption tax on automobiles

The Government will not modify the special consumption tax rate imposed on cars as proposed by the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Director of the Heavy Industry Department said.

Ford to develop corporate customer market

Ford Viet Nam plans to further develop a market for corporate customers as it has done for individual customers.

Toyota General Director assumes role of VAMA chairman

General Director of Toyota Motor Vietnam Yoshihisa Maruta will become the new chairman of the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers' Association (VAMA) for the 2015-17 term.

Deputy PM champions cars

The auto industry will only develop further in the future if it has specific policies governing it, the Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai said at a meeting on Wednesday.

Sacom to spend billions to buy Vinamotor shares

Sacom Investment and Development Joint Stock Company (Sacom) is planning to take over the Vietnam Motors Industry Corporation (Vinamotor), said a report on the website baodautu.vn.

Manulife announces 25% rise in elite club for insurance advisorsManulife announces 25% rise in elite club for insurance advisors

Manulife Viet Nam has announced that its membership of the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table in Viet Nam rose by 25 per cent last year, reflecting the increasing client-centric focus and high standards of service by its advisors.

Local auto market offers hopes of growthLocal auto market offers hopes of growth

US automaker Ford reported record sales in Viet Nam every month in the latter part of 2014 as its market share rose to nearly 9 per cent. Viet Nam News speaks with Jesus Metelo Arias, managing director of Ford Viet Nam, to hear the full story and where he sees the Vietnamese auto industry in 2015.

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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