Aussie firms seek VN investments
Lê Hà of Hà Nội, an online sellers who are conducting trade via Facebook, feels anxiety as she has received a message from tax authorities inviting her to come and declare tax.
State-owned Bình Sơn Refinery and Petrochemical Company Limited (BSR) has completed the overall plan for the upgrade and expansion of the Dung Quất Oil Refinery.
Việt Nam’s tra fish sold at Aeon supermarkets in Japan is listed among “TopValu” products, which are goods of superior quality.
The local stock market is forecast to experience another week of correction but the decrease will likely slow down with divergence based on the second-quarter earnings results.
Soon after the State Bank of Việt Nam cut the reference rate by 0.25 percentage points, several banks have followed suit, lowering interest rates on loans to enterprises in five priority sectors.
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) is going ahead with its plan to increase environmental protection tax on petroleum from the current VNĐ1,000-4,000 to VNĐ3,000-8,000 per litre, despite objections from other ministries and the public.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment is targeting an economic growth rate of 6.4 per cent to 6.8 per cent for Việt Nam in 2018, according to a document sent to ministries and local authorities with instructions to develop the socio-economic plan for 2018.
More than 2,000 young businesses, speakers and students joined in the second International Start-up Conference and Exhibition in the central city yesterday, sharing experience and ideas in panel and round-table discussions, talks and fireside charts among domestic and international experts.