Vietnamese shares extended gains yesterday as investors were in a better mood and oil prices continued recovering from a dive after Britain’s choice to leave the European Union.
Nearly 100 overseas Vietnamese businesspeople gathered at a forum in Melbourne, Australia, on June 28 to explore investment opportunities in Việt Nam.
The Dầu Giây-Tân Phú Expressway in Đồng Nai Province will be built under the build-operate-transfer mode, with the Ministry of Transport’s Project Management Board No. 1 overseeing the construction.
Hà Nội will give priority to improving its business climate and competitive capacity, aiming to be among the top 10 localities nationwide in the Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) by 2020.
Việt Nam’s GDP growth in the first six months of the year expanded an estimated 5.52 per cent, down from 6.32 per cent over the same period last year.
Five years after staying silent in the market, sugar stocks rose with high liquidity, thanks to better sales from local firms and higher demand in the world market.
A minister said the British vote to leave the European Union (EU) would not have immediate impacts on Việt Nam, but long-term impacts must be taken into account.
Vietnamese shares rose yesterday, covering losses made during the session as dairy firm Vinamilk boosted investor confidence on its latest announcement on foreign ownership.
Telecom group Viettel’s Bankplus has been the winner of the gold award at the 11th Annual 2016 IT World Awards held in San Francisco yesterday. This is the first time a Vietnamese IT product has been honoured with the prestigious award.
Significant increases in the number of new businesses and investments this year indicate improvements in confidence, driven by the Government’s efforts to improve the business climate and promote entrepreneurship.
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