Circular doesn't deter firms from overseas loans
In May 2014 the State Bank of Viet Nam issued a circular to tighten the Government's control over foreign-sourced loans.
Experts remain divided on devaluing the dong
At the close on Thursday, April 9, Vietcombank listed the dollar exchange rate at VND21,630, around VND10 higher than on Wednesday.
VN exporters look to boost trade with Cambodia
The efforts to promote trade with the neighbouring country also include the 2015 HCM City Expo held by the HCM City Investment and Trade Promotion Centre (ITPC) in Cambodia's Battambang Province between April 1 and 5.
Salt producers count their losses
Salt producers in coastal Mekong Delta provinces have incurred losses since salt prices have gone plummeted in the past month.
PR firms remain attractive for foreign buyers
Earlier this month Japanese multinational media and digital marketing communications firm Dentsu Aegis Network signed an agreement to acquire a stake in Emerald Co. Ltd, a leading full service digital marketing agency in Viet Nam.
Rising demand forces sugar prices up
Authorities' efforts to crack down on contraband and a simultaneous rise in demand have sent sugar prices soaring by 10 per cent in the three weeks since Tet.
Ministry eyes sale of highways, airports
Late last year the Ministry of Transport-owned Viet Nam Expressway Corporation decided to sell a number of expressways including the Cau Gie -Ninh Binh, Ha Noi–Hai Phong and HCM City-Long Thanh -Dau Giay highways.
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.
MoF ensures transport fare cuts
The Ministry of Finance has formed three inspection groups to ensure transport prices are lowered by operators in Ha Noi, HCM City and Da Nang and the provinces of Binh Duong and Dong Nai following the huge fall in fuel prices.
Who will benefit from the weaker dong?
A new year has come, bringing with it some good news for exporters : the State Bank of Viet Nam has decided to depreciate the dong by 1 per cent.
Small foreign firms make beeline for VN
After investments by large foreign companies in the past decades, Viet Nam is currently seeing an influx of capital from small and medium enterprises from countries and territories all over the world, according to Vuong Dinh Hue, head of the Central Economic Commission.

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