National Assembly deputies on Thursday agreed policies need to be introduced to improve the business environment to facilitate household enterprises.
Discussion about the recent power price hike heated up the National Assembly (NA) morning session today.
A question being asked by many experts now is why banks are joining a race to increase deposit interest rates though there is no ostensible liquidity shortage.
The average electricity retail price officially increased by 6.08 per cent, from VNĐ1,622 (7.1 US cents) to VNĐ1,720 per kWh (7.6 cents), on December 1 after three years being kept unchanged.
The average electricity retail price will officially rise today to VNĐ1,720 (7.6 US cents) per kWh, increasing 6.08 per cent from the current tariff of VNĐ1,622 (7.1 cents) per kWh.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has appealed to the Government for a wind power price hike, arguing that this would help boost production at the country’s wind farms.