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The World Bank (WB) has announced Vietnam is among the top ten overseas remittance recipients in the world, receiving US$11 billion last year alone. WB reported that overseas remittances hit US$542 billion globally last year and are expected to rise to US$581 billion in 2014 and US$681 billion in 2016. India topped the list with US$70 billion, followed by China (US$60 billion), the Philippines (US$25 More...

vietnam gold

Apr 18: Vietnam gold edges down to VND35.47Mln/Tael

This morning, Vietnam gold was traded down by VND20,000/tael versus yesterday close at VND35.47 million a tael, following the world suit. As of 09:09 am today, Hanoi time, SJC More...

April 16: Vietnam stocks extend losses

Vietnamese stocks closed sharply lower today, posting its fifth straight day of losses as investors continued to close their position fearing the further correction. The benchmark More...

Apr 16: Vietnam gold extends losses to VND35.53Mln/tael

This morning, Vietnam gold dropped by VND180,000/tael versus yesterday close to VND35.53 million/tael. World gold extended losses in Asia trade this morning after falling nearly More...

Investors rush to lower luxury house prices

Vietnam property market

Many villa projects in Hanoi are being sold at surprisingly low prices amid the slump in the market when their investors More...

Real estate brokerages rushing to recruit new staff

real estate

A slew of real estate brokerages in HCMC have since early this year been racing to recruit more staff as business More...

vietnam car import Car producers, importers split over special consumption tax

Vietnam’s automotive manufacturers have asked for changes to the current car tax scheme amid objections from...

garment and textile Potential for HCM City-Mongolia textile cooperation

Deputy Head of the Mongolian Ministry of Agriculture and Industry’s Department of Light Industry Policy Enforcement,...

vietnam auto industry Automobile imports pick up speed

More than 5,200 cars were imported into the domestic market in the first quarter of 2014,...

Trade surplus hits over US$1.08 billion in Q1

Vietnam trade

According to Vietnam Customs statistics, Vietnam’s trade turnover in the first quarter of 2014 was estimated More...

Vietnam, Brazil eye US$12 billion trade by 2020

Vietnam and Brazil have great potential for increasing bilateral trade to US$3 billion in 2014 and more than US$12 billion by..

Vietnam runs $1.1Bln trade surplus in Q1/2014: Customs

Vietnam was estimated to have run a trade surplus of more than $ 1.08 billion in the first quarter of this..

SOEs’ IPO failures reflect poor preparation


The poor first-quarter response to IPOs (Initial Public Offerings) launched by State-owned enterprises (SOEs) More...

Hundreds of thousands of businesses disappear

Early this year, there were approximately 700,000 registered enterprises in Vietnam. Just over 400,000 of them are operating now. Economist Truong..

Vietnamese CEOs manage work with feng shui art

Vietnamese CEOs believe that the positions of their chairs and the locations of their offices can determine their business success. The..
Vietnam sugar

Sugar stocks hit record high of 710,000 tons

Sugar stocks were estimated at 710,000 tons as of beginning April- the highest level so far, vnexpress.net reported, citing data from..
Thu Thiem

Multilateral investment guarantee agency insures road project in Vietnam

The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) – the political risk insurance and credit enhancement arm of the World Bank group –..
Vietnam seafood

Vietnamese seafood companies shrink back in shrimp war

 The high costs incurred by Vietnamese shrimp exporters on lawsuits and administrative procedures have had a discouraging effect on them The..