• Vietnam's economy to grow above target this year, new trade pacts in sight

    Vietnam's economy to grow above target this year, new trade pacts in sight

    HANOI, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Vietnam's economy is expected to grow faster than its 5.8 percent target this year, accelerating from last year thanks to steady growth in exports, the government said on Tuesday.

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  • State Bank will not adjust goals of credit growth

    State Bank will not adjust goals of credit growth

    To look for the solutions for credit growth from now to the end of the year, the reporter has a talk with Mr. Nguyen Tien Dong about this issue.

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  • Vietnam PM's India tour to focus on improving economic engagement

    Vietnam PM's India tour to focus on improving economic engagement

    New Delhi, Oct. 27 (ANI): Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung who will arrive in Bihar on Monday, for a two-day trip to India, has been scheduled to hold delegation level talks with his Indian counterpart, to increase economic engagements between the two countries.

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  • Fitch upgrades Vietnam's ratings ahead of bond issue

    Fitch upgrades Vietnam's ratings ahead of bond issue

    HANOI, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Fitch Ratings has upgraded Vietnam's sovereign ratings by one notch, citing improvements in the economy and stronger finances, as the country hosts a roadshow to sell a rare sovereign bond.

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  • Peiyu looks at Vietnam expansion

    Peiyu looks at Vietnam expansion

     TAIPEI, TAIWAN — Taiwanese packaging firm Peiyu Plastics Corp. is making a big bet on Vietnam, with plans to significantly upgrade its factory there to tap local markets and use it as a base to get around Taiwan’s relative political isolation in world trade deals.

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  • Resolving Real Estate Bad Debt

    Resolving Real Estate Bad Debt

    Economic experts think that bad debt in the real estate area remains the worry of the economy. Spurring the consumption of the real estate inventory will make a contribution to reducing bad debts for the economy.

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  • Vietnam officials Time for pangasius sector to focus on quality, not quantity

    Vietnam officials Time for pangasius sector to focus on quality, not quantity

     

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    The balance between quality and quantity in the Vietnamese pangasius industry has not been right thus far, admitted deputy director general of the directorate of fisheries, Pham Ang Tuan.

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  • Vietnam’s coffee stocks seen at record 300,000 T

    Vietnam’s coffee stocks seen at record 300,000 T

     

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    HANOI: Vietnam, the world's largest robusta coffee producer, may bring forward to the next 2014/2015 crop year more than 300,000 tonnes of the beans, a record high, despite a jump in its shipments this year, traders said.

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  • Vietnam Sets Sights on High-Tech Economy

    Vietnam Sets Sights on High-Tech Economy

     

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    Vietnam is getting a little tired of coffee and rice. Or at least, it wants to be known for more than being a top exporter of those commodities. So it’s eyeing a more lustrous industry: high-tech and especially electronics.

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