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jeudi 9 juin 2016

Vietnam bank discloses Futa Bus Lines’ $134mn bad debt

A Vietnamese bank has revealed that a popular Ho Chi Minh City bus line is among its major bad debtors, with disputes over the company’s financial obligations only solved following legal proceedings.

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lundi 11 avril 2016

Vietnam approves Communist Party official as Central Bank head

Vietnam lawmakers approved Le Minh Hung as the governor of the State Bank of Vietnam, a day after he was nominated by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.

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dimanche 20 mars 2016

Momo, a mobile payment firm in Vietnam, lands $28M led by Standard Chartered Bank

Vietnam is emerging as a technology market of note in Asia. Weeks after U.S. VC firm 500 Startups announced a fund for the country, Vietnam-based fintech company Momo has landed a $28 million investment round from banking giants Standard Chartered (SCB) and Goldman Sachs.

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dimanche 14 février 2016

Property remains hot topic in Vietnam

Though there is no sign yet of the price "fever" that periodically marks the Vietnamese property market or a bubble, the market remains a hot topic for analysts and the media.

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mardi 2 février 2016

In Vietnam, ATMs off for Tet earlier than cardholders

Do cross your fingers if you need to withdraw cash from ATMs today, as most of the machines in Vietnam’s big cities will likely greet you with an error message.

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jeudi 17 décembre 2015

Vietnam to cut dollar deposit interest rate friday

Country’s central bank sticking to its target of keeping the exchange rate stable

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mercredi 2 décembre 2015

Vietnam dong falls toward trading limit as importers buy dollars

Vietnam’s dong fell toward the weak end of its trading band as seasonal dollar purchases by importers to pay year-end bills coincide with rising global demand for the greenback.

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lundi 26 octobre 2015

Vietnam seeks new tools to beat bad-debt woes

With a shabby facade, bars on its windows and flanked by a hair salon and a knockoff clothing store, the Vietnam Asset Management Company (VAMC) looks more like a backstreet pawnshop than a much-heralded bad-debt bank.

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vendredi 14 août 2015

Vietnam seen devaluing further after busting limit of 2% decline

Vietnam’s central bank looks set to devalue the dong again after busting through its goal of limiting depreciation to 2 percent this year as China’s yuan weakened.

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dimanche 12 avril 2015

Foreign bankers hope they can earn more money in Vietnam with AEC

More and more foreign bankers are flocking to Vietnam, while the existing bankers have been trying to expand their business in the country.

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mardi 17 mars 2015

Vietnam PM seeks Aust investment

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has sought foreign investment in the buying of bad debt from local banks, as the country seeks to whittle down bad loans in its banking system.

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jeudi 12 février 2015

HSBC scandal : 26 clients linked to Vietnam had accounts in controversial Swiss bank

Leaked documents show that 26 clients associated with Vietnam had a total of US$37.5 million in HSBC's controversial Swiss bank, which has been accused of helping affluent tax-dodgers across the world.

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lundi 2 février 2015

Vietnam central bank to take over loss-making lender

Vietnam's central bank said on Monday it will acquire all shares in a small, loss-making unlisted commercial bank based in the Mekong Delta.

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jeudi 15 janvier 2015

Dong depreciation increases Vietnam’s foreign debt

The latest decision by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) will put pressure on Vietnam’s foreign debt payments in 2015, analysts have said.

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mercredi 7 janvier 2015

Vietnam weakens dong reference rate to boost nation’s exports

The State Bank of Vietnam devalued the dong by weakening its reference rate for the second time since June, seeking to spur exports and sustain growth.

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jeudi 13 novembre 2014

Vietnam tightens valuations to clean up bad debt

Vietnam’s state asset management company will use its own valuations instead of inflated book values to buy bad debt from banks by the end of next month to accelerate a revamp of the financial system and revive lending.

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mercredi 29 octobre 2014

Vietnam cuts key interest rate to boost lending, GDP growth

Vietnam will cut a key policy rate to spur lending by banks as the government steps up measures to bolster a struggling economy.

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samedi 25 octobre 2014

Vietnam arrests tycoon for lending fraud

HANOI — Police in Vietnam have arrested a prominent businessman and one of the country's richest men on suspicion of lending fraud, as authorities step up their crackdown on financial crimes in a bid to clean up the debt-ridden banking sector.

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dimanche 28 septembre 2014

Bangkok Bank hopes rising FDI, higher incomes will help Vietnam operations

The rising numbers of middle-income people and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, a hoped-for magnet for foreign direct investment and export driver, will provide opportunities for Bangkok Bank's operations in Vietnam, the bank believes.

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vendredi 8 août 2014

Vietnam seeks rule changes to accelerate bad debt sales

Vietnam may change rules to quicken bad-debt sales that have been stalled by a reluctance to accept losses, hampering an economy that risks missing its growth target this year.

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jeudi 19 juin 2014

Vietnam devalues dong first time in a year to boost exports

Vietnam’s central bank devalued the dong for the first time in a year to help spur exports and vowed to ensure the stability of the currency as tension rises over a Chinese oil rig in disputed waters.

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mercredi 16 avril 2014

Tycoon on trial as Vietnam counts cost of its rogue bankers

A half-dozen shell companies, piles of forged documents, tax dodges, illegal stock trades and 19 bank staff unwittingly complicit in embezzlement on a massive scale.

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samedi 12 avril 2014

Vietnam Bitcoin exchange founder says acceptance inevitable

A proposed Bitcoin exchange could be illegal and faces the threat of official sanctions, but its founder says the digital currency is unstoppable like the Internet was two decades ago.

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dimanche 6 avril 2014

Bitcoin arrives in Vietnam !

On March 24th, Israel’s most reputable exchange entered the booming Vietnamese market.

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jeudi 3 avril 2014

Vietnam is sentencing corrupt bankers to death, by firing squad

BANGKOK — For the most part, American bankers whose rash pursuit of profit brought on the 2008 global financial collapse didn’t get indicted. They got bonuses.

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lundi 17 mars 2014

Vietnam sentences banker to death, debtors get life in grand scam

A court in the Central Highlands on Thursday gave the death sentence to a Vietnam Development Bank (VDB) executive and several life sentences to others involved in a hundred-million-dollar scam.

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lundi 10 mars 2014

Acquisition to make Sacombank Vietnam's 5th largest lender

Sacombank is working on a plan to acquire Southernbank , the former's general director Phan Huy Khang has told news website VnExpress.

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samedi 1 mars 2014

Le Vietnam restreint l'utilisation du bitcoin

Le Vietnam a interdit à ses banques d'utiliser le bitcoin, notant que la monnaie virtuelle, dont la valeur a récemment plongé, n'était pas reconnue comme monnaie valide dans le pays communiste.

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vendredi 28 février 2014

If Vietnam’s banks are troubled, why are its shares up ?

Bad loans continue to plague Vietnam's banks, with the magnitude of the problem remaining a mystery, but investors are continuing to push the stock market higher.

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dimanche 23 février 2014

Vietnam says bad debt at 9pc, below Moody’s estimate

HANOI - Bad debt in Vietnam is expected to account for about 9 per cent of total loans, after careful calculations, below the 15 per cent ratio estimated by Moody’s Investors Service, the central bank said in a statement.

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