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vendredi 14 juin 2019

Two vietnam startups will merge with plans to raise $30 million

Two of Vietnam’s payments startups are merging to add scale in the market where cashless payments are booming.

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jeudi 6 juin 2019

After record share sales, Vietnam experiences slowdown this year

After last-year’s record-setting sales of shares in companies, Vietnam is experiencing a comedown as fewer businesses offer stakes to stock investors amid uncertainties in the market.

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mercredi 5 juin 2019

In Vietnam beer war, Heineken and Sabeco seek to take each other's turf

In Vietnam, one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing beer markets, new battle lines are being drawn as Heineken NV and local industry leader Sabeco hone their product offerings and build up marketing muscle.

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Vietnam biggest winner from first year of the US-China trade war as supply chains shift, report shows

The economy of the southeast Asian nation was boosted by almost 8 per cent due to the shift in production as importers sought to avoid Donald Trump’s tariffs Analysis by Japanese investment bank Nomura also shows that trade diversion benefited Taiwan, South Korea, Chile, Malaysia and Argentina

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jeudi 30 mai 2019

Vietnam will not escape impact of trade war, foreign minister warns

Pham acknowledges short-term gains, but says long-term conflict will take a toll

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mercredi 29 mai 2019

Vietnam’s economy could Soon be bigger than Singapore’s

Vietnam’s economy could be bigger than Singapore’s by 2029, says DBS Bank Ltd.

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You can still buy a house with gold bars in Vietnam

Vietnam may be one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, yet it’s still in the dark ages when it comes to joining the global trend toward cashless transactions.

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dimanche 26 mai 2019

U.S. will refrain from labeling Vietnam a currency manipulator

The U.S. is refraining from labeling Vietnam a currency manipulator based on new data the country provided the Treasury Department, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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jeudi 4 avril 2019

Việt Nam recorded positive economic achievements in Q1

In the first quarter of 2019, Việt Nam recorded positive economic achievements despite a range of difficulties both in and outside the country, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc said at a Government cabinet meeting in Hà Nội yesterday.

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dimanche 31 mars 2019

Who wins from the China/U.S. trade war ? Vietnam.

As the trade war between China and the US rumbles on, it is worth noting who may be the likely beneficiaries.

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vendredi 29 mars 2019

Vietnam Q1 GDP growth slows; smartphone slowdown weighs on exports

Vietnam’s economy grew at a slower pace in the first quarter as weakening global demand for smartphones weighed on exports, government data showed on Friday.

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mardi 26 mars 2019

Public criticism pressures Vietnam to back down on new economic zones

The special zones law has been delayed until May 2019 and could be cancelled altogether, writes Tom Fawthrop

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jeudi 21 mars 2019

Debt and inefficiencies come with Chinese infrastructural investments in Vietnam

Hanoi's priorities include a North-South Highway with a 118 trillion đồng (US$ 5.3 billion) price tag, with less than half from China.

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In Vietnam, capitalism creeps up on communism

There's a reason President Donald Trump agreed on this former enemy of the United States for the location of his summit last month with North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un.

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dimanche 10 mars 2019

Vietnam courts North Korean officials for pole position on trade

Pyongyang delegation toured factories and smart farms during Trump-Kim summit

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vendredi 8 mars 2019

Seeking low-end profits in Vietnam cannot last long

Investors need long-term strategic vision, instead of seeking low-end profits in Vietnam

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jeudi 7 mars 2019

Protecting "Made in Vietnam" brand

According to the European Union (EU) statistics, the export of electric bicycles from Vietnam to the EU has been increasing sharply with nearly 139,000 units in 11 months of 2018, worth EUR66.9 million, an increase of 47.4% in terms of numbers and 22.6% in terms of export value over the same period in 2017.

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mercredi 27 février 2019

Vietnam's economy races ahead. But can it keep the wheels on ?

The US-China trade dispute has given Vietnam growth opportunities but it still has to overcome key challenges.

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vendredi 22 février 2019

About 65% of Japan firms in VN gain operating profits

About 65.3 per cent of Japanese companies in Việt Nam gained operating profits in 2018, 0.2 percentage points more than in the previous year.

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mercredi 20 février 2019

The plan to pay back public debt in 2019

Đinh Tiến Dũng, Minister of Finance, talks to Thời báo Kinh tế (Việt Nam Economic Times) about Việt Nam’s plan to pay back its foreign debts in 2019

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vendredi 15 février 2019

Entre tourisme et grands investissements, la Thaïlande à l'heure chinoise

Après le coup d'Etat de mai 2014 en Thaïlande, les généraux au pouvoir se sont éloignés de Washington et rapprochés de Pékin pour séduire touristes et investisseurs chinois, espérant que ces derniers participent au maximum à un projet d'infrastructures titanesque de près de 40 milliards d'euros.

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mercredi 13 février 2019

Laos - Vietnam trade over $1 bln in 2018

The combined trade value of imports and exports between Laos and Vietnam rose and crossed the $1 billion mark in 2018.

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vendredi 8 février 2019

China and Vietnam tussle

The Vietnamese Government is confronting a rising tide of public anger as its parliament debates a controversial bill to create the three new Special Economic Zones (SEZs) to develop a common platform of development between Hanoi and Beijing.

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Vietnam to create favourable conditions for private firms

Vietnam will continue to hasten efforts to improve the business climate in terms of quality to create favourable conditions for the private sector to play its role as a driver in promoting rapid and sustainable economic growth.

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lundi 4 février 2019

Vietnam manufacturing PMI has moderate growth in January

Softer rates continued for growth in the Vietnamese manufacturing sector in January, with weaker rises in output, new orders and employment, according to a survey.

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dimanche 3 février 2019

Europe, Vietnam reach towards major trade deal

The so-called EVFTA would provide a huge trade-promoting boost to both sides but Europe still wants more progress on Vietnam's poor rights record

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jeudi 24 janvier 2019

Vietnam not too good at attracting, retaining talent

Vietnam has not done a good job of attracting and retaining talents compared to other countries in Southeast Asia.

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lundi 21 janvier 2019

Vietnam’s political freedoms and its economic success

Vietnam has been on average the most rapidly growing economy in Southeast Asia for more than a decade. Its economic growth of 6 to 7 per cent a year over the past half-decade rivals that of China and its exports are worth just over the total value of its GDP.

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Vietnam’s Politburo clamps down

Nguyen Phu Trong and his proteges have consolidated their command of Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party and its government. Fuelled by foreign investment in manufacturing, the economy remains robust.

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Vietnam won't devalue currency to boost exports, PM Says

Vietnam won’t devalue the dong to boost exports even as the U.S.-China tension starts to hurt Southeast Asia’s trade-reliant economies.

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