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jeudi 4 septembre 2014

Saigon beating Hanoi four decades after Vietnam war

Almost four decades after the Vietnam War ended, Saigon has turned the tables on Hanoi, outstripping its conqueror in investment and growth.

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lundi 1 septembre 2014

Barroso calls for more reforms in Vietnam

A speech by European Commission President José Manuel Barroso has reaffirmed the EU’s commitment to increase trade links with Vietnam.

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jeudi 28 août 2014

Vietnam exports fall as Thai trust rises

Bilateral trade between Cambodia and Vietnam fell marginally by 6 per cent in the first half of this year largely due to a slump in Vietnamese exports, according to data from the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia.

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lundi 9 juin 2014

Vietnamese investors’ rising interest in Myanmar

More than 50 business groups from Vietnam have been conducting market research in Myanmar in order to look for investment opportunities, said Pho Nam Phuang, director of Investment and Trade Promotion Centre, on Friday.

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lundi 2 juin 2014

Clashes with China hit vietnamese stocks

Clashes between Vietnam and China in the South China Sea sent Vietnamese stocks tumbling in May, accelerating a decline that has put the benchmark index on track to rank as Asia's worst performer for the month.

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jeudi 10 avril 2014

Vietnam's privatization plan revs-up

Vietnam's privatization of 432 state-owned enterprises (SOEs), which accounted for 35 percent of the gross domestic product last year, has begun in response to pressure to revitalize the corrupt and inefficient state-owned sector, but the process is slow and may not be a magical cure for the economy.

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mercredi 26 mars 2014

While most of Asia waits for export bounce, Vietnam pushes ahead

One of the burning questions about Asian economies is why their exports remain so weak despite the synchronized recovery in the United States, Europe and Japan.

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dimanche 9 mars 2014

Tired of China, afraid of Thailand, Japanese capital heading for Vietnam

Concerned about the political uncertainties in Thailand and the decreased attractiveness in China, Japanese tend to head for Vietnam, where they will not be bothered by political problems and can enjoy attractive investment incentives.

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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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jeudi 27 février 2014

Vietnam, Cambodia trade volume grows, but slightly

Bilateral trade between Cambodia and Vietnam increased only about 3.4 per cent last year compared to 2012, data from the Vietnamese embassy in Phnom Penh showed yesterday.

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jeudi 30 janvier 2014

Vietnam's economy hurt by 'prolonged' Lunar New Year holidays, critics say

Hanoi - Packed shops, traffic chaos and kumquat trees everywhere can only mean one thing in Hanoi: a new lunar year is approaching. But not everybody is feeling festive.

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mercredi 29 janvier 2014

Fitch revises Vietnam’s outlook from stable to positive

Fitch has revised Vietnam’s long-term foreign and local currency issuer default ratings outlook to positive from stable.

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vendredi 10 janvier 2014

Vietnam’s charm fades

Vietnam’s “timeless charm” slogan may have attracted tourists, but after seven straight years of below-average growth hopes of a sustained boom have dimmed. Can the liberalizing socialist economy get its mojo back ?

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samedi 4 janvier 2014

The decline of state-owned enterprises in Vietnam

The number of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) operating in Vietnam has fallen by 50 percent since 2000, according to figures released by the General Statistics Office’s Industrial Statistics Department.

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Vietnam economic outlook 2014: exports, FDI to support growth

The future is looking brighter for Vietnam as the country begins the Year of the Horse, economists say.

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mercredi 1 janvier 2014

Vietnam GDP rises 5.42% in 2013 ; estimate 5.3% gain

Vietnam’s economic growth accelerated as exports climbed, even as banks struggled to meet the government’s lending target. Stocks rose.

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Vietnam set to loosen restrictions on foreign ownership in listed firms

New legislation will let non-nationals hold up to 60 per cent of shares in some listed companies

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samedi 7 décembre 2013

Per capita income in Vietnam reaches almost USD 2,000

Vietnam’s yearly per capita income has been estimated to have reached USD1,960, said Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung at the opening ceremony of the Vietnam Development Partnership Forum (VDPF) in Hanoi on December 5.

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dimanche 17 novembre 2013

Vietnam, Customs Union close in on free trade agreement

The Southeast Asian country is to join a free trade zone with the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. Hanoi looks at greater engagement with Moscow as a counterweight to Beijing.

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vendredi 18 octobre 2013

Blowing in the trade winds

HANOI - By some measures, Vietnam’s economy is moving at a brisk clip. The double-digit inflation that prevailed in 2011 has subsided, and exports of textiles and electronics are booming. Foreign direct investment is up by 36% year-on-year, according to Fitch, a ratings agency

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lundi 30 septembre 2013

Vietnam Premier opens door to foreign investors

Vietnam’s premier pledged to subject state-owned companies to competition and allow greater foreign ownership of banks as the government seeks to revive growth and join a key trade agreement.

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dimanche 29 septembre 2013

Vietnam sees great opportunity from semiconductor industry

Experts believe that it’s now the right time for Vietnam to join the global IC production chain, a golden opportunity to approach to high technologies.

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mardi 24 septembre 2013

Little good news as Vietnam reviews economic growth

An international conference was held to review Vietnam’s eco-social development from 2011 to date in Hanoi on Monday, where negative reports dominated the proceedings.

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dimanche 22 septembre 2013

The most famous family run economic groups in Vietnam

Though the family run business model remains controversial, the influences of the famous family run conglomerates to the national economy in the past and at present are undeniable.

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mardi 20 août 2013

Vietnam sends plan for relaxing foreign ownership limits to Dung

Vietnam moved closer to relaxing restrictions on foreign investors as the Finance Ministry submitted a plan to Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung for raising the cap on overseas ownership at some companies.

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dimanche 18 août 2013

Vietnam to establish Phu Quoc economic zone

Preparations to establish an official "economic zone" on tourism-haven Phu Quoc Island on the lines of Hong Kong were discussed at an August 13 meeting of the Communist Party's Economic Commission and Mekong Delta provincial authorities.

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vendredi 16 août 2013

Hundreds of runaway foreign companies bring Vietnam regulations into question

In the absence of proper regulations, more than 500 small foreign companies have successfully fled Vietnam after running into financial trouble here.

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jeudi 15 août 2013

Crippling debts and bankruptcies brew Vietnam coffee crisis

HO CHI MINH CITY - SINGAPORE - Desks are empty, the office silence broken only by a handful of staff chit-chatting or playing on cellphones. It's another slow day at the headquarters of Vinacafe, a state-owned firm once the vanguard of Vietnam's coffee export boom.

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mardi 13 août 2013

Vietnam appears to regain Its footing

HANOI — Vietnam is showing signs of shaking off its recent economic funk at a time when most of the region's emerging markets are being hobbled by slowing growth in China.

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jeudi 8 août 2013

Is Vietnam really that happy ?

In 2012, Vietnam came second in the New Economics Foundation’s Happy Planet Index (HPI). According to the HPI, the only happier people in the world live in Costa Rica.

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