Le Viêt Nam, aujourd'hui

Aller au contenu | Aller au menu | Aller à la recherche

vendredi 28 juin 2013

Vietnam devalues dong for first time since december 2011

Vietnam’s central bank devalued its currency for the first time since 2011 and cut the interest-rate cap on dollar deposits to help “improve” the balance of payments and boost foreign-exchange reserves.

Lire la suite...

jeudi 27 juin 2013

Vietnam economic growth quickens as investment aids exports

Vietnam’s economic growth accelerated in the second quarter after the central bank cut interest rates to revive lending to businesses and rising foreign investment boosted the nation’s exports.

Lire la suite...

lundi 24 juin 2013

Vietnam highly values boosting ties with China

Vietnam always highly values strengthening the strategic partnership with China, State President Truong Tan Sang told Chinese media on Tuesday, a day before he left Vietnam for China for a State-level visit.

Lire la suite...

samedi 20 avril 2013

Trade with Swiss grows 11%

HA NOI — Two-way trade between Viet Nam and Switzerland rose 11 per cent year-on-year, reaching US$167 million over the first two months of this year, said Luong Manh Hung, Trade Counsellor at the Vietnamese Embassy in Switzerland.

Lire la suite...

VN-France economic relationship – more room to grow

“The sooner you French investors come to the Vietnamese market, the bigger fish you can catch,” a Vietnamese senior state official told the Vietnam–France Business Forum held in Ho Chi Minh City early last week.

Lire la suite...

Firms race to win Myanmar’s ‘heart’

Although Myanmar has just opened its doors, competition has already heated up, posing a challenge for Vietnamese entrepreneurs wanting to do business there, heard a seminar held by the Saigon Times Group last Friday.

Lire la suite...

Vietnam considers lowering VAT to bring businesses up

The Ministry of Finance is drafting the amended VAT law to be submitted to the National Assembly for ratification in the upcoming National Assembly’s 5th session. Under the draft, more products would be subject to the 5 percent tax instead of the current rate of 10 percent.

Lire la suite...

mercredi 3 avril 2013

Vietnam's lost charm

Something has gone wrong for Vietnam. It finds it's no longer the same darling of foreign investors it used to be. For three years in succession, it has failed to reach its foreign direct investment (FDI) targets and the government, judging from recent remarks by its ministers, is worried.

Lire la suite...

dimanche 31 mars 2013

Vietnam urges banks to slash loan rates to help revive economy

Vietnam's central bank governor has urged banks to cut loan rates by 2-3 percentage points to below 13 percent to help struggling businesses and boost an economy growing at its slowest pace in 13 years, according to state media.

Lire la suite...

Vietnam inflation eases in March

Inflation in Vietnam decelerated to its slowest rate in six months, official figures showed Saturday, as the economy struggles to shrug off the threat of stagnation.

Lire la suite...

Une zone de libre échange avec la participation du Vietnam : l’avantage est mutuel

Le chiffre d’affaires entre les pays de l’Union douanière (UD) et le Vietnam peut quadrupler déjà vers 2020. La Russie, le Bélarus et le Kazakhstan, faisant partie de l’UD, ont engagé des pourparlers avec la partie vietnamienne en vue de conclure un accord sur une zone de libre échange.

Lire la suite...

samedi 2 mars 2013

Reform a hard nut to crack, says economist

HANOI – Vietnam has to surmount numerous obstacles to successfully implement the recently-approved economic restructuring plan, said an economist.

Lire la suite...

dimanche 24 février 2013

Vietnam Premier approves 2013-2020 economic restructuring plan

Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung approved a master plan to restructure the economy, overhaul banks and speed up share sales of state-owned companies to bolster growth that is at its lowest since 1999.

Lire la suite...

Vietnam inflation rate eases as economy struggles to revive

Vietnam’s inflation eased in February as domestic consumption struggled to rebound after a credit crunch that slowed economic growth to a 13-year low.

Lire la suite...

vendredi 22 février 2013

Vietnam steps up bank, state enterprise reforms in economic roadmap

Hanoi - Vietnam has approved a broad plan to boost its economy to 2020, focusing on restructuring public investment, banks and state-owned enterprises while controlling inflation and maintaining growth.

Lire la suite...

Firms to raise profile in Africa

HCM CITY — Viet Nam’s export turnover to Africa is expected to rise by 20 per cent this year, underlining the market potential that the continent’s one billion population presents for Vietnamese enterprises.

Lire la suite...

jeudi 21 février 2013

Vietnam faces political entropy

The Vietnamese Communist Party, once credited for opening the country and joining the global economy, is in crisis. Its factional conflict, economic mismanagement and inattention to quality-of-life issues have eroded its claim to be "the force leading the state and society."

Lire la suite...

mercredi 20 février 2013

State corruption poisons Vietnam's reputation as an investment haven

Five years ago, Vietnam was South East Asia's go-to place for foreign investment, rivalling China as the low-cost manufacturing centre of choice in the region.

Lire la suite...

samedi 2 février 2013

High inflation looms large

HANOI - Vietnam’s higher inflation is forecast to warrant double-digit rates this year, which will challenge the Government’s drive to stabilize the macro-economy.

Lire la suite...

mercredi 30 janvier 2013

Infamous Vinalines expects $101 mln loss in 2013

While it is now only the end of the very first month of 2013, loss-ridden shipping firm Vinalines has already posted a gloomy picture for the rest of the year, with its full-year loss expected to reach VND2.1 trillion, or $100.96 million.

Lire la suite...

lundi 28 janvier 2013

Vietnam’s economy : sabotaged from within

Last year saw a number of Vietnamese state-owned enterprise officials being arrested for economic crimes or “irregularities” at the companies under their care.

Lire la suite...

mardi 8 janvier 2013

Vietnam, India look to US$7 billion two-way trade in 2015

DANANG – Two-way trade between Vietnam and India is poised to rise to US$7 billion by 2015, according to a seminar held in Danang City on Thursday.

Lire la suite...

samedi 5 janvier 2013

Haiphong surpasses Hanoi, HCMC in FDI attraction

HCMC – Haiphong surpassed Hanoi and HCMC to take over the second spot in foreign direct investment (FDI) attraction in 2012.

Lire la suite...

jeudi 3 janvier 2013

Bad year for large Vietnamese firms

The bad business environment has forced several large Vietnamese firms into bankruptcy this year, while others have had to merge.

Lire la suite...

mardi 1 janvier 2013

Vietnam’s top economic events in 2012

The low CPI rise, the first trade surplus in 20 years, and the suspected price transfers/ tax evasion are among the economic highlights of 2012.

Lire la suite...

dimanche 30 décembre 2012

Vietnam exports more than imports in 2012 : titled but penniless

Vietnam, for the second time in history, witnessed a trade surplus of $284 million in 2012, or 20 years after the first time. However, the achievement has not been applauded by economists.

Lire la suite...

vendredi 28 décembre 2012

Vietnam : la première banque du Japon achète 20% d'une grande banque du pays

La plus grande banque du Japon Mitsubishi UFJ a acheté 20% de la banque d'Etat vietnamienne Vietinbank, soit la plus importante opération dans le secteur bancaire en crise du pays communiste, ont annoncé jeudi les deux partenaires.

Lire la suite...

Vietnam’s blogosphere : the battleground for rival factions of the ruling communists

Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party is not looking back on a good year. The country’s economy is in trouble; the authoritarian leadership is split; and what appear to be rival Communist Party factions, seeking to rouse the dissenting voices of social media for their own ends, have unleashed a wave of online protests that has become increasingly difficult to contain.

Lire la suite...

lundi 24 décembre 2012

Vietnam economy grows 5.03% this year, slowest pace since 1999

Vietnam’s economy grew at the slowest pace in 13 years in 2012 as a fourth-quarter pickup failed to counter a slowdown in bank lending and domestic demand.

Lire la suite...

dimanche 23 décembre 2012

War-nostalgia no cure for ailing Vietnam economy

HANOI - Posters of US bombers crashing in flames festoon Hanoi to mark another anniversary in a long-finished war. But behind the usual propaganda Vietnam's rulers face a modern-day threat -- anger over the economy.

Lire la suite...

- page 2 de 13 -