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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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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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mardi 1 mai 2012

Vietnam businesses still struggle to access credit

Total credit issued by Vietnam’s banking system shrank by 2.13 per cent in the first quarter, suggesting that despite a recent downward trend in interest rates, many businesses continued to face difficulties accessing bank loans.

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vendredi 12 août 2011

Japan bank loans complete funding for Vietnam's $1.6 bln plant

HANOI - Two Japanese banks signed a $95 million credit contract on Friday with state oil and gas group Petrovietnam, the final funding package to help build a $1.6-billion coal-fired power plant in central Vietnam.

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mardi 15 février 2011

Loan interest rates hit record 20pct in Vietnam

Contrary to expectations that interest rates will decrease, just at the start of 2011 loan interest rate have increased. The average interest rate for loans has jumped up to 19-20 percent, equal to the "peak" level of 2008.

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mardi 13 avril 2010

Vietnam prods commercial banks to cut loan rates

Vietnam's central bank said on Friday it would issue a directive to let banks extend short-term dong loans at negotiable interest rates in another move to relax lending.

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mercredi 23 décembre 2009

Vietnam secures $500m loan from World Bank

The World Bank has approved a $500m (£313m) loan to Vietnam, its largest to the South East Asian country.

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samedi 7 novembre 2009

Vietnam seeks foreign loans for nuclear power project

The government is drawing up plans to finance Vietnam’s first nuclear power plant project with foreign loans, the Minister of Industry and Trade has said.

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vendredi 3 avril 2009

Vietnam plans US$1b fund for farmers' loan subsidies

Vietnam's government plans to use up to US$1 billion to subsidise interest on bank loans to farmers as part of efforts to boost domestic consumption and the economy, state media reported on Thursday.

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mercredi 1 avril 2009

Vietnam pledges 'effective' use of Japan aid

HANOI — Vietnam on Tuesday pledged to use aid loans from Japan effectively, after the two sides signed an agreement resuming the flow of aid suspended during a corruption scandal.

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lundi 23 février 2009

Japan to resume Vietnam aid after bribery scandal

TOKYO - Tokyo will resume providing yen loans to Vietnam, the Japanese foreign ministry said on Monday, after the biggest aid donor to the Southeast Asian country suspended new loans last August over a bribery scandal.

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lundi 19 janvier 2009

Vietnam to subsidise corporate loans

Bangkok - Vietnam is to subsidise interest payments on corporate loans to help mitigate the effects of the global slowdown.

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mercredi 31 décembre 2008

Vietnam plans to use $1 bln for loan subsidies

HANOI - Vietnam's government has proposed using most of the 17 trillion dong ($1 billion) of an economic stimulus package to subsidise interest payments on loans to businesses next year as it moves to stave off an economic slowdown, a website reported.

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mardi 6 mai 2008

Vietnam to limit loans as way to fight inflation

The central bank of Vietnam has said it will try to rein in inflation by limiting loans to consumers and investors in stocks and property as the country faces the prospect of a widespread credit ratings downgrade over fears that its economy is overheating, according to a statement seen Monday. On Friday, Standard & Poor's cut its outlook for the Vietnamese sovereign rating to "negative" from "stable," heightening concerns that other ratings agencies would follow suit, a move that would deal a blow to a country dependent on foreign capital inflows.

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