Saigon Joint Stock Commercial Bank (SCB) was honoured by The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) with the prestigious Straight-through Processing (STP) Award for the third consecutive year.
Hoang Ngoc Thach, deputy head of commerce of Bamboo Airways, spoke to VIR’s Ha Anh about its plans to reopen flights and the solutions to ensure the safety of passengers.
Dang Minh Truong, chairman of the board and general director of Sun Group, shared with VIR’s Ha An the plans to welcome fully vaccinated travellers to Phu Quoc through the current recovery scheme.
In the first seven months of the year, Haiphong lured in nearly $1.4 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) and VND3.48 trillion ($151.3 million) of domestic investment capital.
As policy credit increased 6.3 per cent in the first half of 2021, Vietnam Bank for Social Policies (VBSP) is committed to harmonising distribution resources for the effective implementation of policy credit programmes.
In May last year, amidst the complicated and unpredictable coronavirus pandemic situation, nine female scientists from the Influenza Laboratory of the Virus Department under the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE) were honoured with the Kovalevskaia Award for the successful isolation of the new strain of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, making Vietnam one of the first four countries to successfully do so.
Vietnam Bank for Social Policies (VBSP) has reported tremendous growth in lending to needy people, including women and households, reflecting the benefits of policy credit.
As the local environment begins to suffer from an increase in plastic use stemming from new over-reliance on food delivery applications during the pandemic, service operators are thus far slow to react with any response to the dilemma.
The popularisation of fake and smuggled goods being offered in Vietnam has become a sizable concern, with delivery firms and even social media giants like Facebook being accused of aiding the act.
In the face of long-lasting drought, saline intrusion, and prolonged COVID-19 implications, the Vietnam Bank for Social Policies (VBSP) has been closely following the guidance and resolutions of the prime minister and the central bank, and posted laudable achievements across the board.
As the number of COVID-19 cases increases, many are opting for cashless payments to avoid direct contact and potential hygiene issues arising with banknotes which may help the spread of the COVID-19. This boosts the appeal of digital payments, particularly mobile money – a service in which the mobile phone is used to access financial services – to those who have not considered this form of transaction.
This March marks Vietnam Bank for Social Policies’ (VBSP) 17th year of development in the role of the government’s sole authorised agency to offer policy credit to the poor.
Achievements in realising the Vietnam Bank for Social Policies’s (VBSP) policy credit programmes have made significant contributions to poverty alleviation through improving gender equality in Vietnam.
The outbreak of the COVID-19 has caused some irrational fear and misconceptions concerning the magnitude and severity of the public health emergency. As of February 23, 2020, the coronavirus (COVID-19) has infected a total of 78,771 people and caused 2,462 deaths across 31 countries and territories, which makes a fatality rate of 3.1 per cent. The fact that there is no official cure for the virus, and that it has proven to be highly contagious, has added to the widespread panic in Asia, including Vietnam. The virus has led us to significant price hikes in consumer goods, notably face masks.
The name An Binh brings to mind happiness and family values, both core values ABBank has been nurturing in the Vietnamese society throughout its 26-plus years of development.