Moves made to tighten up offshore approval rulings

Moves made to tighten up offshore approval rulings

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has proposed to the prime minister a temporary freeze on valuations and approvals to study offshore wind projects until existing regulations and technical issues have been removed.
Energy-saving taking top spot in solutions for electricity crisis

Energy-saving taking top spot in solutions for electricity crisis

With the demand for electricity increasing rapidly and supply and a sense of economical use more limited, saving electricity is deemed an important tool during possible periods of crisis in the future.
Potential energy investors clamour for regulation clarity

Potential energy investors clamour for regulation clarity

The lack of an answer for feed-in tariffs and generally available infrastructure is slowing down the prospects of mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam’s renewables arena.
MoIT urged to reconsider retail restrictions proposal

MoIT urged to reconsider retail restrictions proposal

Unclear regulations in a draft proposal from the Ministry of Industry and Trade, on the classification and management of certain types of retail, could complicate the operations of local businesses and affect profits.
Being poised for tech explosion in finance

Being poised for tech explosion in finance

With the development of technology and online payments, especially during the recent pandemic, this may be the most flourishing time for personal investment channels.
Vietnam can be inspiration for younger financial generation

Vietnam can be inspiration for younger financial generation

Unstable global forces are driving up costs and disrupting supply networks. Thai Viet Dung, director of Exness Vietnam, told VIR’s Thy Nguyet about the trend of new investments and advices on managing risks.
Developers expect smoother LNG policy planning

Developers expect smoother LNG policy planning

The government has asked the Ministry of Industry and Trade to clarify the planning data and feasibility of liquefied natural gas power development towards 2030, which has set a target of almost 24,000MW, accounting for 16.4 per cent of the total power source in the nation’s draft master power plan.
Localities still itch for new casinos despite losses

Localities still itch for new casinos despite losses

Despite major casino operators suffering financial losses and legal creases not yet ironed out, there are still hopes for a resurgence and even new developers entering the frame.
Developers demand long-term fix

Developers demand long-term fix

A new proposal on transitional policy mechanisms for wind and solar projects that missed the commercial operation deadline may not be strong enough for the long-term plans of developers.
Mixed picture for cement as more promotion urged

Mixed picture for cement as more promotion urged

While cement has been one of the few industries to maintain production and consumption over the last two years, increasing materials and logistics costs have dragged down business profits.
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