By Hara Nguyen
June 09, 2022 | 17:50
MPI Minister Nguyen Chi Dung emphasised that Vietnam's agricultural sector has seen the strongest development ever, along with rising exports.
By Van Nguyen
June 09, 2022 | 15:53
Van Nguyen talked to Dr. Vu Dinh Anh from the Ministry of Finance's Price Market Research Institute, about the road ahead after the improved credit rating.
By Nguyen Huong
June 09, 2022 | 10:37
Inflation up to 2023 will likely be about 4-5.5 per cent, the same or slightly higher than the target that was set forth.
By Binh An
June 09, 2022 | 09:47
Grade-A offices – like Capital Place in Hanoi – have gained momentum this year as tenants make meaningful assessments of new hybrid working arrangements.
By Vinh Thuy
June 08, 2022 | 18:18
Many banks have been on a charter capital hike and are intensively preparing capital injections to boost their strength.
June 07, 2022 | 21:06
The National Assembly (NA) on June 7 approved resolutions on the dismissal of Nguyen Thanh Long from the positions as the deputy of the 15th legislature and the Health Minister over his wrongdoings related to a COVID-19 test kit scam.
June 07, 2022 | 21:03
Chu Ngoc Anh was dismissed from the position as Chairman of the 16th municipal People’s Committee (2021-2026 tenure) at a meeting of the Hanoi People’s Council on June 7.
By Nguyen Huong
June 07, 2022 | 18:00
A total of 19 build-operate-transfer (BOT) projects reported revenues lower than 70 per cent, and three of these reported revenues lower than 30 per cent.
By Bich Ngoc
June 06, 2022 | 10:23
Vietnam needs an independent and self-reliant economy said experts at the Vietnam Economic Forum on June 5 in Ho Chi Minh City.
By Nguyen Manh Hung
June 06, 2022 | 10:00
In order to develop, it is necessary to have new development space – and digital transformation creates this. In China in 2020, the digital economy made up nearly 40 per cent of GDP, while the threshold in Vietnam in 2021 was 11-12 per cent. This means there is big development space to grow, and Vietnam targets that the digital economy will account for 20 per cent of GDP by 2025, or 20-25 per cent growth annually.