Positive scenarios for working capital development

Positive scenarios for working capital development

Security over receivables is mainly regulated by the Civil Code 2015 and Decree No.21/2021/ND-CP, as well the Law on Credit Institutions 2010, and its detailing and guiding Circular No. 02/2017/TT-NHNN promulgated by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).
Investors call for bankable PPA and reasonable price policies for energy projects

Investors call for bankable PPA and reasonable price policies for energy projects

Nguyen Thai Ha, director of T&T Energy Group JSC said that it has faced challenges with power purchase agreements.
EVN promises steady power prices amid rising energy concerns

EVN promises steady power prices amid rising energy concerns

Despite rising production costs, there will be no increase in electricity prices this year, stated Nguyen Tai Anh, deputy director of state-run Electricity of Vietnam.
Gaw NP Capital plans to invest $500 million into Vietnam

Gaw NP Capital plans to invest $500 million into Vietnam

Gaw NP Capital plans to invest an additional $500 million into Vietnam's real estate market.
Access narrowing to capital in agri-tech

Access narrowing to capital in agri-tech

Loan acquisition and the availability of government-sponsored incentives remain the biggest barriers in attracting capital inflows into high-tech agriculture as many companies already struggle with tedious applications.
Stranded-cost risks to address on road to net-zero

Stranded-cost risks to address on road to net-zero

The energy transition is changing the rules of capital markets and capital planning for energy companies.
Quadria Capital invests $90 million into Vietnam's mom and baby retailer Con Cung

Quadria Capital invests $90 million into Vietnam's mom and baby retailer Con Cung

Con Cung, a Vietnamese retail chain for maternity and baby-care products, will use the fresh funds to expand its local footprint and develop a super app for millions of Vietnamese mothers.
Securities companies offer up fresh capital strategies

Securities companies offer up fresh capital strategies

As the buoyant and robust inflows to Vietnam’s stock sector are predicted to stay steadfast in 2022, local and foreign-backed securities firms are battling with one another to capture a larger chunk of the market.
Venture capital for Vietnam's startups reached $2.1 billion in 2021

Venture capital for Vietnam's startups reached $2.1 billion in 2021

Vietnam's startup scene is blossoming, securing a total sum of $2.1 billion in venture capital last year. The country's digital economy also hit $21 billion in 2021.
Banks in charter capital hikes to add momentum

Banks in charter capital hikes to add momentum

Despite concerns over a deteriorating economic picture, both local and foreign-invested banks are laying fresh momentum in the capital hike race to supplement their adequacy ratio and intensify operations in Vietnam.
Scope remains for new capital influx

Scope remains for new capital influx

With its uptrend in economic growth since early last year driven in part by a rise in foreign investment and good control of COVID-19
VietinBank approved to raise charter capital by nearly $304 million

VietinBank approved to raise charter capital by nearly $304 million

The prime minister has just approved supplementing state capital at Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank – HSX: CTG).
Agribank will accelerate charter capital increase and equitisation in 2021

Agribank will accelerate charter capital increase and equitisation in 2021

Agribank is facing many challenges, especially in increasing its charter capital and conducting equitisation, yet it remains ambitious for 2021.
ASEAN Capital Markets Forum set key priorities for next five-year action plan

ASEAN Capital Markets Forum set key priorities for next five-year action plan

The 33rd ACMF Chairs’ Meeting held virtually in Hanoi endorsed the key priorities for its Action Plan 2021-2025 to realise the ACMF Vision 2025.
Hotel owners face tough times in capital

Hotel owners face tough times in capital

The lobby of a hotel on Hang Be Street in the heart of Ha Noi that used to be full of tourists is now filled with furniture.
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