First-quarter investment disbursement in transport sector misses expectations

First-quarter investment disbursement in transport sector misses expectations

The transport sector’s disbursement of public investment in the first quarter of 2022 was yet to meet the expectations, according to Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The.
MIC and Qualcomm intensify cooperation on 5G technology

MIC and Qualcomm intensify cooperation on 5G technology

On April 12, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Duc Long had a meeting with Qualcomm to discuss future cooperation on 5G and 6G technology.
Transport ministry acts to realise Vietnam’s COP26 commitments

Transport ministry acts to realise Vietnam’s COP26 commitments

The Ministry of Transport is preparing to quicken the establishment of its steering committee to realise Vietnam’s commitments at COP26.
MoT might switch to open bidding for North-South Expressway

MoT might switch to open bidding for North-South Expressway

The MoT has issued a statement on the selection of investors for a project to build a number of routes in the eastern section of the North-South Expressway.
North-South Expressway investment conference delayed till late April 

North-South Expressway investment conference delayed till late April 

The MoT will delay the investment promotion conference for the Eastern Cluster of the North-South Expressway project in the 2017-2020 period until late April.
Urgent solutions to boost economic recovery

Urgent solutions to boost economic recovery

The Government has outlined urgent solutions to accelerate economic recovery, according to its newly-issued Resolution.
Tax cut will help Vinacomin maintain business: official

Tax cut will help Vinacomin maintain business: official

The Ministry of Industry and Trade proposes lowering the coal export tariff in a bid to help Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) survive the tough times and preserve its credit rating to take out soft loans.
Airlines’ bid to suspend taxes rejected

Airlines’ bid to suspend taxes rejected

The Ministry of Finance has rejected the proposals of Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar Pacific Airlines to suspend the collection of VAT and environment taxes on jet fuel if the oil price rises to $118 a barrel or more.
Gas prices surge, fuel prices to follow suit

Gas prices surge, fuel prices to follow suit

Cooking gas retail prices will pick up by more than VND50,000 per 12-kilo container on Wednesday after four months of constant price drops, while fuel wholesalers have proposed a price hike.
Fuel prices to go up by VND1,000 per litre

Fuel prices to go up by VND1,000 per litre

The retail prices of petroleum products are expected to rise by some VND1,000 a litre today, Wednesday, said a senior state official.
Fishers leave vessels ashore as fuel prices rise

Fishers leave vessels ashore as fuel prices rise

Following last week’s fuel price hike, the second in less than two months, many fishermen have left their vessels unused to avoid losses.
Ministry announces petroleum products’ price hike

Ministry announces petroleum products’ price hike

The Ministry of Finance has issued a document revising the price of local petroleum products upwards starting at 4pm today.
Audit uncovers fuel wholesalers’ hefty profits

Audit uncovers fuel wholesalers’ hefty profits

Although fuel wholesalers have repeatedly claimed a “refrain” bemoaning of losses, they have actually been operating with enormous profits, Deputy Minister of Finance Vu Thi Mai said in a press briefing yesterday, citing audit results.
Electricity rate hike put on hold

Electricity rate hike put on hold

Electricity rates will remain unchanged this month, Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai said in an interview with local press on November 7.
Finance ministry plans changeover to IT

Finance ministry plans changeover to IT

A master plan to apply information technology in finance that has been approved by the Ministry of Finance seeks to push 80 per cent of tax-related tasks online by 2015, among other goals.
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