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Ministry affirms new rules on invoices

The Ministry of Finance would not grant any extensions to firms that were unable to comply with new regulations regarding the printing of invoices, reaffirmed deputy finance minister Do Hoang Anh Tuan [ … ]

   

Potential retail market

Retail sales GDP and turnover have increased considerably in recent years, however, more premises for the retail market are necessary to meet the increasing demand.

   

Coffee sector needs more gov't support

The coffee cultivation sector is struggling to ensure sustainable development, as many coffee growers run small-scale operations and lack funds to improve their operations.

   

Exports to France surge

Exports to France brought Vietnam over 144.74 million EUR (over 202 million USD) in January, representing a year-on-year increase of 34.3 percent.


   

Power company threatens to cut electricity, enterprises on a hot tin roof

While enterprises are on tenterhooks because of the threat by the Hiep Phuoc Power Company (HPPC) to cut electricity from April 1, 2011, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) still has not raised [ … ]

   

Resort real estate is now the choice of investors

Real estate developers now tend to invest their money in resort projects, even when they are not receiving any investment incentives from local authorities. They have realized the high demand from we [ … ]

   

Japanese tsunami to not create price rise waves

The earthquake and tsunami in Japan are thought to push the steel prices up, since import countries will lose a big exporter. However, experts have affirmed that it will not affect the domestic prices [ … ]

   

Rice stockpiling in Vietnam 45 percent complete, industry group says

Vietnam, the world’s second-largest rice exporter, has accumulated 45 percent of a targeted 1 million ton stockpile in a bid to prevent local prices from slumping at harvest time, the Vietnam Food A [ … ]

   

Vietnam trade deficit with China surges

The trade deficit with China has risen eight-fold since 2002 to US$12.7 billion last year, or 102 percent of the total trade deficit.

   

Cash injection urged to steady prices

Customers shop for vegetables at a Metro supermarket in Hanoi. The city's Department of Industry and Trade has called for an injection of VND476 billion into price stabilisation funds.A cash injection [ … ]

   

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