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$4.5bn petro project remains out in the cold

One of Vietnam’s biggest petrochemical and oil refinery projects is struggling to find a place to call home.

 

Vietnam may have 400,000 tons of unsold coffee

Coffee growers in Vietnam may hold as much as 400,000 tons of unsold beans, equivalent to about a third of the nation’s latest crop, as the government starts its first stockpiling program to coun [ … ]

   

PPP promoted as aviation sector development solution

The public-private partnership investment model will become a suitable method to attract private investors to join in the development of Viet Nam's aviation infrastructure, according to a conference [ … ]

   

Businesses seek to enter EU market

The Ministry of Information and Trade (MoIT) is working with the European Commission to remove barriers that face Vietnamese businesses when exporting their products to the European Union. [ … ]
   

Vietnam may restrict steel imports to curb reliance on China

Vietnam may restrict imports of steel products that can be manufactured domestically to curb reliance on China, Japan and Russia, according to a recommendation from the Vietnam Steel Association. [ … ]

   

VN asks WTO to probe US shrimp duties

For the first time since Viet Nam officially joined the World Trade Organisation in 2007, the country has requested that the organisation's Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) establish a panel to resolv [ … ]

   

Petrol import tax cut to 17%

In an effort to help petrol dealers stabilise prices, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has decided to reduce petrol import tax rates from 20 per cent to 17 per cent beginning today, April 21.

   

Toyota recalls Lexus SUVs

Toyota announced on Monday that it was recalling about 9,400 Lexus GX sport utility vehicles due to the possibility of the vehicles rolling over.

 

   

Mekong Capital revives Vietnam fund plan

Mekong Capital, founded by a former Templeton Asset Management Ltd. portfolio manager, has revived efforts to raise money for its fourth Vietnam fund after halving the amount it was targeting.

 

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Office developments to be left out in the cold

Office buildings outside of the Hanoi’s central business district will face more difficulties seeking tenants.

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Property consultant Savills Vietnam predicted that in th [ … ]

   

High interest rates in Vietnam stymie stocks

High interest rates have restricted capital inflows to the local stock market although investor confidence has improved since March, a senior economist says.

 

 

   

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