vinalines conducts roadshow to promote upcoming ipo Vinalines conducts roadshow to promote upcoming IPO

State-run shipping giant Vinalines conducted a roadshow yesterday to promote its upcoming IPO scheduled for September 5, 2018 at the Hanoi Stock Exchange.

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binh phuoc licenses 24 projects worth 1 billion Binh Phuoc licenses 24 projects worth $1 billion

The southern province of Binh Phuc has granted 24 investment lisecneses with the total registered capital of over $1 billion.

bac ninh licenses 116 fdi projects in seven months Bac Ninh licenses 116 FDI projects in seven months

The northern province of Bac Ninh licensed 116 new foreign direct investment (FDI) projects worth US$332.5 million in the first seven months of 2018, according to the provincial Department of Planning and Investment.

MoF tables wide-scale proposal on gambling and casino business

The MoF's proposal to cut investment conditions on segments like casino, lottery, and betting, would stimulate investors to implement their projects.

Vietnam ranks fifth in global instant noodle consumption

After two consecutive years, Vietnam’s instant noodle consumption started recovering in 2017 with the total sale of 5.06 billion packets.

scb and hong kong banks sign syndicated credit financing agreement SCB and Hong Kong banks sign syndicated credit financing agreement

SCB and three banks from Hong Kong committed to support financial investment and ensure a stable financing source for Union Square.

detailed guidance needed to tackle bad debt experts Detailed guidance needed to tackle bad debt: experts

Settling non-performing loans (NPLs) has been easier since the application of Nation Assembly’s Resolution 42 a year ago, but detailed guidance is still needed to make the use of the regulation smoother, industry insiders said.

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moit to recheck market surveillance agencys findings at con cung MoIT to recheck Market Surveillance Agency’s findings at Con Cung

The MoIT decided to establish a new investigation team to recheck the Market Surveillance Agency's inspection at Con Cung JSC.

hai phong citys police bust major drug ring Hai Phong city’s police bust major drug ring

Police in the northern port city of Hai Phong on August 20 busted a drug trafficking ring led by Bui Thi Thu Trang, born in 1984, arresting more than 20kg of drugs of different kinds.

city issues new regulations on land compensation resettlement for individuals organisations City issues new regulations on land compensation, resettlement for individuals, organisations

The HCM City’s People’s Committee has issued Decree 28 which contains new regulations on compensation, support and resettlement for individuals and organissations whose land has been taken back by the State for public work projects.

no indication north korea nuclear activities stopped uns iaea No indication North Korea nuclear activities stopped: UN's IAEA

The UN's nuclear watchdog said it had not seen any indication that nuclear activities in North Korea have stopped despite its pledges to denuclearise.

eight hikers die as flash flood hits italys calabria Eight hikers die as flash flood hits Italy's Calabria

Eight hikers died when a mountain river suddenly flooded in Italy's southern Calabria region, with five people still missing, local emergency services said on Monday (Aug 20).

australian pm turnbull survives party leadership challenge Australian PM Turnbull survives party leadership challenge

Embattled Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull survived a leadership challenge from within his own party on Tuesday (Aug 21) as discontent with his rule boiled over less than a year before national elections.

mexico city starts demolishing quake collapse school Mexico City starts demolishing quake collapse school

Workers in Mexico City began tearing down an elementary school on Monday (Aug 20) that collapsed in a devastating earthquake last year, killing 19 children and seven adults.

malaysia pm mahathir calls for chinas help with fiscal problems Malaysia PM Mahathir calls for China's help with fiscal problems

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad called on China's top leadership to help with his country's fiscal problems Monday (Aug 20), as he seeks to revise major Beijing-backed projects signed under his country's scandal-plagued former regime.

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