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Ministry imposes anti-dumping duties on steel from China

Ministry imposes anti-dumping duties on steel from China

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has issued a decree imposing temporary anti-dumping duties on H-shaped steel products imported from China.

Vinacomin must shape up: Deputy PM

Vinacomin must shape up: Deputy PM

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has asked ministries to supervise operations of Viet Nam National Coal and Mineral Group (Vinacomin) after its poor production and business performance in 2015-16, according to Government portal chinhphu.vn.

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Number of new enterprises reaches record high

Number of new enterprises reaches record high

In Q1, 2017, 26,478 firms were founded with a total registered capital of VND 271.2 trillion, the Enterprise Development Agency.

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Enfinity wind power project investor still committed to Vietnam plan

Enfinity wind power project investor still committed to Vietnam plan

Tomorrow, March 28, Enfinity Ninh Thuan, the investor of the $266 million wind farm project in the central province of Ninh Thuan, will meet with the Ninh Thuan People's Committee once again to resolve all the pending issues to enable its delayed project to quickly make progress.

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PM lauds Quang Nam potential

PM lauds Quang Nam potential

Organic farming, hi-tech agriculture, tourism and services – these are the key growth areas for Quang Nam Province, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said on Sunday.

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PM okays $4.4 billion for agriculture loans

PM okays $4.4 billion for agriculture loans

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a resolution providing a credit package worth VND100,000 billion (US$4.4 billion) to invest in the development of high-tech agriculture at lower than market rates.

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Basel II big chance for banking M&As

Basel II big chance for banking M&As

As the foreign ownership cap gets lifted, Vietnamese banks can attract significant overseas capital if bad debts are tackled and lenders adopt Basel II standards. Tran Dinh Vinh, partner and head of Financial Services at KPMG, shared his thoughts on the matter with VIR’s Nam Phuong.

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The Dutch maritime connection

The Dutch maritime connection

The expertise and experience of the Dutch shipping industry will be made available to potential Vietnamese partners during a Dutch maritime mission to Vietnam from March 22-31. Pauline Eizema, deputy head of mission for the Embassy of the Netherlands in Vietnam, shared with VIR’s Hoang Anh some insights from the mission.

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Minister of Planning and Investment outlines next steps for Quang Nam

Minister of Planning and Investment outlines next steps for Quang Nam

Quang Nam has seen miraculous growth to become a very active province of the central region. Before the Quang Nam investment promotion conference, Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung talked to VIR’s Nguyen Duc about the things the province can do to further accelerate growth in the next period.

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KIDO frozen food division announces IPO

KIDO frozen food division announces IPO

KIDO Corporation (KDC) subsidiary Kido Frozen Foods JSC (KDF) has just announced its plan to hold its initial public offering (IPO) at the beginning of April.

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FDI attraction sets new record

FDI attraction sets new record

In the first quarter of 2017, total FDI in the country valued at US$ 7.71 billion, nearly doubling the US$ 3.4 billion ammount recorded in the first two months and up 91.5% against the same period last year, the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) reported.  

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Việt Nam halts meat imports from Brazil

Việt Nam halts meat imports from Brazil

Viet Nam has officially halted meat imports from 21 Brazilian companies, which are being investigated for allegedly bribing state officials to facilitate the sale and export of sub-standard meat products.

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A blueprint to lure sound investment

A blueprint to lure sound investment

The central province of Quang Nam has pledged to create a favourable and friendly investment climate for businesses. Dinh Van Thu, Chairman of the Quang Nam People’s Committee, shares his perspective with VIR’s Ha Linh on the efficiency of investment attraction in Quang Nam, as well as the province’s plans and strategies to draw more investment in the future.

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Private funding powers local supply chain leap

Private funding powers local supply chain leap

The question of how to raise assorted investment sources in Vietnam for national economic development has dominated the agenda of many economic forums. Senior economist Nguyen Mai discusses the latest efforts made by local firms to shape up and strengthen local and global product supply chains, and what Vietnam must do to boost private firms’ engagement with supporting industry development, laying the bedrock for the next economic leap.

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SBV should offer failing banks to foreign investors

SBV should offer failing banks to foreign investors

The vigorous restructuring of “zero VND” banks whose capital is believed to have fallen far below the minimum requirement of VND3 trillion ($140.6 million) is the main goal of the banking system this year. Dr Tran Du Lich, a financial and economic specialist, told VIR’s Thuy Vinh that buying out “zero VND” banks is only a temporary solution. It is time for the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) to stop interfering with the restructuring of “zero VND” banks.

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Isuzu Vietnam starts construction of after-sale service centre in Ho Chi Minh City

Isuzu Vietnam starts construction of after-sale service centre in Ho Chi Minh City

Japanese automaker Isuzu has picked Tan Phu Trung industrial zone (IZ) in Cu Chi district of Ho Chi Minh City as the location for its after-sale service centre.

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