adb provides us 300m loan to bidv to support smes in vietnam ADB provides US$300m loan to BIDV to support SMEs in Vietnam

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) signed a US$300 million loan agreement on Wednesday to support the growth and productivity of small and medium-sized ...

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expressway concessions in deadlock Expressway concessions in deadlock

Despite recent positive signals, the road for foreign investors to acquire expressway concessions in Vietnam remains long due to the lack of legal framework, hindering interested investors. Tung Anh reports.

vbf 2018 urges vietnam to push home advantage VBF 2018 urges Vietnam to push home advantage

Private financiers are expected to approach more bankable ­ investment projects, particularly in  infrastructure development in Vietnam on the back of the government's strong new moves and commitments. Bich Thuy reports.

TPI from Thailand drives for billion-dollar projects in Quang Tri

If TPI's proposal is approved, Quang Tri will receive a number of petroleum, gas, and logistics projects with the total investment value of USD billions.

Vietnam’s largest offshore wind farm pushes ahead

Vietnam is expected to have its largest offshore wind power project, which if becoming feasible, will greatly contribute to ensuring the country’s energy security.

cooling tensions help stocks recover Cooling tensions help stocks recover

Vietnamese shares ended on Wednesday on a high note, along with other Asian markets, with higher oil prices and improved confidence in cooling trade tensions.

banks in search for additional credit growth space Banks in search for additional credit growth space

As many banks have reached their credit growth limit, they are seeking for additional space from the central bank to meet the year-end credit demand.

Cisco ACI helps VIB increase network throughput and mobile banking experience
traffic accidents caused by potholes raise public concern Traffic accidents caused by potholes raise public concern

A series of recent traffic accidents in central Vietnam have been blamed on potholes and road mismanagement recently, raising public concerns over traffic safety and the responsibility of agencies.

global volunteers arrive with ambitions for brighter future Global volunteers arrive with ambitions for brighter future

The multitude of charitable activities such as poverty reduction and ­community development undertaken by international volunteers have made great contributions to the development of Vietnam. Carrying the spirit of international solidarity, they have helped turn ...

arrests raise loan sharks higher on social agenda Arrests raise loan sharks higher on social agenda

Vietnamese authorities have vowed to clamp down on ­illegal moneylenders after the biggest loan shark group in the country was found to be torturing staff members.

oil producers to review cuts impact in april uae Oil producers to review cuts impact in April: UAE

DUBAI: Oil producers who agreed last week to trim production to boost prices will meet in April to review the impact and sign a long-term pact, the UAE minister said Wednesday.

beijing offers to cut auto tariffs buy soy us official Beijing offers to cut auto tariffs, buy soy: US official

China has agreed to cut tariffs on autos imported from the United States, and resume soybean purchases, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Wednesday (Dec 12), confirming the reports that delighted investors.

4 dead in strasbourg christmas market shooting gunman on the run 4 dead in Strasbourg Christmas market shooting, gunman on the run

France: A gunman killed at least four people and injured another 12 at the famed Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday (Dec 11) before fleeing the scene, security officials said.

nearly 100 injured in bangladesh poll campaign violence Nearly 100 injured in Bangladesh poll campaign violence

Bangladesh's election campaign turned violent Tuesday (Dec 11) with scores injured at political rallies across the country, as police fired pellet guns into crowds and stick-wielding mobs attacked rival candidates.

may tours europe in desperate bid to save brexit deal May tours Europe in desperate bid to save Brexit deal

Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May embarked on a tour of European capitals on Tuesday (Dec 11) in a desperate bid to salvage her Brexit deal, a day after delaying a parliamentary vote on the ...

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