VCN- On 17th August 2017, the Standing Committee of the National Assembly gave its opinion on the adjustment of central budget plan of the Government in 2017.
The State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC) had invested in 141 businesses as of July 31 with total State capital of almost 19.56 trillion VND (860.6 million USD) among their combined ...
Capital movements across the Southeast Asian region have begun to take shape evidenced by the growing interest in international investment
VCN - The Ministry of Finance confirms that the disbursement rate of 5.8% of the 2017 budget plan of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) as of June 30, 2017 ...
VCN - As the Ministry "holding" many groups, large corporations, progress of equitization, divestment of the Ministry of Industry and Trade is quite interested by public opinion.
VCN - With difficult and formidable task, the Ministries, sectors and Government leaders introduced many measures to ensure the growth target.
VCN- According to the GSO, GDP growth of 6.17% in the second quarter which higher than the first quarter (5.15%) has shown the economic prosperity.
VCN- The FDI attraction in the first five months in 2017 exceeded $US 12 billion, the more important thing is, while the new registered capital is even lower than in ...
VCN- The Ministry of Planning and Investment has just released the draft directive of the Prime Minister on the socio-economic development plan for 2018.
VCN- Total actual value of 13 enterprises approved for equitization plan was 4,157 billion vnd, with the value of State capital portion of 1,218 billion vnd.
Renowned US corporations like Uber, Coca-Cola, Exxon Mobil, Cargil and Pfizer are expanding their business in Vietnam, contributing to Vietnam’s export growth.
VCN- In the report sent to the National Assembly, the Ministry of Finance said by early March 2017, the ministries and central agencies have basically accomplished allocated budgets for units, ...
Vietnam urgently needs an effective model for managing State capital at State-owned enterprises (SOEs) to prevent loss and corruption while promoting efficiency in using State capital.
VCN - At this stage, the process of equitization and divestment in SOEs will focus on “quality” rather than “quantity”.
Most banks of small and medium size are mulling over scaling up capital sources to boost their financial strength.