Many enterprises that pay tax have been paying a sharply dropping amount in the financial and real estate enterprises.
VCN - Vietnam's economy in 2019 had fast and sustainable development, a "repeated" comment of many domestic and international experts when talking about Vietnam's growth rate. We are proud and ...
VCN- According to insurance enterprises, as of the beginning of October 2019, the total fee revenue of life insurance enterprises was estimated at VND 74,477 billion, up 24.5 percent compared ...
The revenue collection of HCM City Customs Department in nine months achieved more than 80 percent
VCN - By the end of May 2019, Vietnam's import and export value has reached nearly 200 billion USD.
VCN - Vietnam logistics has changed drastically, being recognized as one of the industries that play an essential role to support other economic sectors.
In March, the total State Revenue collected by the tax sector was 93,100 billion VND, equal to 8% of current appropriation
Vietnam’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 7.08 percent in 2018, the highest in the past 11 years, the General Statistics Office (GSO) announced on December 27.
In 9 months of 2018, total amount of import-export declarations which are implemented procedures by Customs sector is 8.86 million declarations
VCN- According to the general assessment, 24% of the target of economic restructuring is expected to be completed, 32% of targets can be completed and up to 41% of targets ...
In the first 5 months of 2018, the Tax sector revenue achieved more than 445,000 billion VND.
With the positive growth momentum in the first four months of this year, the agriculture and rural development sector is confident to reach and exceed the major targets of 2018.
The business conditions in Vietnam continue to improve in the end of quarter 1/2018, but the growth rate is slower than the previous month (2/2018).
This result has a sign of significant growth compared to the same period in 2017 as there is an increase of 2 more commodities groups.
What does 2018 hold for Vietnam’s economy? Sebastian Eckardt, World Bank’s lead economist for Vietnam, gives VIR an analysis of the country’s positive macro-economic performance in 2017, as well as ...