VCN- Speaking at the conference, Mr. Nguyen Hoang Minh, Deputy Director of Ho Chi Minh City State Bank, said that in 2020, banking operations will continue to be stable and ...
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) slashed interest rates for the second time since September.
Driven by growth momentum on the back of the ASEAN Economic Community, Vietnam’s investment picture in the region is expected to reach brighter prospects next year when the country takes ...
The State Bank of Vietnam will intensify the supervision of implementing interest rates and credit programs of credit institutions whilst also strictly handling relevant infringements.
The State Bank of Vietnam would hold its benchmark refinancing and discount rate at 6.25 per cent and 4.25 per cent, respectively, along with its 14 per cent credit growth ...
Banks, enterprises and depositors are all concerned about what will become of deposit and lending interest rates.
The manufacturing and processing sector garnered the most interest from foreign investors in 2018, attracting 16.58 billion USD, or 47 percent of the registered capital.
Mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam in this year first nine months has seen continuously strong momentum with a number of key transactions in commercial and residential sectors
VCN - Mr. To Trung Thanh, from Economics Faculty, National Economics University, Hanoi, forecasts that the exchange rate fluctuations this year may be around 4-5%.
VCN- According to experts, interest rates are suffering much more pressure than in 2016 and credit growth has been relatively positive in recent years.
VCN-In the first months of 2017, many people are concerned whether the interest rate will follow this trend or not?
Thanks to the clear improvement of the business environment, credit establishments (Ces) were quite optimistic and confident in new developments in 2017.
VCN - The State Bank of Vietnam has reported the results of monetary policy in 11 months of 2016. The indicators are stabilized and within acceptable levels.
Endless credit poses the risk of funds being misused by the country's four major banks.
Emerging market funds that invest in Vietnamese stocks are growingly in popularity among Republic of Korea (ROK) investors attracted by the lure of earning higher rates of return than they ...