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Hanoi licenses $5.4 billion worth of FDI projects

Hanoi licenses $5.4 billion worth of FDI projects

Hanoi granted investment certificates and awarded decisions of investment agreements to 71 projects with a total registered investment capital sum of VND397.33 trillion (over $17.65 billion) at the Hanoi 2018-Investment and Development Cooperation conference held on Sunday.

Vietnam sees more global hotel brands

Vietnam has witnessed an influx of international hotel brands and hotel management companies in the last few years, according to property consultant Savills Vietnam.

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Quang Binh seeks investment

The central province of Quang Binh is seeking investments for 48 projects valued at around VND50 trillion (USD2.2 billion).

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Vietnam's hotel market attracts foreign management companies

Vietnam has witnessed an influx of international hotel brands and hotel management companies in the last few years, according to property consultant Savills Vietnam.

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US President Donald Trump on Friday ignited his trade war with China, slapping tariffs on tens of billions in Chinese imports and sparking immediate retaliation from Beijing.

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Hanoi sets ambitious investment attraction goals

Hanoi has set a goal to attract up to VND270 trillion (USD12.3 billion) from both local and foreign investors this year.

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 Sweden's Wayne's Coffee arrives in Vietnam

The Wayne’s Coffee brand from Sweden has opened its first store in Vietnam, at the Viettel Complex in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 10.

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 Deputy PM attends 5th China-South Asia Expo in Kunming

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam attended the opening ceremony of the 5th China – South Asia Expo (CAS Expo) and the 25th China Kunming Import and Export Commodities Fair in Kunming, the capital of China’s Yunnan province on

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The Ministry of Justice has opposed to a new regulation by the Ministry of Transport which bans taxi firms from offering car-sharing services.

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Vietnamese shares recouped part of the week’s losses on February 9 as the current massive sell-off across the stock market triggered investors to scoop up stocks at bargain prices.

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Maximum credit growth this year is forecast to be just 18-19 percent, meaning that the banking system will not use up the increased room of 21 percent.

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Hanoi, Danang and HCM City’s taxi associations have sent a joint petition to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, asking for him to intervene to guarantee a fair business environment.

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With credit growth accelerating in the first quarter, many commercial banks may become more demanding in selecting lending customers.

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State-owned groups and enterprises have brought back VNĐ6.84 trillion (US$301 million) to the State coffer during their divestment process in 2016, according to the Finance Ministry.

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