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Japanese investors keen on Vietnamese banks

Japanese investors have seen the slump in the securities market as an opportunity to buy stocks on the cheap in Vietnamese banks.

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HP considering PC spinoff, buying software company

Hewlett-Packard, the world's top personal computer maker, announced Thursday it is considering spinning off its PC unit in a historic shift away from the consumer market.

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Two meetings address Vietnam’s socioeconomic issues

The Consultative Group for Vietnam, and Vietnam Business Forum will convene mid-year in Ha Tinh Province and Hanoi.

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Government agencies seriously lacking security experts

If Vietnam cannot settle the current deficiency of information security experts, it will fail in building up an e-government and become an IT power.

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Rag trade eyes moves to low cost Vietnam

More foreign garment and textile investors are stitching up investment deals in Vietnam as production costs rise in China.

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Sugar makers face difficulties

Sugar manufacturers across the country are struggling due to oversupply and a lack of demand that have forced prices down by USD50/tonne.

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Green business competition launched

The British Council has launched an eco-friendly business competition for entrepreneurs in Vietnam.

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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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