Economy & Money

Overseas workers return home to underpaid jobs

For two years, Minh Nguyet has struggled to find a suitable job after returning to Hanoi from Japan where she worked for several years.


Vicostone named among top listed sustainable companies in 2022

Vicostone has made remarkable achievements with its profound corporate governance, high adaptability and flexibility in the face of market changes.


Việt Nam mulls ways to boost inbound travel

Strict visa policies and a shortage of human resources and infrastructure in the tourism sector have stymied recovery of the travel industry, and the target of five million international arrivals this year could be out of reach, industry players warn.


Power Plan VIII to remove more than 14 GW of coal-fired power

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has consulted the Government not to include 14,120 MW of coal-fired power in the national power master plan (PDP8) to achieve the goal of net zero emissions by 2050.


MoF transfers 35 unusual stock mark cases to investigation unit

Minister of Finance Hồ Đức Phớc, has responded in writing to a delegate of Lâm Đồng Province on issues related to the management of capital, stock and bond markets.


Wood fair opens in Bình Dương

More than 100 Vietnamese and foreign firms are showcasing advanced wood processing technologies, machinery and raw materials at the 2022 Việt Nam BIFA Wood exhibition which opened in Bình Dương Province on Monday (August 8).


NAPAS expands transfer-via-QR-code network

The National Payment Corporation of Vietnam (NAPAS) has expanded its NAPAS247 Quick Transfer via VietQR Code network to include five new banks.


More than 300 businesses attend ASEAN Online Sale Day 2022

ASEAN Online Sale Day 2022, part of activities marking the 55th founding anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), kicked off on Monday, drawing more than 300 businesses from the region.


Middlemen to blame for mounting prices

Fuel is the driving force behind mounting overall prices in many countries, but experts believe middlemen are more to blame in Việt Nam.


Gasoline products entitled to 10 per cent discount on preferential import tax

The Government has just issued a decree stipulating the import tax rate for gasoline products, with a reduction of 10 per cent on organic unleaded gasoline.


People prefer bank deposits amid global uncertainties

Accumulated and idle money of local people is continually flowing into banks in the context of increasing savings interest rates and rising risks of other investment channels amid the global uncertainties.


Securities firms raise capital on recovery of stock prices

Despite poor business results in the second quarter, many securities stocks have rebounded sharply after hitting the bottom on June 20-21.


Vietnamese steel faces more trade remedy lawsuits

The Mexican Secretariat of Economy has announced an anti-dumping investigation into cold-rolled steel imported from Việt Nam, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).


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