Vietnam plans to sell more bonds abroad next year: report

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Vietnam plans to sell more bonds abroad next year: report

The Ministry of Finance has advised the government to continue issuing more bonds next year to refinance existing debts and raise funds for long-term projects, local media reported.

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MOF fears state budget lacks money as banks don’t buy bonds

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MOF fears state budget lacks money as banks don’t buy bonds

VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has warned that the state budget will lack VND32 trillion this year because of the cap the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has set on the amount of government bonds commercial banks can buy.

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Vietnam bonds at multi-month low on banks' lower liquidity

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Vietnam bonds at multi-month low on banks' lower liquidity

Vietnamese bond prices hit their lowest in several months as banks, major buyers of debt assets, reported lower liquidity and as the state seeks to keep down its borrowing.

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Kaisa deadline looms for $52M payment

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Troubled property developer Kaisa has until today to pay $52M or become the first Chinese company to default. Today marks the end of a 30-day grace period on its U.S. dollar bonds. Bloomberg’s Katrina Nicholas reports on “Trending Business.”

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MPC mulls issuing non-convertible bonds to raise more working capital

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MPC mulls issuing non-convertible bonds to raise more working capital

Minh Phu Seafood Corporation JSC (MPC) may decide to issue 2,500 non-convertible bonds for periods of three years or more at the annual shareholders meeting on April 18.

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Are the new regulations able to reduce mounting bad debts?

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Are the new regulations able to reduce mounting bad debts?

Vietnam Asset Management Company (VAMC) has been powered up with enough muscle to handle bad debts under the new regulations, yet according to some experts, the company might still not be sturdy enough to handle the country’s current gigantic level of bad debts.

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VAMC capital to go up to over 90 million USD

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The government has decided to raise the Vietnam Asset Management Company's (VAMC) charter capital to 2 trillion VND (93.89 million USD) from 500 billion VND (23.47 million USD).

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VAMC capital to go up to VND2 trillion

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The government has decided to raise the Vietnam Asset Management Company's (VAMC) charter capital to VND2 trillion (US$93.89 million) from VND500 billion (US$23.47 million).

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VAMC to increase charter capital to VND2 trillion

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VAMC to increase charter capital to VND2 trillion

The government has decided to raise the Vietnam Asset Management Company's (VAMC) charter capital to VND2 trillion (US$93.89 million) from VND500 billion ($23.47 million).

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VAMC capital to go up to VND2 trillion

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VAMC capital to go up to VND2 trillion

The government has decided to raise the Vietnam Asset Management Company's (VAMC) charter capital to VND2 trillion (US$93.89 million) from VND500 billion (US$23.47 million).

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VAMC capital to go up to VND2 trillion

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VietNam News English 3 week(s) ago 4 related news

The government has decided to raise the Viet Nam Asset Management Company's (VAMC) charter capital to VND2 trillion (US$93.89 million) from VND500 billion ($23.47 million).

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Financial market: Interest rate, exchange rates up, stock index down

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Financial market: Interest rate, exchange rates up, stock index down

VietNamNet Bridge - Increasing demand for loans in Vietnamese dong has caused the lending interest rate to rise, while the stock market has been hurt by US dollar appreciation.

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Bank’s bad debt: easier bought than sold

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Bank’s bad debt: easier bought than sold

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has released an ultimatum for commercial banks that they must sell all their bad debts by the end of the third quarter of 2015.

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Bank’s bad debt: easier bought than sold

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Bank’s bad debt: easier bought than sold

VietNamNet Bridge - The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has released an ultimatum for commercial banks that they must sell all their bad debts by the end of the third quarter of 2015.

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Central bank orders lenders to sell bad debts by September

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Central bank orders lenders to sell bad debts by September

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