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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Vietnam lender BIDV sees 19 pct jump in annual pretax profit: investor

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Vietnam lender BIDV sees 19 pct jump in annual pretax profit: investor

Vietnam's lender BIDV, the country's second-biggest partly private bank by assets, expects pre-tax profit to climb 19 percent to 7.5 trillion dong ($350 million) this year, a shareholder said.

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Dung Quat Oil Refinery not to close

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Dung Quat Oil Refinery not to close

The Ministry of Finance has confirmed that the country's sole oil processing facility – the Dung Quat Oil Refinery – will not be closed thanks to a recent import tax reduction on petroleum products.

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Dung Quat Oil Refinery not to close

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Dung Quat Oil Refinery not to close

The Ministry of Finance has confirmed that the country's sole oil processing facility – the Dung Quat Oil Refinery – will not be closed thanks to a recent import tax reduction on petroleum products.

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Dung Quat Oil Refinery not to close

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VietnamNet English 3 day(s) ago 4 related news

The Ministry of Finance has confirmed that the country's sole oil processing facility – the Dung Quat Oil Refinery – will not be closed thanks to a recent import tax reduction on petroleum products.

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Dung Quat Oil Refinery not to close

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Dung Quat Oil Refinery not to close

The Ministry of Finance has confirmed that the country's sole oil processing facility – the Dung Quat Oil Refinery – will not be closed thanks to a recent import tax reduction on petroleum products.

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Dung Quat oil refinery will not close: finance ministry

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Dung Quat oil refinery will not close: finance ministry

The Ministry of Finance has confirmed that the country's sole oil processing facility – the Dung Quat Oil Refinery – will not be closed thanks to a recent import tax reduction on petroleum products.

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HAGL fulfills 91% of 2014 plan, sees $141m in revenue

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HAGL Group (HAGL) recorded revenue of VND3.05 trillion (US$141 million) last year, fulfilling 91 per cent of last year's business plan, said General Director Vo Truong Son at the company's annual shareholders meeting yesterday.

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Vinacomin plans public offering in order to raise charter capital

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Vinacomin plans public offering in order to raise charter capital

The Vinacomin - Minerals Holding Corporation (VIMICO) will hold its initial public offering on April 23 on the Ha Noi Stock Exchange (HNX).

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“Yarn forward” principle drives capital flow to fiber projects

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“Yarn forward” principle drives capital flow to fiber projects

VietNamNet Bridge - Eighty-five percent of textile and garment companies have outsourcing contracts with foreign partners, but the situation is expected to change when the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement becomes effective.

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Vinacomin plans public offering in order to raise charter capital

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The Vinacomin - Minerals Holding Corporation (VIMICO) will hold its initial public offering on April 23 on the Ha Noi Stock Exchange (HNX).

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New trade pacts mean steel will see hard times

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New trade pacts mean steel will see hard times

VietNamNet Bridge – The domestic steel sector would face difficulties due to fierce competition from imported steel, and the sharply reduced taxes levied on such imports, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said.

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New trade pacts mean steel will see hard times

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VietnamPlus English 1 week(s) ago 2 related news

The domestic steel sector would face difficulties due to fierce competition from imported steel, and the sharply reduced taxes levied on such imports, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said.

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Reforms help more firms to submit e-tax declarations

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Reforms help more firms to submit e-tax declarations

About 49,000 people did their personal income tax finalisation themselves last year, just half the number in 2013, the finance ministry reported.

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FDI boosts Vietnam’s economic growth

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FDI boosts Vietnam’s economic growth

Foreign direct investment (FDI) has played an important role in boosting Vietnam's economic growth, said participants of a workshop, held in Hanoi on April 9.

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