Ruble sinks to 80 a dollar defying surprise Russia rate increase

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Ruble sinks to 80 a dollar defying surprise Russia rate increase

The ruble plunged to 80 a dollar for the first time as investors speculated Russia will announce capital controls after the largest interest-rate increase in 16 years failed to revive confidence in the currency.

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If crude oil prices fall, will the public debt go up?

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If crude oil prices fall, will the public debt go up?

VietNamNet Bridge – Economists have warned that the drop in the crude oil price will put pressure on the public debt, because the government will have to issue more bonds and increase borrowing.

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Moody's ups VN banking system's rating to stable

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Moody's Investors Service raised the outlook on Vietnam's banking system to stable from a negative assessment, noting a stable business climate, improved macro-economic situation and easing liquidity stress.

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Moody's ups VN banking system's rating to stable

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Moody's ups VN banking system's rating to stable

Moody's Investors Service raised the outlook on Vietnam's banking system to stable from a negative assessment, noting a stable business climate, improved macro-economic situation and easing liquidity stress.

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Thai billionaire’s debt spree evokes Asian crisis memory

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A borrowing spree by Thai billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont that raised debt to almost six times equity is adding to mounting corporate liabilities and reviving memories of the 1997 Asian crisis.

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Moody's ups Vietnam banking system's rating to stable

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Moody's Investors Service raised the outlook on Vietnam's banking system to stable from a negative assessment, noting a stable business climate, improved macro-economic situation and easing liquidity stress.

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Moody's ups VN banking system's rating to stable

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Moody's Investors Service raised the outlook on Viet Nam's banking system to stable from a negative assessment, noting a stable business climate, improved macro-economic situation and easing liquidity stress.

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Vietnam’s public debt is still within sustainable threshold

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Vietnam’s public debt is still within sustainable threshold

VietNamNet Bridge – Many questions have recently surfaced over a lot of macroeconomic issues in Vietnam, especially the use of official development assistance (ODA), the country’s rising public debt, and institutional changes among others. The Saigon Times Daily talked with Victoria Kwakwa, country director for the World Bank in Vietnam, about such controversial issues.

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Government says national debt can be resolved

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Government says national debt can be resolved

VietNamNet Bridge – The government and the National Finance Supervisory Council both have denied that debts are reaching a “dangerously high” level that could lead to insolvency.

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Quang Ngai: first fishermen access Decree 67-mandated loans

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Quang Ngai: first fishermen access Decree 67-mandated loans

The first 40 fishermen in the central province of Quang Ngai are eligible for borrowing money from banks to build new fishing vessels under the Government’s Decree 67.

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Vietnam must wean itself off foreign aid: lawmakers

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Vietnam must wean itself off foreign aid: lawmakers

Related agencies should strengthen management of official development assistance (ODA) as waste and corruption continue to plague ODA-funded projects, according to comments made by delegates during the ongoing National Assembly (NA) session.

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Vietnam should gradually reduce, then stop receiving foreign aids: lawmakers

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Vietnam should gradually reduce, then stop receiving foreign aids: lawmakers

Related agencies should strengthen management of official development assistance (ODA) as waste and corruption continue to plague ODA-funded projects, according to comments made by delegates during the ongoing National Assembly (NA) session.

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NA to exercise oversight of ODA funding

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NA to exercise oversight of ODA funding

(VOV) - Over the past two decades, official development assistance (ODA) has been a key source of funding for infrastructure projects, which has helped Vietnam make great socio-economic strides.

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New circular guides registration of foreign loans

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New circular guides registration of foreign loans

The State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) issued Circular 25/2014/TT-NHNN on 15 September 2014 containing guidelines for registering foreign loans that are not guaranteed by the Government (hereinafter referred to as foreign loans) as well as changes made to them. The Circular applies to residents that are enterprises, co-operatives, co-operative alliances and credit institutions other than State owned commercial banks, and foreign bank branches established and operating in Viet Nam as borrowers ("Borrower"), and organisations and individuals involved in the...

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China to impose quota on local government debt amid risks

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China announced plans to cap the amount of debt local governments can take on and ban them from additional borrowing through financing vehicles as authorities step up efforts to control risks to the financial system.

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