HCM City’s CPI rises 0.55%

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Báo điện tử CP English 3 day(s) ago

VGP – Ho Chi Minh City’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) in November 2016 increased 0.55% against the previous month and saw a year-on-year increase of 3.77%, according to the city’s statistical office.

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Food price hike leads to CPI surge

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Báo điện tử CP English 5 day(s) ago 1 related news

VGP – The consumer price index (CPI) in November saw a month-on-month increase of 0.48% and a year-on-year growth of 4.52%, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

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ROK business expo in HCM City

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Báo điện tử CP English 4 day(s) ago 1 related news

VGP - A festival on consumer products from the Republic of Korea (RoK) was held on November 27 in Ho Chi Minh City.

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Vietnam association apologizes for false fish sauce report, attracts fresh criticism

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 4 day(s) ago

A consumer association has made a public apology for the misleading findings of its survey on the safety of Vietnamese fish sauce, but has ended up igniting a wave of fresh criticism for the manner in which it has admitted its mistake.

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Vietnam’s CPI soars by 4.5 percent

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SaiGon GP English 4 day(s) ago

The country’s consumer price index (CPI) in November surged 0.48 percent from October, according to a report issued by General Statistics Office of Vietnam.

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SE Asia stocks subdued; Vietnam falls on foreign selling

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 4 day(s) ago

Vietnam stocks ended 1.6 percent lower on Monday, hurt by consumer staples and financials on foreign selling while other Southeast Asian markets were largely subdued as weaker oil prices weighed.

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11-month CPI climbs 2.47 percent

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Báo Dân Trí English 5 day(s) ago

The consumer price index (CPI) in the past 11 months of 2016 posted a year-on-year increase of 2.47 percent, the General Statistics Office (GSO) announced on November 28.

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Consumption loans jump in HCM City

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Báo Đầu Tư English 5 day(s) ago

Consumer credit in HCM City has grown by an average of 20 per cent per year during 2012-2015, according to the State Bank of Viet Nam.

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Stocks down, blue chips hit by profit-taking

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Báo Đầu Tư English 1 week(s) ago 1 related news

Shares retreated on Thursday morning after large-cap stocks lost momentum as investors locked in profits made in the previous three-day rise.

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Masan, banks lift local stocks

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Báo Đầu Tư English 1 week(s) ago 1 related news

Shares rallied for a third succession session on Wednesday, driven by consumer goods producer Masan Group’s dividend payment plan, while financial-banking stocks continued to perform well.

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Russia – potential market for Vietnam’s farm produce

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SaiGon GP English 1 week(s) ago

Russia is a potential market for aquatic and agricultural products and consumer goods from Vietnam, especially when the Vietnam-Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) Free Trade Agreement took effect, many experts have said.

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Stocks up after Masan reveals dividend plan

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Báo Đầu Tư English 1 week(s) ago

Markets stayed positive on Wednesday morning as consumer goods producer Masan Group’s stocks rose after it announced its dividend payment plan. Market liquidity, however, remained low owing to weak investor sentiment.

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Kimberly-Clark innovates for everyday life

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Báo Đầu Tư English 2 week(s) ago

Multinational company Kimberly-Clark is bringing innovation to everyday personal care products.

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VN attends int’l trade fair in India

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Báo điện tử CP English 2 week(s) ago

VGP – Viet Nam is participating in the 36th India International Trade Fair (IITF) that opened in the Indian capital city of New Delhi on November 14.

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In Vietnam, cheap cosmetics pose risk

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 2 week(s) ago

Cheap cosmetics that are ‘unofficially’ imported into Vietnam have increasingly become consumer favorites, yet are more than likely low-quality, counterfeit versions of famous brands.

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