CPI enjoys growth in eighth consecutive month

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CPI enjoys growth in eighth consecutive month

VGP – The consumer price index (CPI) in May picked up 0.54% against the previous month and 2.28% against the same period last year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

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Franchisers flock to Vietnam to establish foreign brands

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Franchisers flock to Vietnam to establish foreign brands

Franchising has grown into a prevailing investment channel with strong adaptability and a bright growth prospect in Vietnam.

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Rentokil Initial boosts Vietnam brand

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Rentokil Initial boosts Vietnam brand

The trade pacts that Vietnam has joined recently, and the rising income in the country have had a positive impact on the hygiene, pest control, and premium scenting business here. Paul Clifford, managing director of pest control and hygiene service provider, Rentokil Initial Vietnam, spoke with VIR’s Hong Anh about how the above factors have affected the company’s global growth plan and led to an increase in the demand for Rentokil Initial’s services.

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Vietnam launches nutrition days 2016

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The National Nutrition Institute under the Ministry of Health yesterday launched nutrition days themed “ People should use food having nutritional supplements necessary for brain growth, health and life quality” in the northern province of Ha Nam.

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Fitch affirms Vietnam rating at ’BB-’ with a stable outlook

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Fitch affirms Vietnam rating at ’BB-’ with a stable outlook

Fitch Ratings ​recently affirmed Vietnam’s long-term foreign and local currency IDRs at ’BB-’ with a stable outlook.

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FinTech - Solution or Challenge to Vietnamese Consumer Finance companies?

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FinTech - Solution or Challenge to Vietnamese Consumer Finance companies?

The Vietnamese Consumer Finance Market (CF) has witnessed the fastest growth in 2015 domestic and foreign-owned finance companies are in a fierce competition for a slice of the consumer loans market.

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Tapping the true potential of US investment into Vietnam

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Tapping the true potential of US investment into Vietnam

Despite the quantitative and qualitative growth of US investment into Vietnam, much remains to be done to make the best use of this capital source. Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung spoke with VIR’s Nguyen Duc about this issue.

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G-7 warns on weak global growth as Japan bristles over yen

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G-7 warns on weak global growth as Japan bristles over yen

Finance chiefs from the world’s biggest developed economies meeting in Japan underscored concerns that global growth is flagging and reaffirmed a pledge not to deliberately weaken their currencies, even as Japan again warned on the yen’s surge.

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Lacking new ideas, G7 to agree on 'go-your-own-way' approach

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Lacking new ideas, G7 to agree on 'go-your-own-way' approach

A rift on fiscal policy and currencies is likely to set the stage for G7 advanced economies to agree on a "go-your-own-way" response to address risks hindering global economic growth at their finance leaders' gathering on Friday.

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Thailand’s Amata expects strong growth in Vietnam with new industrial park

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Thailand’s Amata expects strong growth in Vietnam with new industrial park

Amata Corporation, Thailand’s biggest industrial estate developer, is expecting its operation in Vietnam will cash in hugely this year as one of its three industrial park projects here is almost ready for investors.

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U.S. trade panel says TPP would have small positive effect on growth

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U.S. trade panel says TPP would have small positive effect on growth

The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Wednesday that the sweeping pan-Pacific trade deal President Barack Obama wants Congress to approve before he leaves office would likely have only a small positive effect on U.S. growth.

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Logistics firms seek growth

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Logistics firms seek growth

The logistics industry in Việt Nam, which is expected to develop strongly in coming years, needs a new legal framework that would address future growth and its participation in a more competitive international environment, an official of the Việt Nam Institute of Logistics said at a seminar held in HCM City yesterday.

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Asian stocks chase Wall St down, Japan GDP beats forecasts

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Asian stocks chase Wall St down, Japan GDP beats forecasts

Asian stock markets mostly fell on Wednesday (May 18) after a two-day rally and strong US data that fuelled talk of an interest rate rise, while Tokyo swung back and forth following a better-than-forecast economic growth reading.

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Can virtual reality translate into real profits?

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Can virtual reality translate into real profits?

With growth hard to come by amid the lethargic economy, companies ranging from snowmobile manufacturers to furniture sellers are incorporating virtual reality that so far has mostly been found in video games. Their bet: that the trendy headset-based technology can help them build sales and cut costs.

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Japan's Abe: G7 sees need to boost demand, address supply constraints

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Japan's Abe: G7 sees need to boost demand, address supply constraints

G7 leaders agree on the need to take measures to boost global demand and eliminate factors that hamper productivity amid lingering risks to the world economy, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday.

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