HCM City urges banks to cut interest rates

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VietNam News English 6 day(s) ago

Interest rates on long - and medium-term loans should be lowered by at least 1.5-2 per cent to speed up credit growth and help companies revive, National Assembly delegates from HCM City have told commercial banks.

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The bar has been lowered on bar culture

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VietNam News English 3 week(s) ago

The bar has been lowered on bar culture

With the import of bar culture from Western countries, now Ha Noi's nightlife is being coloured by the birth of lively, dynamic bars. Increasingly, the opening of these bars is opening new leisure spots for young people to enjoy.

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Press digest – May 4-10

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Vietnam devalues dong for second time in 2015 to boost exports

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The State Bank of Vietnam devalued the dong for the second time this year in a bid to maintain export competitiveness.

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Vietnam allows 1 percent dong depreciation

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Vietnam has lowered the mid-point rate for trading its currency on the interbank market by 0.99 percent to 21,673 dong per dollar on Thursday, the central bank said via its data feed on Reuters Eikon system, its second depreciation this year.

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Press digest – May 5

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Import tariffs on diesel, mazut reduced

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Import tariffs on diesel, mazut reduced

NDO – The import taxes on diesel and mazut have been lowered by 8-12% this May, according to the Ministry of Finance (MOF).

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Thailand revises projection of GDP growth

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Thailand revises projection of GDP growth

Thailand has lowered their GDP growth rate to 3.7 percent from 3.9 percent because of export decline and slow recovery of the world economy.

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Vietnam lowers import duties on fuel products

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Vietnam lowers import duties on fuel products

The Ministry of Finance recently lowered import tariffs on some fuel products in a move to stabilize domestic retail prices before an environment tax increase this May.

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Vietnam lowers import duties on fuel products to prepare for green tax hike

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The Ministry of Finance on Tuesday lowered import tariffs on some fuel products in a move to stabilize domestic retail prices before an environment tax increase this May.

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Rice exporters report slow sales despite drop in price

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Rice exporters report slow sales despite drop in price

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese rice exporters have lowered selling prices, but are still finding it difficult to obtain export contracts.

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Low Vietnamese rice export in Q1

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Low Vietnamese rice export in Q1

Vietnam shipped 536,570 tonnes of rice worth 236 million USD abroad during the first quarter of this year, marking the lowest Q1 figures since 2009, announced Huynh The Nang, Deputy Chairman of the Vietnam Food Association (VFA).

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Price of petroleum remains steady

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VOV News English 2 month(s) ago 1 related news

Local petroleum retail prices remain unchanged at VND17,286 (US$0.80) per litre on March 26, while the Government has asked the stabilisation fund to be reduced.

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Price of petroleum remains steady

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VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago 1 related news

Local petroleum retail prices remain unchanged at VND17,286 (US$0.80) per litre yesterday, while the Government has asked the stabilisation fund to be reduced.

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Economists lower Singapore growth forecasts to 2.8 percent

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VietnamPlus English 2 month(s) ago

Economists have reduced the forecasted 2015 growth of Singapore to 2.8 percent from the previous 3.1 percent prediction due to weakened performance from the production and construction sectors, according to a recent survey by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).

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