China considering suspending IPOs amid stock market plunge

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Chinese regulators are considering suspending initial public offerings to stabilize the country’s tumbling stock markets, people familiar with the matter said.

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Philippine remittances up in April

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Philippine remittances up in April

Remittances in the Philippines in April stood at 2 billion USD, climbing 5.1 percent from the same month last year.

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Gov’t report: GDP growth high despite oil price volatility

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VietnamNet English 2 month(s) ago

Despite concerns over the negative impact of the world oil price plunge, gross domestic product (GDP) growth last year and in the first quarter was higher than targeted.

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Coffee output drops one fifth due to bad weather

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Coffee output drops one fifth due to bad weather

Bad weather led to a 20 percent fall in coffee output in the 2014-15 crop in the domestic market, according to the Vietnam Coffee and Cacao Association.

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Indices dive on heavy sell-offs

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Indices dive on heavy sell-offs

Shares continued to plunge on May 18 despite net buys by foreign investors.

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Indices dive on heavy sell-offs

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Indices dive on heavy sell-offs

Shares continued to plunge yesterday despite net buys by foreign investors.

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Bad weather knocks coffee output by 20%

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Bad weather knocks coffee output by 20%

Bad weather led to a fall in coffee output in the 2014-15 crop in the domestic market, according to the Viet Nam Coffee and Cacao Association.

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Rice shipments to Africa to bounce back this year

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Rice shipments to Africa to bounce back this year

Viet Nam's rice export to Africa is likely to rebound significantly this year, based on the rapid growth seen in the first quarter, according to the Department of Africa, West Asia and South Asia Markets under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

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January-April crude oil exports down by US$1 billion

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January-April crude oil exports down by US$1 billion

VietNamNet Bridge – The world’s oil price plunge led Vietnam’s crude oil export turnover to fall by US$1 billion in the first four months of this year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

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Stock markets in Vietnam see $1.7bn loss, year-to-date largest fall

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Stock markets in Vietnam see $1.7bn loss, year-to-date largest fall

Vietnam’s stock markets on Monday witnessed the sharpest drop in the year to date, also the worst single-day plunge, after losing VND37 trillion (US$1.7 billion) in market capitalization.

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Stock markets in Vietnam see $1.7bn loss, year-to-date largest fall

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Stock markets in Vietnam see $1.7bn loss, year-to-date largest fall

Vietnam’s stock markets on Monday witnessed the sharpest drop in the year to date, also the worst single-day plunge, after losing VND37 trillion (US$1.7 billion) in market capitalization.

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Harvest prices plunge for fruit growers in Mekong Delta

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Harvest prices plunge for fruit growers in Mekong Delta

Fruit growers in the Mekong Delta region are getting less for their harvest while consumers are paying more because there are too many middle-men in the supply chain and growers lack adequate planning for their production.

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Vietnam’s Q1 seafood exports plunge amid fierce competition

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Vietnam’s Q1 seafood exports plunge amid fierce competition

Vietnam earned US$1.65 billion from seafood exports in the first quarter, down 17 percent from the same period last year, an industry group said.

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Vietnam seeks new markets for agro-forestry-fishery products

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Vietnam is struggling to explore new markets for its agro-forestry-fishery products as the 13 percent annual plunge in export value during the first quarter was partly ascribed to the excessive dependence on traditional markets, the Government’s online newspaper reported.

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Air pollution levels drop in China: Greenpeace

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Air pollution levels drop in China: Greenpeace

Air pollution levels in some of China's smoggiest cities fell by nearly a third in the first quarter of this year, environmental campaign group Greenpeace said on Tuesday.

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