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International Cement Review, issue April 2015, published the article “Vietnam’s export challenge” by StoxPlus.
 
Foreigners allowed to own homes for 100 years

Vietnam will allow foreigners to extend their home ownership by another 50 years, after the first 50-year period ends, according to a draft decree.

Public debt swells after dong devaluation - experts

Experts calculated that the nation’s public debt has swollen by some VND10 trillion after the central bank’s decision to devalue the local currency by 1% against on May 7.

Vietnam’s Export Challenge

International Cement Review, issue April 2015, published the article “Vietnam’s export challenge” by StoxPlus.

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Foreigners were the net buyers of Vietnamese shares on both the Hochiminh stock exchange and the Hanoi Stock Exchange today.
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Vietnam has grown less attractive to foreign investors in the food and beverage (F&B) sector than other regional countries including Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines, according to Grant Thornton.
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The overall health of the banking system has improved with the capital adequacy ratio (CAR) growing to 13.42% by end-February from the January 31, 2015 level of 12.93%, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) said.
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U.S. crude was steady early on Tuesday as firm demand supported prices and ample supply dragged.
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Having incurred heavy losses in 2014, Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) reported after-tax profit of over VND461 billion in quarter one this year, according to its report.
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The Vietnam Association of Property Brokers will make its debut on May 28 in Hanoi, according to the Vietnam Real Estate Association (VREA).
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G7 finance ministers to discuss recent forex moves

Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of Seven industrialized nations will discuss recent foreign exchange movements when they meet in Germany this week, a senior Canadian official said on May 25.

  Vietnam''s Risky Move To Strengthen Exports

When Vietnam devalued its currency four years ago, foreign investors in the fast-growing export manufacturing hub debated whether it was another sign of economic instability and a reason to consider pulling out.

 
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Vietnam Consumer Finance Report 2014

The main consumer finance market are dominating by the 6 foreign-owned finance companies as well as a number of local commercial banks.

Vietnam Cement Report 2013

While cement demand continues to be weak in 2012 and 2013, capacity increased rather quickly. In 2012, total sector capacity was 68.5mn tons while total consumption was just 45.2mn tons, equivalent to 67% capacity.

Vietnam Plastic Packaging Report 2013

Plastic packaging is an intersection sector between two industries, Plastics and Packaging. Plastics packaging sector can be broadly categorized into (i) Flexible packaging i.e. mostly for food sector; (ii) Plastic containers & Closures which are mostly for beverage sector; and (iii) Rigid packaging.

Vietnam Logistics Report 2013

Total logistics cost in Vietnam is largely at US$25bn and total transportation cost is about US$15bn. However, the sector is still in early development stages with more than 1200 companies.

Vietnam M&A 2012 Report and 2013 Outlook

Foreign investors and players continued making the acquisition of Vietnamese companies. Japanese investors are still the most active but they had a smooth shift to small and medium companies who are good at their niche markets.
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