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Updated: 11:33 Tuesday, 24/02
Credit growth rose slightly in January, a good start for efforts to achieve a credit growth of 13 -15% this year, reported the Cong Thuong (Industry and Trade) newspaper.
 
Credit growth seen in January

Credit growth rose slightly in January, a good start for efforts to achieve a credit growth of 13 -15% this year, reported the Cong Thuong (Industry and Trade) newspaper.

More opportunities arise for Vietnamese seafood exported to RoK

The Republic of Korea (RoK) is now the fourth largest importer of Vietnamese seafood and this status will be boosted further with the Vietnam-RoK Free Trade Agreement (FTA) to be signed in 2015,

Vietnam’s offshore investments estimated at nearly US$20 billion

Vietnamese investors have poured US$19.78 billion into 930 projects abroad as of 31 December 2014, according to the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA).

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Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung struck the gong symbolizing the opening of the first trading session of the Year of the Goat at the Hanoi Stock Exchange on February 24, the sixth day of the Lunar New Year.
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Vietnam has become the biggest exporter to the United States in the Southeast Asian region with a record trade surplus of almost US$25 billion in 2014, surpassing Malaysia and Thailand.
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Many bank workers have done well after a relatively good year for Vietnam's banks, with employee incomes remaining strong for 2014, financial reports show.
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The Ministry of Industry and Trade’s proposal to allow importing 50,000 tons of sugar from Laos at an import tax rate of 0% has triggered concerns among local sugar refineries.
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Apart from banking and oil stocks, shares of real estate companies would attract a lot of cash flow and support the stock market to go up in the last week before the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, according to securities firms.
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City’s real estate market still in distress

Apart from banking and oil stocks, shares of real estate companies would attract a lot of cash flow and support the stock market to go up in the last week before the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, according to securities firms.

  City’s real estate market still in distress

Apart from banking and oil stocks, shares of real estate companies would attract a lot of cash flow and support the stock market to go up in the last week before the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, according to securities firms.

 
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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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