(VOV) - The Vietnamese manufacturing sector slowed down in November to a fractional pace as a fall in new orders broadly offset continued expansion of output and employment, according to HSBC Vietnam.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s trade exchange with Europe and the US remains relatively stable and strong, despite the recent global economic downturn and sluggish Chinese market growth.
(VOV) -The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) has reported Vietnam’s September Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rose above the 50.0 neutral reading to 51.5.
Vietnam, with a population of around 90 million, strong economic growth and its proximity to China, is one of the more appealing markets in Asia, according to The Australian Financial Review, a leading daily newspaper.
Vietnam’s manufacturing sector showed signs of near stabilization even though its output and new orders continued to fall in August, according to HSBC.
(VOV) - Although the economic recession is finally beginning to bottom out, Vietnam may find its 5.5% GDP target a hard nut to crack.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s manufacturing sector continued to contract in July, slowing its slide as production and new orders began levelling out. Employment finished the month unchanged.
(VOV) - The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) Future First Program will provide US$153,000 (VND3.2 billion) for six NGO-funded projects in Vietnam and SOS Children Village.
(VOV) -Many companies in the manufacturing sector have to cut back their production due to a sharp decline in export orders.
(VOV) - HSBC’s monthly report predicts Vietnam’s GDP growth rate will only reach 5.1 percent in 2013, 0.4 percent lower than its previous forecast.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s manufacturing sector continued its subdued start to 2013, as May saw outputs, new orders and employment all slip back into contraction following modest gains in the previous two months.
HSBC (Vietnam) Ltd. (HSBC Vietnam) was named the Best for Overall Market Share in Vietnam in the Euromoney Foreign Exchange Survey 2013.
The Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) of Vietnam’s manufacturing sector posted 51 points in April, up slightly from 50.8 a month ago, signalling improvements in operating conditions for the first time in almost two years.
(VOV) - Currently, Vietnam’s interest rates on loans are still highest in the region despite strenuous efforts by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) to adjust them since mid-2012.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s manufacturing sector bounced back in March, with its Purchase Managers’ Index (PMI) rising above the neutral 50.0 mark, posting a 23-month high of 50.8.