(VOV) - Due to a sharp fall in both volume and price in the first quarter of 2013, rubber exports earned 24.2 percent less than in the same period last year.
(VOV) -Businesses regard value added tax (VAT) reductions as a practical measure to help them through a difficult time.
(VOV) - Not a few commercial banks are willing to reduce interest rates on loans down to 9 or 10 percent, despite low credit growth posing a huge challenge to the national economy.
(VOV) - The National Financial Supervision Committee has forecast that Vietnam’s inflation rate in 2013 will be controlled at less than 7 percent.
The UNESCO office in Vietnam, in conjunction with the Danang Museum of Cham Sculpture, opened an exhibition on the World Heritage Sites of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam in the central city of Danang on March 28.
State budget revenue dropped by 1.9 percent in the first two months of the year to US$5.52 billion, accounting for 14.1 percent of the year’s estimated total.
The Government has taken measures to ease difficulties facing businesses during the prolonged economic downturn.
An Vat Sai Gon (Noshing in Sai Gon), by Chu Thi Hong Anh and photographer Tran Viet Duc, is hoped to inspire all lovers of eating out in Ho Chi Minh City.
(VOV) - The current National Assembly session on November 10 approved a resolution on State budget estimates for 2013, allowing the government to raise the minimum monthly wage for State employees as from July 2013.
(VOV) - Despite Government support, many businesses and sectors are still striving to escape the general downturn independently.
Nearly 2000 enterprises returned operation in June and July, according to the Deputy Finance Minister Do Hoang Anh Tuan.
An international seminar on Vietnam’s reform of the value-added tax (VAT) and corporate income tax, was held in Hanoi on August 8.
If the price of pepper remains as high as in July at more than US$7,000 per tonne, pepper exports in 2012 can reach 110,000-115,000 tonnes, to earn US$770-780 million in revenue, according to the Vietnam Pepper Association (VPA).
The falling inflation index in the first half of this year is attributed to unanticipated factors and the lack of middle and long-term strategies for stable economic growth.
Sixteen leading chief information officials (CIO) in Southeast Asia were honoured at an award ceremony in Hanoi on July 19.