(VOV) - Many Vietnamese businesses have expressed pessimism about next year’s economy, anticipating numerous difficulties and challenges requiring greater efforts to overcome.
(VOV) - The Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) topped the list of 500 largest enterprises in 2012.
(VOV) - State-owned enterprises (SOEs) continue to be the leading tax contributors in the list of the 1,000 leading corporate taxpayers in Vietnam, accounting for 58 percent of total tax payments this year.
(VOV) -Vietnam Report has made public a list of 1,000 corporate tax payers in 2012, with their total amount reaching up to VND54 billion of which state-owned enterprises accounted for 58.44 percent.
Experts have urged Vietnamese businesses to be proactive in seeking foreign capital and reduce their reliance on loans from domestic banks.
Vietnam earned US$63.55 billion from exports in the first seven months of this year, reaching a trade surplus of approximately US$90 million, according to the national customs agency.
It’s no easy task to keep Vietnam’s economic recovery on track, according to a recent survey on economic restructuring conducted by Vietnam Report JSC.
Vietnam Report Joint Stock Company (Vietnam Report) will announce rankings in 2011 - a list of 500 businesses achieving the fastest growth rates in Vietnam on February 21.
The list of Vietnam’s top 500 largest enterprises by revenue in 2011 (VNR 500) was released on November 29 with the Top 30 reaching a turnover of more than US$1 billion.
Vietnam’s FPT Group has become one of the 1,000 global companies listed as Foundation Members of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The number of domestic used-car increased significantly during September after suffering a period of decline.
Vietnam’s electricity sector aims to achieve 12 percent year-on-year growth in order to meet the demand for electricity as the country’s population is estimated to reach 100 million by 2020.
Vietnam Report has released the first FAST500 - a list of 500 companies with the fastest growth rate in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Report Joint Stock Company (Vietnam Report) officially announced the list of top 500 Vietnamese companies in 2010 (VNR500) and presented insignia to the winners in Ho Chi Minh City on January 15.
The Vinashin Business Group and PV Oil are no longer among the Vietnam’s top ten companies, according to the Vietnam Report (VNR500) Ranking Board for 2010 announced on November 25.