A report by the National Committee for International Economic Co-operation has rated Ho Chi Minh City as being the nation's most internationally competitive city.
(VOV) - Hundreds of thousands of people living along the central and north-central coastal provinces have been ordered to evacuate from high-risk areas as Haiyan, the most destructive storm in history, is heading towards Vietnam.
(VOV) - Japan is now Vietnam’s third largest trade partner after China and the US with US$1.42 billion in export surplus from Vietnam, according to the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoIT).
(VOV) - Falling petrol prices prevented the Consumer Price Index (CPI) going up in October, rising 0.48% above its end of September readings, according to the domestic market watchdog.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s trade turnover was estimated at US$11.61 billion in the first half of October 2013, with its export revenue worth US$5.75 billion, the Vietnam Customs reported.
(VOV) - Vietnamese Trade Counselor to China Bui Huy Hoang expects two-way trade turnover between the two nations to hit US$60 billion by 2015.
President Truong Tan Sang underscored the Party and State’s consistent policy of global economic integration, saying that only an open-door strategy can stimulate development.
PetroVietnam on October 8 reported after-tax profits of VND38.2 trillion (US$1.819 billion) in the first nine months of the year, accounting for 87% of the group's annual target.
Vietnam’s total export turnover of aquatic products was estimated at over US$4.6 billion in the first nine months of this year, a year-on-year increase of 3%.
(VOV) - Typhoon Wutip, with top sustained winds of more than 120kph, has claimed first human lives and left a trail of destruction when it slammed into the central coastal region on September 30.
Petrol retailers have reduced their price by VND300 per litre as from 8pm on August 22 at the request of the ministries of Finance and Industry and Trade.
(VOV) - Vietnamese businesses are encouraged to penetrate deep into Malaysia – a potential market in Southeast Asia.
(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) -The consumer price index (CPI) is expected to rise 0.6% in August (twice as much as the estimated figure), if Hanoi makes adjustments in its hospital fees, announced the Ministry of Industry and Trade on July 30.
(VOV) - Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) statistics show that the national economy has made substantial progress in the first seven months of this year, with major economic indexes on track.