The retailer community last week was stirred up by the news that a Vietnamese enterprise had acquired a famous foreign retail brand just after one month of negotiations.
Domestic banks have unveiled positive business performance results in the first half of this year, with some new records being set.
The Vietnam National Quality Awards 2018 were presented at a ceremony in Hanoi on June 23, honouring 75 companies with remarkable achievements in product and service quality and business performance.
With increasingly high demand for electricity and the latest 8.36 percent electricity price spike, Electricity of Vietnam Group (EVN) and other power generation companies have seen profits soar.
A majority of credit institutions expect business performance this year will be better than 2017, according to the latest survey conducted by the State Bank of Vietnam on business trend among credit institutions in September.
Prosperous business performance and positive bank share price trends in the stock market are expected to help some commercial banks meet their capital increase deadline as required by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).
Experts’ reactions to the Ministry of Finance’s (MoF) tax adjustment draft have been mixed, while the business community struggles to keep up with the variety of proposed tax hikes.
Some 60% of local enterprises in a survey expect their business to do better in the second quarter of 2018 against the first quarter.
After gaining positive business performance last year, many banks have planned to hold annual general meetings (AGMs) for 2018 soon.
Jobseekers should have the ability to learn and the willingness to acquire new skills to stay competitive on the job market, as technologies will usher in drastic changes and pose huge challenges to them, heard a recent workshop in Hanoi.
The foreign investment is looking up, as the total capital pledged for investment in the country until August 20 was nearly equal to that for the entire 2016.
With rewards for the upcoming Tet holiday ranging from only less than US$5 to a brand new car, it's not going to be an equally happy new year for all.
Two large coal-run fertilizer plants, Ninh Binh and Ha Bac, and the industry as a whole, have been plagued with bad losses and poor business performance.
Tax authorities have been told to collect tax debts of enterprises totalling VND23.5 trillion (over US$1 billion), or an 18.8% year-on-year increase, by the end of July, the General Department of Taxation (GDT) reported.
Credit rose 8.54% by July 29 against late last year while mobilised capital surged 9.94%, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) reported August 11.
Many commercial banks have raised deposit interest rates over the past few weeks, generating concern about an imminent lending interest rate hike.
Business performance at commercial banks is forecast to continue its upwards trend this quarter after making some improvements in the first half of the year, a State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) survey said
Restaurant chains continue to expand as financial investors keep looking for chains to pour money into. The chains are a very profitable business field.
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines’ branch in Germany has seen an impressive business performance with an estimated EUR58.3 million in revenue this year.
The majority of processing and manufacturing companies in Vietnam are upbeat over their fourth-quarter business, thanks to positive macro-economic prospects.