VOV.VN - An array of solutions aimed at speeding up the disbursement of public investment capital sourced from foreign loans this year were discussed during an online conference on June 25 hosted by the Ministry of Finance in Hanoi.
The Standing Committee of the National Assembly (NA) has recently issued a resolution on promoting law enforcement on the management and use of foreign loans.
Vietnam has received US$80 billion in official development assistance (ODA) and preferential loans since 1993, becoming one of the largest ODA recipients in the world, said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Binh Minh.
Credit taken out by Thai Beverage Co Ltd and its affiliates to fund the acquisition of a stake worth US$4.8 billion in Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage (Sabeco) led Vietnam’s foreign debt to rise sharply in 2017, according to a recent Government report sent to the National Assembly.
Exporters will no longer be allowed to borrow bank loans in foreign currencies beginning next year, if the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) does not extend a circular regulating the loans.
Exporters will no longer be allowed to borrow bank loans in foreign currencies beginning next year, if the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) does not extend a circular regulating the loans.
A delegation of lawmakers will supervise the implementation of laws and policies on the management and use of foreign loans.
The Hoa Lac High-tech Park (HHTP)’s management board has sent a report to the Ministry of Planning and Investment requesting nearly VND8.3 trillion (US$364 million) for land clearance and infrastructure construction.
Vietnam is targeting keeping public debt, comprising central government debt, government-backed loans, and local government debt, below 65 percent of GDP between 2016 and 2018.
Vietnam's government has borrowed US$16 billion so far this year, including US$11 billion through bond sales which the Ministry of Finance said went quite smoothly.
The 14th National Assembly (NA) deputies approved on July 29 a resolution on the State budget balance for 2014 with 82.59% of them having “yes” vote.
The latest quarterly report on the Vietnamese economy by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) has been overshadowed by fears of rising inflation.
The state-owned enterprises (SOEs) using foreign loans for production and business fields which bring profits will no longer get a government guarantee for loans.
The Vietnamese Government will not be responsible for foreign loans that it has not guaranteed, according to a new prime ministerial decree.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s 2011 public debt fell 1.9 percent over 2010 to 55.4 percent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), according to a Government report.