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USD/VND exchange rate remains under control in 2018

USD/VND exchange rate remains under control in 2018

Commercial banks have consecutively lowered the value of the US dollar against the Vietnamese dong during the final days of 2018, helping the USD/VND exchange rate close the year under control.

GDP growth in 2019 likely to reach 7%: experts

GDP growth in 2019 likely to reach 7%: experts

GDP growth rate is likely to reach a decade high of 6.9 - 7% in 2018 and maintain the pace of 7% next year, according to the National Financial Supervision Committee (NFSC).

Lower corporate income tax on SMEs proposed

Lower corporate income tax on SMEs proposed

Corporate income tax levied on small and medium–sized enterprises (SMEs) should be reduced to promote the business development, a solution together with broadening tax base to increase budget revenue from business and production.

Credit growth expected at 18% in 2018

Credit growth expected at 18% in 2018

The National Financial Supervisory Commission (NFSC) forecast Vietnam’s credit to grow 17- 18% in 2018, similar to the growth last year.

Consumer credit booms, home appliance sales increase

Consumer credit booms, home appliance sales increase

Consumer credit soared by 65% in 2017, accounting for an increasingly high proportion of total outstanding loans, according to a report from the National Financial Supervision Council (NFSC).

Low CAR spells doom for state-owned banks

Low CAR spells doom for state-owned banks

State-owned commercial banks are growing concerned over the critically low capital adequacy ratio (CAR) of around 9%, which also hit the minimum required CAR for the Vietnamese banking system.

Vietnam, Italy bolster financial supervisory cooperation

Vietnam, Italy bolster financial supervisory cooperation

A Vietnamese delegation led by Acting Chairman of the National Financial Supervisory Commission (NFSC) Truong Van Phuoc has paid a working visit to Italy, aiming to strengthen bilateral cooperation in financial supervision.

Banks given higher credit limits

Banks given higher credit limits

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has approved the extension of credit growth limits for many commercial banks to support the country’s economic growth.

SBV demands strict compliance with credit rate regulations

SBV demands strict compliance with credit rate regulations

The latest instructions from Le Minh Hung, Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), require credit institutions in Vietnam to strictly comply with the SBV’s regulations on mobilising capital in foreign currencies and not offer interest rates exceeding the ceiling levels.

Eight-month credit growth rate touches 11.5%

Eight-month credit growth rate touches 11.5%

Credit growth rate in the first eight months of 2017 has been estimated at 11.5% compared to the end of 2016, the National Financial Supervisory Commission (NFSC) reported.

VND expected to see end-of-year dip

VND expected to see end-of-year dip

The Vietnam dong is expected to depreciate by two percentage points at the end of 2017, ending a period of stability that lasted throughout the year.

Smaller banks overtake giants in profit growth

Smaller banks overtake giants in profit growth

Although commercial banks have yet to release their financial reports for the second quarter of 2017, many of them revealed their operating results in the first five or six months of 2017.

Inflation forecast to hit 2.6 percent this year

Inflation forecast to hit 2.6 percent this year

Vietnam’s inflation this year is forecast to reach 2.6 percent barring fluctuations of prices on world markets and adjustment in the cost of public services, the National Financial Supervisory Commission (NFSC) reported on June 12.

Credit grows 1% in January: NFSC

Credit grows 1% in January: NFSC

The National Financial Supervisory Commission (NFSC) has reported that credit in the first month of the year saw a growth rate of 1%, the highest month-on-month increase over the past five years.