Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on January 20 had a working session with his economic advisory group in Hanoi.
The fast growth of Vietnam’s economy has seen an increase of the urban population, posing significant challenges to the country’s major cities, particularly in terms of transport and urban planning management.
Vietnam’s socio-economic situation has shown positive signs with the economy maintaining growth momentum in the first months of 2019, according to Nguyen Duc Kien, vice chairman of the National Assembly (NA)’s Economics Committee.
VOV.VN - Numerous National Assembly (NA) deputies on May 26 agreed upon the government proposed resolution to settle non-performing loans during group discussions.
The government will not propose the National Assembly (NA) to adjust the economic growth target in its third session, which is scheduled to take place on May 22, 2017.
So many industries are listed as ‘leading-edge industries’ that it is unclear which of these should be accorded top priority for development.
ACB, Sacombank and Eximbank, the three most influential banks in the south, like MB and Techcombank in the north, are encountering serious difficulties.
A proposal to use State funds to settle commercial banks’ bad debts, as stated in the draft plan on economic restructuring for the 2016-2020 period, has been met with a cold shoulder.
Domestic and international experts joined representatives of non-governmental organisations and other stakeholders at a workshop in Hanoi on August 24 to exchange opinions on development planning in Vietnam and feedback on the draft Law on Planning.
China’s economic slowdown may widen Vietnam’s trade deficit as the Southeast Asian nation counts on its largest trading partner to buy commodities, according to a government official.
Southern Vietnamese provinces and cities have made great economic strides over the last four decades since the region’s liberation and the national reunification in 1975, substantially contributing to Vietnam’s development.
High-profile banker Nguyen Duc Kien, former Vice Chairman of the Asia Commercial Bank (ACB) Founding Council still faced a sentence of 30-year imprisonment as declared by the Hanoi Court of Appeals on December 15.
The court of appeals of the People’s Supreme Court started reviewing the appeals submitted by Nguyen Duc Kien, former vice chairman of the founding council of the Asia Commercial Bank (ACB), and other ACB former executives, in Hanoi on November 28.
(VOV) -Vietnam has not yet built a standard to evaluate its public debt, said Dr. Nguyen Duc Kien, Vice Chairman of the National Assembly Committee for Economic Affairs.
The Hanoi People’s Court on June 9 sentenced Nguyen Duc Kien, former vice chairman of the founding council of the Asia Commercial Bank (ACB), to 30 years’ imprisonment.
The Hanoi People’s Procuracy on May 27 proposed imposing a 30-year jail charge on one of Vietnam’s top banking tycoons, Nguyen Duc Kien, for his role in a multi-million dollar scandal uncovered last year.
(VOV) - Vietnamese small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) lack preparedness to cope with cross-cutting issues posed by the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and need changes in management and production methods to more effectively compete after the pact comes into effect.
The Hanoi People’s Court on April 16 afternoon decided to postpone the trial of Nguyen Duc Kien, former Vice Chairman of the founding council of the Asia Commercial Bank (ACB), because one of his alleged eight accomplices was absent due to poor health.
(VOV) - Policymakers and economists have advised Vietnamese businesses to have new strategic thinking about the building of trademarks in the context of international integration.
Nguyen Duc Kien, former Vice Chair of the founding council of the Asia Commercial Bank (ACB) will face another charge of fraud under Article 139 of the Criminal Code.