VOV.VN - The corporate bond market has enjoyed thriving developments despite risks being posed to investors, experts have warned.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has told credit institutions to carefully consider signing cooperation deals with suppliers of peer-to-peer (P2P) lending services because of the high default risk, local media reported.
Investing in the booming shophouse segment in Ho Chi Minh City could end in losses, if market observers are to be believed.
VOV.VN - A bright future lies ahead for the nationwide expansion of public-private partnership model following the initial results of implementing many infrastructure projects and investment flows on the upward path.
VOV.VN - They have raised their disquiet about the big risks of consumer lending emerging from high interest rates and bad debts.
Chinese FDI (foreign direct investment) flow to Vietnam has been increasing rapidly recently as Vietnam is one of the destinations included in China’s ‘One belt, one road’ strategy’.
As the Government is striving to obtain credit growth of 20% to 22% this year, many economic experts voiced their concerns over possible adverse impacts of high credit growth on businesses and the economy.
VOV.VN - To better assess, communicate and respond to risks from climate change at the community level, more than 100 experts gathered at a conference in Hanoi today (June 13), reported the Vietnam news Agency.
Hanoi has 18 locations at risk of flooding when rainfall averages at least 50mm per two hours, according to head of the Hanoi Sewerage and Drainage Limited Company.
As one of the countries hardest hit by climate change, Vietnam has undertaken efforts to minimise risks from natural disasters and adapt to climate change, including issuing policies and developing infrastructure in recent years.
(VOV) -The 2013 Vietnam Finance Conference needs to recognise the importance of improving the nation’s macro-economic and financial supervision proficiency in the context of a turbulent market environment.
(VOV) - The national economy is burdened with many hidden risks and does not develop sustainably, according to economic researchers.
Hydroelectric power projects on the Mekong River were of major concern at a two-day workshop closed in Ho Chi Minh City on June 29 under the sponsorship of the Mekong River Commission (MRC).