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Vietnam must copyright its well-known brands

(Saigon Investment) - Ever since the Communist Party of Vietnam initiated a policy of economic reforms called ‘Doi Moi’ in 1986, the country has made impressive progress in creating many well-known Vietnamese brands. 

Businesses in Vietnam unaffected by India situation

(Saigon Investment) - Export and import businesses in Vietnam are seeing the effect of the new Covid-19 variant outbreak in India on all their activities. Although most businesses are monitoring the situation very closely, it seems there has not been much of an impact on activities within Vietnam, as a result of this virulent outbreak in India.

Vietnam needs measures to curtail financial crimes

(Saigon Investment) - Money laundering is becoming rampant in Vietnam, and if not curtailed, then money laundering criminals will soon find ways to legalize this money which then will find its way into reputable banks, or invested in projects in Vietnam. 
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Vingroup’s net revenue increases 52% in 1Q2021

(Saigon Investment) - Vingroup Joint Stock Company released its unaudited consolidated Financial Statements of the first quarter of 2021 (1Q2021) prepared in accordance with Vietnamese Accounting Standards (VAS). 
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Multiple financial risks still challenge Vietnam

(Saigon Investment) - Global financial markets have been negatively hit and significantly shaken by the ongoing unpredictable, relentless and complicated developments under the Covid-19 pandemic, leading to continued global financial instability. 
Ho Chi Minh City meets the conditions for international financial center.

Ho Chi Minh City ideal base for international financial center

(Saigon Investment) - Vietnam now seems determined to create an international financial center in the country, with Ho Chi Minh City as main base. Mr. Nguyen Chi Dung, Minister of Planning and Investment, believes the current scenario is providing a golden opportunity for Vietnam to establish an international financial center in Ho Chi Minh City or Da Nang, and hopes that a comprehensive project report will soon be submitted to the Government and the Politburo. 
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Government plans for stable financial market

(Saigon Investment) - Governments across the globe are perplexed, yet eager to reopen their economies in wake of more vaccination drives, causing a rush to restructure investments and portfolios, even as the virulence of the Covid-19 pandemic continues unabated.
Difficult for Vietnamese support industry to enter multinational supply chain.

Multinational supply chain evades small industry

(Saigon Investment) - Foreign investments in Vietnam have the ability to change the economics of many of the country’s support industries, who are continually struggling to be part of the larger supply network. However, they also have to be supported by appropriate state policies, and the right conditions in order to flourish. 
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Dong Nai province plans urban riverside development

(Saigon Investment) - The Dong Nai River is the longest inland river in Vietnam, covering a length of 586 kms and crossing through the Southeast and Central Highland provinces. The river section flowing through Dong Nai province is also a part of history in the formation and development of Tran Bien land or what is called Dong Nai province today. 
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Unprecedented surge of new accounts in stock market

(Saigon Investment) - The constant congestion that was causing massive delays at the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE) is now beginning to ease somewhat. A sudden surge in the number of new accounts has also helped the stock market with more cash flow in recent sessions.
Vietnam should take advantage of its beautiful coastline in choosing SEZ model.

Special Economic Zones create more risks than benefits

(Saigon Investment) - Ho Chi Mnh City and Da Nang are seriously planning to convert the two cities into international financial centers. This decision has been raising much concern among experts in the field.
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Can Gio development needs meticulous planning

(Saigon Investment) - Ho Chi Minh City has for long considered expanding towards the East Sea, especially since the formation of the Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone, the Saigon South urban strip, and the Hiep Phuoc port city.