(Saigon Investment) - On 15 November, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was signed by ten ASEAN member countries and five other ally countries, namely, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand.
(ĐTTCO) - Remittances being sent to Ho Chi Minh City by Vietnamese diaspora living and working in several countries across the globe has increased again in the last three months, according to the State Bank of Vietnam branch in Ho Chi Minh City. Early this year, the sudden outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic had affected the jobs and incomes of many Vietnamese diasporas in several countries.
(ĐTTCO) - Soon after the results of the US presidential election were announced, several industrial zone real estate stocks fell sharply. However, earlier the industrial zone real estate stocks had shown positive results, mainly because of expectation of many businesses moving out of China and investing in Vietnam.
(ĐTTCO) - The Enterprise Law in 2014 contributes positively to the formation of a favorable and fair business environment, motivates the establishment, growth and expansion of enterprises. Since 2014, both the number of new enterprises and total registered capital have been increasing annually thanks to the simplified procedure and the improved regulation on protection of investors and shareholders.
(ĐTTCO) - The loss incurred by the PetroVietnam joint venture in Venezuela is still mired in controversy. To get an independent view on this issue, Investment & Finance asked Professor Tran Ngoc Tho to analyse data from 2006 to 2010.
(ĐTTCO) - Vietnam's Land Law has been useful for the last 30 years since economic reform began and especially when perceptions changed as the economy moved from subsidies to the market. However, though its revenues from lands have steadily increased the government has been plagued by improper valuations.
(ĐTTCO) - We have to admit that the private sector has been playing an important role in our economy by creating jobs, contributing to the government’s revenues and generally fulfilling its social responsibilities. A 2013 study by the IFC found that the private sector created around 90 percent of all jobs in most developing countries.
(ĐTTCO) - Built nearly 100 years ago, the mansion at 110-112 Vo Van Tan Street is considered as a work having the most architectural and historical value in Ho Chi Minh City. After spending US$35 million to own this ancient mansion, the owner has hired some leading conservation experts in the world to start upgrading and restoring it.
(ĐTTCO) -After three decades of adopting policies to foster the private sector, we have to admit it was right to try and develop the country by adopting the market mechanism. This achievement cannot be reversed and is to the credit of the private sector.
(ĐTTCO) - Over the last 30 years the private economy has been growing significantly. However, private companies remain small, fragmented and weak. There are some emerging corporations like VinGroup, Hoa Phat, Truong Hai, and SunGroup, but they are not enough to change the big picture.