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Taiwanese investors eye Vietnamese market

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Taiwanese investors eye Vietnamese market

An increasing interest in the Vietnamese market has been noticed among Taiwanese investors, Director General Berton B.C. Chiu of the Department of Investment Services under the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan (China) said to Dau Tu (Investment Review).

A growing economy needs strong support industry

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A growing economy needs strong support industry

Manufacturing is truly the backbone of Vietnam’s economic growth, and the challenge now to making the sector’s comeback a sustainable reality comes down to developing the support industry, according to a commentary published on the website of radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV) on August 27.

Economic restructure helps deepen integration

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Economic restructure helps deepen integration

Vietnam should undertake stronger economic restructuring measures, targeting a more comprehensive and transparent effort, and allowing for more effective allocation of resources, radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV) quoted Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Quoc Khanh as saying.

Vietnam imports 25,000 cars in strong H1

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Vietnam imports 25,000 cars in strong H1

Vietnam spent nearly 500 USD million in the first half of 2014 to import 25,000 completely built units (CBU) cars, an increase of 44.4 percent in volume and 53.9 percent in value year-on-year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

VN expected to post two-digit export growth

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VN expected to post two-digit export growth

A HSBC report released on March 19 anticipates that Vietnam's merchandise exports will grow at around 12 percent annually between 2014-2016, although last year's figure was 15.4 percent in nominal US dollar terms.

Policies needed to revitalise automobile industry

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Policies needed to revitalise automobile industry

Vietnam needs a range of sound policies to develop the automobile sector in the face of fierce competition with foreign rivals as the import tariff will slump to zero percent once the country joins the ASEAN Free Trade Area by 2018.