Hanoi’s CPI drops in November Business

Hanoi’s CPI drops in November

The consumer price index (CPI) of Hanoi saw a decrease of 0.26 percent in November against the previous month and down 4.17 percent year-on-year, announced the city’s Department of Statistics.
Banks expect higher credit growth limits Business

Banks expect higher credit growth limits

More commercial banks expect their credit growth limits to be expanded this year after Techcombank became the first to get the nod to do so from the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) recently.
Petro price hikes push Hanoi’s CPI up 0.24 percent Business

Petro price hikes push Hanoi’s CPI up 0.24 percent

Hanoi’s consumer price index (CPI) in October increased 0.24 percent month-on-month and 4.09 percent year on year as transport costs rose 1.42 percent due to the petrol price hikes, according to the Hanoi Statistics Department.
CPI rises in major cities in September Business

CPI rises in major cities in September

Hanoi's consumer price index (CPI) in September increased 1.08 percent against the previous month, and 5.16 percent over the same period last year, the municipal Statistics Office announced.
Inflation under control: Deputy PM Business

Inflation under control: Deputy PM

Despite complicated changes in the world situation, Vietnam has shown strong performance in stabilizing prices and reining in inflation, keeping the average at only 3.57 percent in the first nine months over 2017.
Consumer Price Index slightly rises in August Videos

Consumer Price Index slightly rises in August

Vietnam’s consumer price index or CPI inched up 0.45 percent month-on-month in August. It increased 3.89 percent from the same time last year, pushing up the eight-month figure to 3.52 percent year on
Consumer Price Index slightly rises in August Business

Consumer Price Index slightly rises in August

Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) in August inched up 0.45 percent month-on-month, and 3.89 percent from the same time last year, pushing up the eight-month figure to 3.52 percent year on year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).