Ministry eyes tightening corporate bond issuance Business

Ministry eyes tightening corporate bond issuance

The Ministry of Finance will tighten regulations over corporate bond issuance because of an overheating market to protect investors and prevent risks which might arise from the abuse of this capital raising channel.
Finance Ministry responds to Moody’s latest rating action Business

Finance Ministry responds to Moody’s latest rating action

The Vietnamese Ministry of Finance (MoF) on December 18 said Moody's Investors Service’s decision to confirm Vietnam’s rating at Ba3 but change the outlook to negative was not appropriate, given it is grounded on an isolated incident and does not adequately recognise the Vietnamese Government’s instituted policies and procedures to ensure smooth and timely debt repayment on government guaranteed borrowings.
PetroVietnam in need of investment capital Business

PetroVietnam in need of investment capital

Demand for investment capital at the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) and its member units for 2018-20 is estimated to reach 620 trillion VND (26.7 billion USD), PetroVietnam Securities Inc (PSI) recently announced.
Vietnam, Myanmar look to foster education cooperation Society

Vietnam, Myanmar look to foster education cooperation

A Vietnam – Myanmar education cooperation forum was held by the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) and the Ministry of Education of Myanmar in Yangon city on December 2, focusing on ways to promote connection among educational institutions of the two countries.
G-bond issuance meets 73 percent of yearly plan Business

G-bond issuance meets 73 percent of yearly plan

The State Treasury has mobilised more than 182.4 trillion VND (7.88 billion USD) through Government bond auctions on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) so far this year, fulfilling 73 percent of the yearly plan.