COVID-19 pandemic weighs on budget Business

COVID-19 pandemic weighs on budget

The COVID-19 pandemic will continue to weigh on socio-economic development and State budget in 2021 and the years that follow, Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung said.
Vietnam shares financial mechanisms to control COVID-19 Health

Vietnam shares financial mechanisms to control COVID-19

Vietnamese Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung has shared Vietnam’s experience and financial mechanisms to cope with COVID-19 pandemic effectively with Ministers of Finance and Health of Asia-Pacific countries during a recent symposium.
Vietnam shares its effective financial mechanisms in COVID-19 response Health

Vietnam shares its effective financial mechanisms in COVID-19 response

The Joint Ministers of Finance and Health Symposium on Universal Health Coverage in Asia and the Pacific, with the theme “COVID-19 and Beyond”, was held online by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Hanoi on September 17, with the participation of various countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
H1 State budget revenue lowest in seven years Business

H1 State budget revenue lowest in seven years

State budget revenue in the first half of 2020 was down 10.5 percent against a year earlier and equal to just 44.2 percent of the annual estimate; the lowest since 2013, Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung told a conference in Hanoi on July 7.
Deputies debate 30 percent tax exemption for SMEs Business

Deputies debate 30 percent tax exemption for SMEs

A policy that may grant up to 30 percent tax exemption for small-to-medium-sized business (SMEs) to mitigate the adverse effects of COVID-19 was discussed by National Assembly deputies during a meeting in Hanoi on June 16.
Officials implicated in Tenma Vietnam bribery case suspended Society

Officials implicated in Tenma Vietnam bribery case suspended

Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung has ordered the suspension of tax and customs officials implicated in the alleged bribery by Tenma Vietnam, a subsidiary of Japan’s plastic product maker Tenma Corporation, according to an official letter issued on May 26.