Extended payable excise tax will help boost domestic automobiles Business

Extended payable excise tax will help boost domestic automobiles

The Ministry of Finance (MoF)’s proposal to extend the deadline for excise tax payment for locally manufactured and assemble cars will help businesses get more financial resources and restore their production, according to Dinh Trong Thinh, a senior lecturer at the Finance Institute.
MoC proposes controlling bond issuance of property firms Business

MoC proposes controlling bond issuance of property firms

The Ministry of Construction (MoC) has proposed controlling the bond issuance activities of real estate enterprises but not tightening investment in real estate bonds, Nguyen Manh Khoi, Deputy Director of MoC's Housing and Market Management Department, said at the monthly press conference held on June 13.
Vietnam jumps nine places in Open Budget Survey 2021 Business

Vietnam jumps nine places in Open Budget Survey 2021

Vietnam was placed 68th out of the120 countries in the Open Budget Survey (OBS) 2021 recently released by the International Budget Partnership (IBP), up nine spots against 2019 and 23 against 2017, the Ministry of Finance announced on June 9.
Officials detail crackdown on fake news, wrongdoings in capital market Politics

Officials detail crackdown on fake news, wrongdoings in capital market

An official of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) mentioned measures for cracking down on fake news while another from the Ministry of Finance (MoF) highlighted ways to ensure the transparency of the financial, stock, and bond markets at the Government’s monthly press conference on April 29.
Measures proposed for stabilising fuel market Business

Measures proposed for stabilising fuel market

In the face of soaring fuel prices, Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien proposed several measures for stabilising the market in the long run while fielding queries from full-time legislators on March 16.
Indonesia extends VAT cut on new houses World

Indonesia extends VAT cut on new houses

The Indonesian government has decided to extend the maximum value added tax (VAT) discount of 50 percent for housing from January 1 to September 30, 2022.