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Vietnam’s property market expected to grow

Business

Vietnam’s property market expected to grow

The real estate market, especially the residential land segment, is expected to continue to grow solidly this year thanks to huge infrastructure works in many places around Vietnam accompanied by a raft of property developments.

Stocks set to rise further after Tet

Business

Stocks set to rise further after Tet

Vietnam’s stock market is expected to rise further after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday and even throughout 2018, boosted by positive macro economic development as well as support of foreign traders

Hai Phong slashes investment paperwork

Business

Hai Phong slashes investment paperwork

Hai Phong Chamber of Commerce, Investment and Tourism has played a key part in making the northern port city one of the most attractive investment destinations in the country over the past two years.

Markets set for low trading before Tet

Business

Markets set for low trading before Tet

Shares are expected to move modestly in the coming two trading sessions as investors settle trading before the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, while concerns remain following recent turbulence in global markets.

Massive selloff hits VN stocks

Business

Massive selloff hits VN stocks

Vietnamese shares plummeted as investor confidence was dampened by worries over the increasing pace of the US central bank’s interest rate hike this year.

Programmes bring warm Tet to less fortunate people

Society

Programmes bring warm Tet to less fortunate people

Vice President of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Truong Thi Ngoc Anh on February 2 presented 30 Tet gifts and 30 million VND (1,317 USD) in cash to impoverished households in Tam Nong district and Thanh Thuy district in the northern province of Phu Tho.

VN-Index breaks 1,000 point level

Business

VN-Index breaks 1,000 point level

The VN-Index broke the 1,000-point threshold on January 3, closing up 0.99 percent at 1,005.67 points, despite increasing profit-taking pressure towards the end of the session.