Vietnam spends nearly 2 billion USD on COVID-19 fight Society

Vietnam spends nearly 2 billion USD on COVID-19 fight

Vietnam spent 45.6 trillion VND (nearly 2 billion USD) from its budget on pandemic prevention and control and supporting people who face difficulties due to COVID-19, as of October 15, according to the Ministry of Finance.
Revenue to state budget increases over 10 percent Business

Revenue to state budget increases over 10 percent

The revenue to the state budget in the first 9 months of this year amounted to 1,084.7 trillion VND, representing 80.75 percent of the projection and an increase of 10.75 percent over the figure recorded in the same period last year, according to the Finance Ministry.
Vinacomin adds 13.2 trillion VND to State budget in nine months Business

Vinacomin adds 13.2 trillion VND to State budget in nine months

The Vietnam National Coal – Mineral Industries Holding Corporation Limited (Vinacomin) has said its total revenue in the first nine months of this year was estimated at 94.6 trillion VND (4.11 billion USD), 13.2 trillion VND of which has been added to the State budget.
Indonesia works to reduce state budget deficit World

Indonesia works to reduce state budget deficit

Indonesia's House of Representatives has approved the 2022 state budget bill, marking the beginning of the process of fiscal consolidation of the largest economy in Southeast Asia after nearly two years of heavy spending on COVID-19 response efforts.
Foreign investors maintain confidence in Vietnam’s economy Business

Foreign investors maintain confidence in Vietnam’s economy

Vietnam attracted 14 billion USD in foreign direct investment (FDI) in the first eight months of this year, only 2 percent lower than the same period last year, showing foreign investors’ confidence in Vietnam’s economic scenario in mid-and long terms.
PVEP fulfils state budget contribution goal Business

PVEP fulfils state budget contribution goal

The PetroVietnam Exploration Production Corporation (PVEP), has surpassed all of its business goals, with the contribution to the State Budget 7 percent higher than the year’s plan.