Indonesia to import 200,000 tonnes of sugar World

Indonesia to import 200,000 tonnes of sugar

Indonesia’s State Logistics Agency (Bulog) is seeking the government’s approval to import 200,000 tonnes of sugar to stabilise prices during the Ramadan which will begin in late April.
Petrol prices go up slightly Business

Petrol prices go up slightly

The retail prices of petrol and oil slightly increased from 15:00 on December 31, following the latest price review by the ministries of Industry and Trade, and Finance.
Petrol prices rise over 400 VND per litre Business

Petrol prices rise over 400 VND per litre

The prices of oil and petrol have climbed over 400 VND (0.017 USD) per litre following the latest adjustment by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance on July 2.
Petrol prices drop in latest review Business

Petrol prices drop in latest review

The retail prices of oil and petrol were adjusted down from 3 pm on June 1 following a decision made by the ministries of finance and industry and trade.
Domestic petrol prices continue to drop Society

Domestic petrol prices continue to drop

The price of E5 bio-petrol has dropped slightly by 394 VND per litre, while that of RON95 fell by 318 VND per litre following an announcement of petrol price adjustments released by the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Industry and Trade on December 21.
Petrol prices drop sharply from December 6 Business

Petrol prices drop sharply from December 6

The price of E5 bio-petrol has dropped by 1,446 VND per litre, while that of RON95 fell 1,513 VND per litre following an announcement of petrol price adjustments released by the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Industry and Trade on December 6.
VN-Index rises over 21 points Business

VN-Index rises over 21 points

The VN-Index of the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) rose 21.12 points on July 18, with 223.9 million shares worth over 4.9 trillion VND (211 million USD) traded.
Shares decline after a four-day rise Business

Shares decline after a four-day rise

Vietnamese shares declined on March 1 after rising for four consecutive sessions, due to large-cap stocks underperforming as investors sold in pursuit of short-term profits.
Strong purchase drives shares up Business

Strong purchase drives shares up

Vietnamese shares posted a strong comeback on February 23 following the previous day’s slump, thanks to strong cash flow which poured into the blue-chips, especially during the ATC session.
Shares gain on oil and banking stocks Business

Shares gain on oil and banking stocks

Vietnamese shares posted a strong comeback on February 12 after a two-day collapse, due to strong investor interest in large-cap stocks that led the market upturn on expectations of good earnings reports.