Business survey to begin on April 1 Business

Business survey to begin on April 1

The General Statistics Office (GSO) is scheduled to begin a survey of businesses on April 1 with a view to collecting basic information to serve management and policy making, Deputy General Director of the office Nguyen Trung Tien said.
Over 73 percent of Vietnamese firms unable to access credit Business

Over 73 percent of Vietnamese firms unable to access credit

More than 773,000 out of over 1 million firms in the country, or 73.4 percent, are unable to access credit, it was reported at a conference on promoting access to credit held by the National Credit Information Centre (CIC) in Ho Chi Minh City on June 18.
Government takes bold measures to ensure safety of finance system Business

Government takes bold measures to ensure safety of finance system

Poorly-performing State-owned people’s credit funds – a type of credit institution focusing on people in rural areas to help them escape poverty and avoid dependence on loan sharks – will be merged, acquired or dissolved to ensure the safety of the country’s finance and banking system.
Security minister answers issues on criminal offense Politics

Security minister answers issues on criminal offense

Minister of Public Security To Lam has answered questions on major issues of public concern such as black credit activities, hi-tech crime, online gambling, organised crime and violations committed by officers working in the security sector.
SBV prepares bad debt settlement plan Business

SBV prepares bad debt settlement plan

The central bank on July 21 held an online conference to prepare for the implementation of the scheme to settle non-performing loans (NPL) and restructure credit institutions in the 2016-20 period.
VCA plans support polices to spur cooperatives’ development Business

VCA plans support polices to spur cooperatives’ development

The Vietnam Cooperative Alliance (VCA) will concentrate on devising support policies in terms of capital, land, technology and market access, while building a value chain model connecting households, cooperatives and businesses, said VCA President Vo Kim Cu.