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Banking apps the way forward

Business

Banking apps the way forward

Banking apps on cell phones are helping people in rural areas manage their finances, said Pham Xuan Hoe, deputy director general of the Banking Strategy Institute at the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) at the launching ceremony of the i3 programme held in Hanoi on November 14.

SBV Governor: non-cash payment booming

Business

SBV Governor: non-cash payment booming

The number of transactions using new modes of payment has seen strong surges this year, Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam Le Minh Hung reported to the National Assembly during the Question-and-Answer session on November 1.

ADB loan helps Philippines expand financial services

World

ADB loan helps Philippines expand financial services

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on September 19 announced that it had approved a 300 million USD loan to support the Philippine government's effort to expand financial services across the country, especially among entrepreneurs, small businesses, farmers, workers, and individuals, including women and vulnerable households.

Thai political parties to get 60-day election campaign

World

Thai political parties to get 60-day election campaign

Thai Deputy Prime Minister in charge of legal affairs Wissanu Krea-ngam has said political parties will be given 60 days to campaign for the general election scheduled for December 2018 after the junta partly lifted a ban on political activities.

Banks to work harder on cyber crime

Sci-Tech

Banks to work harder on cyber crime

Cyber security is a hot issue globally and in Vietnam, concerns on the subject have been expressed by the Government and departments, especially in the field of banking – finance, said Le Manh Hung, director of the State Bank of Vietnam’s Information Technology Department.

VN-Index exceeds 990 points on August 27

Business

VN-Index exceeds 990 points on August 27

The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) gained 4.87 points to stay at 991.92 points on August 27, with 189.5 million shares valued at more than 4.47 trillion VND (192 million USD) traded.