Consumer goods supply to rise over 20 percent over Tet

The supply of consumer goods in Hanoi during the traditional Tet holiday is forecast to increase by 20-25 percent to meet consumers’ high demand, said Tran Thi Phuong Lan, Vice Director of the municipal Department of Industry and Trade.

M&A property deals on upward trend

Merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in the real estate market are on the rise. Economic experts were quoted by the Vietnam Business Forum Magazine (VBF) as saying that the prolonged lacklustre property market had provided plenty of M&A opportunities for companies with strong financial resources.

Apartments prop up property sales in Hanoi

The capital's apartment market was the busiest in the real estate sector during the third quarter of this year, but other segments of the city's property market remained sluggish, according to Do Thu Hang, head of Research and Consultancy at Savills Hanoi.

Tech innovation key to growth

Experts have called on the government to implement better policies and apply new technologies to shore up the nation's financial system.

China, ASEAN boost multi-faceted cooperation

China and ten ASEAN member countries launched a cooperation plan in science and technology on September 22 in Nanning, the capital of China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, on the sidelines of the ninth China-ASEAN Expo.
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Cabinet meets to discuss economy

Vietnam’s economy made a robust recovery and grew at 6.78 percent in 2010 despite difficulties and challenges after the global economic crisis.

Hanoi inflation to hit 7 percent

The Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade has projected that the consumer price index (CPI) in the capital city this year will rise by 7-8 percent.