Vietnam battles to balance State budget Business

Vietnam battles to balance State budget

Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung said in a recent interview on VTV that one of the key tasks that his ministry will fulfill this year is to balance the state budget.
NA committee backs international bond sales Business

NA committee backs international bond sales

The National Assembly's Committee for Finance and Budget approved the government's proposal to sell international bonds worth 3 billion USD to restructure domestic debts due during 2015 and 2016.

Vietnam plans for a green future

Vietnam should bolster activities to cope with climate change by including strategic investments in low-carbon growth in socio-economic development and budget planning in the next five years.

Toyota eyes 46,000 car sales in 2015

By launching new brands into the market, Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) has set its sights on selling 46,000 cars in 2015, up 13 percent from last year, said TMV General Director Yoshihisa Maruta at a press conference on April 2.

Former Thai PM indicted over rice subsidy scheme

Thailand ’s Office of the Attorney General formally pressed criminal charges on February 19 against former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra over a loss-ridden rice-subsidy scheme implemented by her government.