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INTELLASIA VIETNAM BUSINESS BRIEFS - MAY 19, 2017
The Intellasia Vietnam Business Brief is updated twice per week to provide members the brief review on the news of concern in this couple of days. It covers wide-ranging and intuitive reports on finance, legal, investment, trade, business, government policy and key economic data of Vietnam.
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Sherwood Residence has just been recognized in the Top 100 Trusted Products and Services in Vietnam for “Excellent Accommodation” in the prestigious annual “Trust and Use Awards” by Tu Van Tieu & Dung, Vietnam's leading consumption advisory magazine, published by Vietnam Economic Times.
1. New SBV decree to ease gold trading regulations 2. Vietnam runs $2.8b trade surplus in 11 months 3. Minimum wages to rise next year4. HCM City's tax and fee hikes may cut both ways 5. Retail sector searches for common ground ----and more news
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said that the capital invested in the economy not only brings benefits to enterprises but also means the votes of support for the Government, levels and sectors in their efforts to reform and construct a facilitative administrative system, and a source of encouragement for the Government and the business community to join hands for mutual development in the common house of Viet Nam.
Many high-tech projects have recently received licences in the country. The Sai Gon High Tech Park (SHTP) said, for instance, that it issued four licences. Echigo Viet Nam Joint Stock Company will invest US$10.6 million in a plant to manufacture accurate moulds. The 7,500sq.m plant will produce 240 moulds and 100 accessories a year.
1. Blow room, Carding Machines supply2. Production equipment supply-bid cancel3. Bar foundation supply-bid cancel4. Electric and electronic equipment supply-bid extend5. LV, MV cables, conductors supply-bid extend----and more news
1. Exchange rate to reach 23,000 VND/USD in 2019 2. People still choose consumer loans despite 'huge' lending rates3. Food management a top concern 4. Busting out newest tech to aid Vietnam's turn towards the sun 5. eTax services started in two northern provinces ----and more news