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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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1. Container truck approach bridge supply-bid extend2. Equipment and materials supply-bid denial3. Vertical seismic profiling processing supply4. Elevator system supply and installation5. Materials, chemicals, biological supply-bid cancel----and more news
1. Local banks' shareholders get high dividend payouts 2. IMF forecasts Vietnam's GDP to grow 6.6pct in 2018 3. Support industry needs push: deputy PM 4. Finance ministry suggesting raising environment protection taxes5. Golden time for logistics M&A deals in Vietnam ----and more news
1. Electric forklift truck supply-bid extend2. Condenser supply and installation-bid extend3. Spare parts for repair portable gas detectors supply4. Air conditioner construction-bid extend5. Disinfection machine supply-bid extend----and more news
1. Banks utilise cheap capital source from individual accounts 2. Canada offers huge opportunities for Vietnam wood processing sector 3. New bill expected to promote PPP investment activities4. New policies will take effect in April 5. Vietnamese steel sector looks to overcome trade defence measures ----and more news
1. Blow room line supply and installation2. Filament Twister machine supply and installation3. Air conditioner supply and installation4. Cutting and burning machine supply5. AC source auxiliary equipment supply-bid extend----and more news
Real estate lending continued to remain high at more than 10 per cent of the total outstanding loans in several banks. Online news portal Bizlive.vn reported that the top five banks recording a high proportion of real estate lending by the end of last year were Sacombank, 17.6 per cent; Techcombank, 12.6 per cent; LienVietPostBank, 11.6 per cent; Kienlongbank, 10.1 per cent and VPBank, 8.5 per cent.