Vietnam has become the third largest supplier of coffee to the U.S. over the first eight months of 2022, reported the General Department of Customs.
The Saigon Hi-Tech Park (SHTP) first developed a national high-tech hub with a total investment capital of $12 billion after 20 years of operation.
There have 140,615 downloads and installs of the eTax Mobile from March 2022, and 69,465 transactions via commercial banks totaling over VND 308 billion ($12.6 million), according to the Ministry of Finance.
The State Bank of Vietnam agreed to increase the dollar-dong trading band from 3% to 5% from Oct. 17.
- Wood exports to hit record of $18 billion in 2023 1
- Foreign exchange reserve to climb back to $100B this year: analysts 2
- Vietnam to spend $9 billion to build Ho Chi Minh City - Can Tho Railway 3
- Apple supplier BOE plans new factories in Vietnam 4
- Around 10 million Vietnamese-branded products sold on Amazon 5
- Pepper exports expected to hit $963 million in 2022 6
Overseas investment by Vietnamese firms is growing and can surpass $1 billion annually, from about $700 million at present, said Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Foreign Invested Enterprises Nguyen Mai.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has instructed the country’s two refineries to crank up gasoline production to maximum capacity as the south continues to report shortages.
Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh has signed a decision to form an appraisal council for Quang Tri airport investment under PPP mode.
Vietnam spent $6.8 billion to import 6.5 million tons of petroleum of all types in the first nine months of 2022, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Vietnam's export value to CPTPP member nations climbed by 38.7 percent to $41 billion in the first eight months of 2022.
Vietnam's economy is expected to grow 8% this year, beating an official target for an expansion of 6.0%-6.5%, the government said on Tuesday.
Several banks have increased deposit interest rates ranging from 0.3-0.7%, notably VPBank making two boosts since September 24.
Song Hong, COMA, HUD, and VICEM are companies under the Ministry of Construction will undergo divestment and equitization.
The Ministry of Transport has allocated nearly VND8.6 trillion ($359.3 million) for the second phase (2021-2025) of the North-South Expressway’s eastern section.
Price of gasoline has increased significantly in the world in recent days, has also consumer demand increased.
Thien Viet Securities has affirmed that it has no relation with Tan Viet Securities. They are two completely different companies, Nguyen Thanh Thao, CEO of Thien Viet Securities, said in a statement.
Since several petroleum stations in HCMC reported being out of supply, the municipal Market Management Department dispatched forces to monitor and measure tanks at petrol stations.