(SGI) - There is an urgent need to remove or tackle factors that are stalling production and causing barriers for businesses to grow, besides also deciding on bringing in new institutional reforms. Dispatch 644/CD-TTg and Resolution 105/NQ-CP are being seen as important decisions for stronger economic growth.
(SGI) - The economic growth rate in the first six months of the year clearly indicates that the economy in Vietnam is still facing a multitude of difficulties in both aggregate demand and total supply. Both these factors reveal frustrating limitations that are causing slow growth.
(SGI) - The State Bank of Vietnam has now decided to reduce the operating interest rate for the fourth time in a row. Currently, many enterprises are still reeling under the effects of the high-interest rates at commercial banks.
(SGI) - Saigon Investment held a talk with Dr. PHAN HỮU THẮNG, Chairman of Board of Members of the International Investment Research Institute, and former director of Foreign Investment Department at the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
(SGI) - When some representatives of real estate enterprises began to complain of difficulties that they were facing in receiving capital, the head of the State Bank of Vietnam categorically stated that the State Bank of Vietnam has not yet issued a statement on the tightening of credit for real estate businesses, as lending solely depends on appraisal by credit institutions for businesses that can still ensure safe operations.
(SGI) - The VN Index has been under intense fluctuation of late, although financial experts believe that the Vietnamese stock market is very unlikely to crash in a similar situation to that in 2008, which subsequently led to an economic depression.
(SGI) - Many financial experts are now blaming rising interest rates by central banks across the world and the current geopolitical changes across the globe for the drastic plunge in liquidity in the stock market.
(SGI) - According to the Resolution on the Economic Restructuring Plan for the period 2021 to 2025, Vietnam aims to have about 1.5 million enterprises by the end of 2025. To achieve this goal, about 160,000 new businesses will need to be set up each year.
(ĐTTCO) - Trò chuyện với ĐTTC, ông NGUYỄN HỮU HOÀNG, Quản lý bộ phận phát triển bền vững Công ty TNHH Nhà máy bia Heineken Việt Nam, cho biết trong các dự án xây dựng nhà máy, từ khâu thiết kế đến chọn vật liệu đều dựa trên chiến lược giảm phát thải carbon.