Từ khóa: #In Vietnam

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Void in laws concerning personal data

(Saigon Investment) - Many cases have been revealed of late whereby personal data of business entities and individuals has been leaked on websites by illegal traders. However, Vietnam has currently no countermand and effective measures to deal with illegalities in use of personal data as current laws are still rather inadequate.
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Inflation inevitable for economic growth

(Saigon Investment) - In recent months, inflation has shown signs of increasing in many developed economies, and remaining rather high in some developing and emerging economies due to soaring commodity prices and currency devaluation. This has raised concerns about inflation control in Vietnam. 
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Lotteria fast food chain may withdraw from Vietnam

(Saigon Investment) - The Lotteria fast food chain is likely to withdraw from Vietnam. This has raised a lot of questions as to the viability of the Vietnamese market in attracting and retaining even giants in the fast food industry who have been in the market for a long period of time but still showing losses. 
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Vietnam needs measures to curtail financial crimes

(Saigon Investment) - Money laundering is becoming rampant in Vietnam, and if not curtailed, then money laundering criminals will soon find ways to legalize this money which then will find its way into reputable banks, or invested in projects in Vietnam. 
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Small investors continue inundating markets

(Saigon Investment) - The sudden surge in individual investors that had inundated the stock markets throughout last year has not waned in the first two months of 2021, with the VN-Index exhausting at a historical peak of 1,200 points. An unstoppable wave looks to continue in coming months.
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Vietnamese diaspora remittances alternative to FDI

(ĐTTCO) - Remittances being sent to their homeland by Vietnamese diaspora spread across various countries around the globe is estimated at around USD 2.5 bn to USD 3.0 bn. Vietnamese workers employed abroad are making an important contribution to the economy by sending a major part of their working salary for their families back home. 
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Fear of creating new generation of zombie companies

(ĐTTCO) - Zombie companies are businesses that effectively are in debt at all times, and even though they generate an income that allows them to cover overhead costs and pay the interest on their loans, they are unable to clear the debt itself or the principal amount. A zombie company therefore needs bailout in order to continue to operate or avoid bankruptcy.
Consumer credit can create more consumer debt

Consumer credit can create more consumer debt

(ĐTTCO)-The ability for a consumer to borrow easily in an economy can create an important function in stimulating economic growth. With this in mind, consumer credit can be developed for the long-term with a robust and sustainable strategy in Vietnam. 
The farmstay model has been mutated when agricultural land allocated for investment.

Farmstay businesses still not legalized

(ĐTTCO) - Any farmstay business that offers accommodation to travelers on farmland is against the law in Vietnam, as regulations do not permit farmland to be used as real estate. Investing in this form of business is also highly risky for secondary investors.
Da Nang is considered to be the sea tourism capital, but the resurgence of Covid-19 is a punch to the Da Nang tourism industry in particular and Vietnam in general.

Vietnam faces unprecedented challenges

(ĐTTCO) - The sudden and unexpected resurgence of the Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam has created a more complicated situation than seen during the first phase of the pandemic, early this year.
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Enterprises cannot flourish without small shareholders

(ĐTTCO) - A typical feature of a joint stock enterprise in our country is that there is either one or several shareholders holding a majority of shares. Though this gives businesses more flexibility to make quick independent decisions, it also carries with it a potential danger for small shareholders, as well as for further growth of the business.
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Debts have doubled worldwide

(ĐTTCO) - Although the Central Banks are pumping in large amounts of money into the economy, many businesses, investors  and individuals continue to complain. This paradox is difficult to reason.