(SGI) - As the once traditional tourism markets for Vietnam are not likely to recover soon, as in the case of the Chinese market, it is extremely urgent for Vietnam to explore new global markets post-pandemic.
(SGI) - Vietnam needs a harmonize and more flexible mechanism and policy in order to retain a skilled workforce in the future. In a talk with Saigon Investment, Dr. NGUYỄN ĐỨC KIÊN, Head of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Group, shared his opinions about the current development of the labor market in Vietnam.
During the last seven to eight trading sessions, the VN Index suddenly went down and then up again to bottom at 1,150 points. The Index almost stood still and always looked like it was going to break bottom. This resulted in a loss of liquidity in the stock market that left several investors doubtful.
(SGI) - Towards the end of June, the stock market was seen to prosper after three sessions of testing bottom in the middle of May. However, there are still many investors arguing whether this rally was just a move to beautify the second quarter portfolio or whether the market really made two rally bottoms.
(SGI) - The discussion for granting credit limit to commercial banks heated up at the third session of the fifteenth National Assembly when delegate Mr. Trịnh Xuân An from Dong Nai asked the Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam to explain the rationality behind the credit room allocation mechanism, and whether it interfered with bank operations.
(SGI) - China and USA are currently the two largest export markets for Vietnamese goods. However, some analysis points to worrying factors in these two markets, and questions remain whether these two vital export markets will continue to maintain their present position for Vietnamese export goods or not.