Many businesses are anxious about the printing houses’ delay in the invoice orders as the deadline for tax filing – April 1st – is approaching. SGGP Dau Tu Tai Chinh has caught up with Nguyen Trong Hanh, deputy head of the Ho Chi Minh City Tax Bureau, to interview about the… [Read more]
Banks’ depositing interest rate are moving up on the fact that lenders are trying to attract strong remittance inflows that come in ahead of Tet, the Lunar New Year festival, general secretary Duong Thu Huong of the Vietnam Bank Association (VNBA) said in an interview with SGGP Dau Tu Tai… [Read more]
VietNamNet Bridge – According to the latest report, by April 11, only 44 out of 210 artists who were invited to go to the tax offices to make personal income tax declarations have performed this duty. Asking for high remuneration, pop star rejected from int’l firework festival… [Read more]
VietNamNet Bridge – The Government Office has announced the conclusion of Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung . Accordingly, the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) will have to pay additional nearly VND11 trillion ($500,000) to the state budget. This amount is related to the ” oil and… [Read more]
A poor taxi driver in the central province of Quang Tri has returned an unclaimed property and cash in a bag, the total value of which must be VND1 billion (US$48,000), to its holder. Nguyen Van Dung teaching… [Read more]
The Vietnamese government has yet to decide on taxing securities investments, Deputy Minister of Finance Truong Chi Trung said amid warnings that taxes would come as a blow to the nascent stock market.
Investors said the government should not make haste on a planned tax on dividends. Nguyen Hong Nam, head… [Read more]
Income tax payers now can get their individual tax codes within one hour under a simplified procedure at the Ho Chi Minh City Tax Bureau.
The procedure of issuing individual tax codes is now simple… [Read more]
Despite slower growth last year, the Vietnamese retail market remains appealing, with many local and foreign retailers continuing to expand.
Last year the country went off the list of 30 most attractive retail markets in the world drawn up annually by management consultancy A.T Kearney.
Retail sales grew at just 16 percent… [Read more]
A series of big Vietnamese commercial banks have announced that they plan to issue long term international bonds. The information has surprised people, who cannot understand why banks still seek foreign currency capital, though they have dollars in excess and the dollar lending has been tightened. … [Read more]
The State Bank of Vietnam has used around VND130,000 trillion to buy $6.23 billion worth of foreign currencies from banking systems for the national reserve.
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A corner of HCMC. Many businesses paid deadly for their property investments as the market turned sour due to this year’s credit squeeze (Photo: Minh Tri) This year’s credit crunch started to result in impacts to property firms… [Read more]
Many financiers are now offering lower lending rates of 17-19 percent per annum in accordance with state bank instructions issued last month. A man deposits his savings at a HCMC bank. Banks are cautious in offering… [Read more]
The government should continue to tighten credit to property investment, which is among the main causes that leave small banks struggling with a lot of difficulties, said Dr. Le Xuan Nghia, vice chairman of the National Financial Supervisory Commission. … [Read more]
Many foreign insurers enter Vietnam, helping diversify the country’s insurance product range and improve the competitiveness between insurers, according to the market consultancy Research and Markets. Tourist boats in Ha Long Bay in the central province of… [Read more]
General director of Vietnam’s biggest fund manager VinaCapital announces more funds to develop resort projects in the central coastal provinces. A resort in the coastal city of Da Nang. Vietnam’s central coastal provinces are potential tourist destinations… [Read more]
Banks’ progress of reducing interest rate to 17-19 percent per annum remained in a snail pace in the first week of September, according to financial experts. Banks still struggle to reduce interest rate to 17-19 percent per… [Read more]
Information about listed investment funds’ certificate purchases is triggering rumors about acquisitions on the stock market. Investors watch share prices updated on a computer screen at a HCMC-based brokerage (Photo: Minh Tri) … [Read more]
Dau Tu Tai Chinh Newspaper has caught up with two newly-elected ministers to interview them about the government’s measures on restructuring economy in accordance with the current situation. Ministry of Information and Communications will… [Read more]