Een leuk verhaal, nieuws of activiteit? Mail het naar redactie.dnv at henkreports .nl

maandag 7 augustus 2017

Vietnam: Project on credit institution restructuring gets PM’s approval

Project on credit institution restructuring gets PM's approval

The prime minister has issued Decision 1058/QD-TTg approving a project on restructuring the system of credit institutions in combination with settling bad debt for the 2016-2020 period. The project aims to restructure credit institutions and settle bad debt on the principles of ensuring the interests of depositors and maintaining the stability and safety of the banking system, and reduce the number of badly performing credit institutions.

The post Project on credit institution restructuring gets PM's approval appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Vietnam gets $145 billion from 30 years of oil export

Vietnam has since 1987 exported 355 million tonnes of crude oil worth a total of $145 billion, said Nguyen Sinh Khang, deputy general director of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN). Crude oil output is projected to fall in the near future as Bach Ho, the country's biggest offshore oil field with reserves estimated at 300 million tonnes, has been pumping less oil.

The post Vietnam gets $145 billion from 30 years of oil export appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Agro-forestry-aquatic exports hit 20.45 billion USD in 7 months

The export value of agro-forestry-aquatic products reached 20.45 billion USD in the first seven months of this year, up 14.7 percent against the same period last year, reported to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

The post Agro-forestry-aquatic exports hit 20.45 billion USD in 7 months appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

CJ invests $62mn in food production complex in HCMC

South Korean conglomerate announces investment in food production complex in southern city. South Korean conglomerate the CJ Corporation has recently announced it will invest nearly $62 million in an integrated production base applying advanced technology in Ho Chi Minh City's Hiep Phuoc Industrial Park.

The post CJ invests $62mn in food production complex in HCMC appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

7M FDI exceeds $20bn

As at July 20, total foreign direct investment (FDI) into Vietnam stood at some $21.9 billion, with disbursed capital at $9.05 billion, an increase of 5.8 per cent year-on-year. Foreign investors invested in 18 sectors in the first seven months, with processing and manufacturing attracting the most, at $10.83 billion, accounting for 49.4 per cent of registered capital during the period.

The post 7M FDI exceeds $20bn appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Bitexco steadfast in pursuing $1.35 billion urban project

In spite of the withdrawal of joint venture partner Emaar Properties PJSC, Bitexco Group, a leading Vietnamese developer, is still pursuing the development of Binh Quoi-Thanh Da urban area in Binh Thanh district, Ho Chi Minh City.

The post Bitexco steadfast in pursuing $1.35 billion urban project appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Vietnam's growing demand for US property

Vietnamese people's demand for foreign property, especially in the US, has been increasing in recent years. Experts say this increase can be attributed to Vietnam's fast growing economy and Vietnamese people's belief that the US is a good place to live and work.

The post Vietnam's growing demand for US property appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

$3.2 billion Vung Ro Refinery and Petrochemical project warned over long delay

The Phu Yen People's Committee issued a warning to stop the project on Vung Ro Refinery and Petrochemical complex if the developer does not resume implementation. On July 19, 2017, Chairman of the Phu Yen People's Committee Hoang Van Tra sent a document to the provincial Department of Planning and Investment to urge the implementation of big projects in the province. Accordingly, the project on Vung Ro complex was put under a warning status.

The post $3.2 billion Vung Ro Refinery and Petrochemical project warned over long delay appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

PVN to restart ethanol and bio ethanol plants

Ethanol Binh Phuoc and Dung Quat Bio Ethanol plants to be restarted after closure, PVN General Director tells Office of the Government. The Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PVN) will restart its Ethanol Binh Phuoc and Dung Quat Bio Ethanol plants, General Director Nguyen Vu Truong Son told a meeting with the Head of the Office of the Government Mai Tien Dung.

The post PVN to restart ethanol and bio ethanol plants appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Ministry proposes tougher rules on sales promotion activities

Traders would not be allowed to end their sales promotion programs before the deadlines announced or approved by competent agencies, except cases of force majeure events, according to a draft decree recently prepared by the Ministry of Industry and Trade to revise Decree 37 issued in 2006.

The post Ministry proposes tougher rules on sales promotion activities appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Hi-tech agriculture: a solution and a challenge

Vietnam has become known for its remarkable feat in becoming an agricultural powerhouse in a relatively short time, but it seems that the benefits accrued to farmers are not commensurate with the country's comparative advantages and efforts.

The post Hi-tech agriculture: a solution and a challenge appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

New Tourism Law aims to better ensure tourists' interests

VLLF The National Assembly last month passed the Tourism Law at a high approval rate of nearly 90 percent. Replacing the 2005 Tourism Law from January 1 next year, the Law is expected to create a breakthrough in tourism development in the time to come. Deputy Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism Nguyen Thi Thanh Huong talks with To Quoc (Fatherland) newswire about new provisions of the Law. Could you elaborate on the significance[...] READ MORE

The post New Tourism Law aims to better ensure tourists' interests appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Free immigrants in VN- Laos border areas exempt from nationality fee

The Ministry of Finance has issued Circular No.64/2017/TT-BTC on nationality fee and resident fee exemption for residents in line with the regulations of the Agreement between the Governments of Viet Nam and Laos on dealing with free migration issues and unregistered marriages in border areas.

The post Free immigrants in VN- Laos border areas exempt from nationality fee appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

13 legal documents issued in June

The Government and the PM have issued 13 legal documents, including seven Decrees and six Decisions in June 2017, according the Ministry of Justice...

The post 13 legal documents issued in June appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey 2018 and 2016 Report

by PwC Since its inception in 2001, the biennial PwC Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey (GECS) has been one of the premier thought leadership publications on economic crime. The survey aims to assess corporate attitudes towards fraud and economic crime in the current economic environment and the effect these are having on organizations' business ethics and compliance programmes as well as what types of fraud are most common. Click here to download previous GECS report[...] READ MORE

The post Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey 2018 and 2016 Report appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Dairy firms to set own retail prices

Traders producing and importing milk and food supplements for children under 6 years old will be allowed to self-determine the retail prices for their products, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) announced on Wednesday.

The post Dairy firms to set own retail prices appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Fund Raising: The Death Of Traditional Donor Money?

Times are changing in the development sector. As MDF consultants, we witness major changes in the donor landscape all the time. Traditional aid sources may slowly dry up. Bilateral donors are facing major budget cuts. Many countries are shifting from aid to trade, and even UN agencies are confronted with dwindling resources. What does this mean for the non-profit organizations which rely on these funding streams?

The post Fund Raising: The Death Of Traditional Donor Money? appeared first on Dutch Business Association Vietnam.

Lees verder

Geen opmerkingen: