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Malaysia’s November exports rises 14.4 pc year-on-year

KUALA LUMPUR (Xinhua) – Malaysia’s exports in November 2017 expanded 14.4 per cent year-on-year to 83.5 billion ringgit (20.92 billion US dollar) on higher manufactured goods demand, Malaysia’s Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) said yesterday. The export growth was down from a 18.9-per cent growth in October last year. MITI said in a […]

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Vietnam: Trade deficit remains under control

The Hanoitimes – In 2017, the National Assembly and the government set target for trade deficit to be under 3% compared to the total export value. However, as of December 15, 2017, Vietnam has had trade surplus of US$ 2.72 billion USD. In order to control trade deficit sustainably in accordance with export strategy in period […]

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SAIGON, VIETNAM - JUNE 18, 2015. Ho Chi Minh city (or Saigon) skyline with colorful house in sunset, Vietnam. Saigon is the largest city in Vietnam with population around 10 million people.
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3 challenges for Vietnam’s economy in 2018

The Hanoitimes – In 2018, Vietnam will have to face 3 main challenges, including: international affairs, lack of capital and qualified human resources, and inconsistent policy implementation. In recent years, the monetary policies have yielded positive results, however, it comes from the efficient implementation, instead of providing efficient policies – banking expert, Dr. Le Xuan Nghia […]

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Vietnam: Vinalines to sell 30% shares to strategic investors

The Hanoitimes – The Ministry of Transport has submitted to the government the equitization plan for Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines), for which the government currently holds 65% of the chartered capital. According to this plan, the Ministry of Transport decided to divest state fund from Vinalines in parallel with issuing stakes to increase chartered capital. […]

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