Vietnam’s central bank said Feb. 22 it would impose heavy fines on businesses and individuals illegally displaying the price of their goods and services in foreign currencies. Those who carry out this practice without proper authorization will receive fines ranging from five to 12 million VND, the State Bank of Vietnam said. The display of products and services in foreign currencies breaks Vietnam’s foreign exchange laws, according to the State Bank. The bank sent an official dispatch on the regulation to appropriate agencies the same day. Reported by T.Xuan – Translated by Hieu Trung.