HÀ NỘI — Tariffs being cut to zero under the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA) from January 1 this year and the COVID-19 pandemic have made for a tough year for the sugar industry, heard an online seminar held by Nhân Dân (People) e-newspaper on Wednesday. … [Read more...] about Sugar firms struggle due to ATIGA
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“The Vietnamese real estate market will only become more attractive for international developers and funds in the coming years. Moreover, with great efforts from the central government, the current legal system has become more transparent and will continue to be so. This is a key factor which will continue to speed up foreign investment in the economy,” said Tiong. … [Read more...] about Developers’ commitment to Vietnam illustrating strengths
In case the number of constituents increases, the most likely candidates are Saigon Thuong Tin Bank (HSX: STB) and Saigon Hanoi Bank (HSX: SHB). Changes to the MVIS Vietnam Index will take effect on December 21 or after the closing of business on December 18. … [Read more...] about FTSE Vietnam and MVIS December portfolio rebalancing: Which companies benefit?
While the newly-promoted Napoli are rooted to the bottom of the Serie A table and struggling against better-funded men’s team-affiliated clubs like AC Milan and Juventus, Huynh is enjoying the challenge of playing in the football-mad city that recently mourned the passing of the beloved Diego Maradona. … [Read more...] about Alexandra Huynh lives out Serie A dream with Napoli
At the banks, corporate customers can select assorted credit products designed to different sectors such as high-tech agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment. Especially the product of providing credit for construction customers can allow customers to use the contracts as guaranteed collaterals. … [Read more...] about Guarantee incentives for corporate customers at BAC A BANK