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Hydrofoil firm resumes Vung Tau trips at half price
Vietnam to keep dollar/dong rate moves within 2 pct in 2015
Fund helps to rein in bad debts
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Hydrofoil firm resumes Vung Tau trips at half price
A hydrofoil firm has begun ferrying passengers between Ho Chi Minh City and the coastal resort town of Vung Tau at half price
  Hydrofoil firm resumes Vung Tau trips at half price
  Vietnam to keep dollar/dong rate moves within 2 pct in 2015
Fund helps to rein in bad debts
HA NOI (VNS)— The growth of bad debts slowed significantly last year, and risk prevention funds increased, according to the State Bank of Viet Nam.
  Fund helps to rein in bad debts
Garment sector sets ambitious goal
HA NOI (VNS)— The garment industry has targeted an export value of US$18-19 billion this year, an increase of 12 per cent over last year, a representative of the leading State-owned clothing manufacturer Vinatex announced.
  Garment sector sets ambitious goal
Funding sought for transport projects
HA NOI (VNS)— The Ministry of Transport and relevant State agencies needed to mobilise social funding for transport projects, as the current funding available for the transport sector this year stood at only VND20 trillion (over US$961.5 billion) - half of last year's figure, Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai said at an online conference in Ha Noi yesterday.

Moreover, many transport projects had been progressing slowly and were of poor quality, he said, adding that 2013 transport projects must take climate change into account.

  Funding sought for transport projects
Foreign steel firms wary about entering Vietnam amid glut

JFE Holding Inc., Japan’s second-biggest steel producer, has delayed a decision to build a US$3.6-billion integrated steel plant in Vietnam, saying it is worried that the poorly developed market could hinder its operations.

  Foreign steel firms wary about entering Vietnam amid glut
Decentralisation process flags
HA NOI — Local decent-ralisation plans have largely failed to conform to national strategies, according to a report released yesterday by the Viet Nam Institute of Economics (VIE) and Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM).
  Decentralisation process flags
Foreign firms dominate VN smartphone market
HA NOI (VNS)— Vietnamese smartphones are facing difficulties competing with an influx of budget smartphones from leading phone makers such as Samsung, Nokia and LG.
  Foreign firms dominate VN smartphone market
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