31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Flexible state budget management for national sustainable finance: Minister
The finance ministry would allocate VND3 trillion (US$130 million) from the state budget for the Covid-19 fight.
11:06, 2021/06/06
Vietnam may rely on West African crude oil as domestic output falters: S&P
Nigerian and Angolan grades are seen as cheaper than Southeast Asian oil.
16:27, 2020/27/12
Vietnam state budget revenue fall 9% in Jan-May on Covid-19
So far, total amount of deferrals of tax payment and land rental fees under the government’s support programs stood at VND37 trillion (US$1.58 billion) as of May.
14:13, 2020/13/01
Vietnam records over US$800-million fiscal surplus in 4-month period
As of April 15, budget revenue collection reached VND427.2 trillion (US$18.35 billion), equivalent to 28.2% of the year's estimate.
09:38, 2020/38/02
Vietnam crude oil and natural gas production face downside risks on Covid-19
Overall crude oil and natural gas production in Vietnam may suffer year-on-year declines of 5% and 1%, respectively, in 2020.
12:25, 2020/25/22
Iran plans to promote investments in Vietnam
The move is intended for Iranian businessmen and traders to become acquainted with the business potential of Vietnam and having more vigorous presence in this market.
16:09, 2020/09/16
Vietnam would struggle to reach GDP target in 2020: Expert
Higher inflationary pressure, unstable crude oil and gas prices from geopolitical tension and the ongoing US – China trade war are among major risks to Vietnam’s economy this year.
15:24, 2020/24/03
Vietnam 2019 customs revenue hits all-time high of US$15 billion
Vietnam’s active participation in multilateral and bilateral trade agreements created a pathway for improvements in the country’s business environment and support local enterprises to grow.
14:18, 2019/18/19
Cars imports, crude oil help Vietnam customs beat 2019 revenue target
In the January – November period, Vietnam imported 135,230 cars worth US$2.91 billion, up 100.4% in quantity and 97.7% in value year-on-year.
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