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.
15:29, 2021/29/16
Vietnam customs revenue hits over US$3.8 billion in Q1
Resumption of economic activities as a result of effective Covid-19 containment has created room for strong rise in trade activities, stated the customs authorities.
14:41, 2021/41/04
Vietnam Airlines suffers losses of over US$480 million in 2020
With supporting policies from the government and the adoption of a more resilient operation strategy, the airline expects to start generating profit since 2023 and fully recover its accumulated losses by 2025.
20:33, 2021/33/11
State-run cement producer VICEM posts annual increase of US$30 million in profit
The company sets a revenue target of over VND35 trillion (US$1.5 billion) in 2021, up 7% year-on-year, and pre-tax profit of VND2.3 trillion (US$99 million), or an increase of 13%.
15:17, 2020/17/28
Vietnam records US$5.42 billion fiscal deficit in 2020
As of December 15, the budget revenue collection reached VND1,307.4 trillion (US$56.67 billion), equivalent to 86.5% of the year's estimate.
15:27, 2020/27/07
Vietnam tax revenue passes 1,000 trillion-mark in 11-month period
Budget revenue, however, remains short of VND100 trillion (US$4.31 billion) to meet the year’s target with one month to go.
11:49, 2020/49/24
Vietnam records highest rate of SMEs in SE Asia looking for expansion in 2020
The majority of firms are looking to invest in technologies and employee’s skill development during the Covid-19 pandemic.
12:55, 2020/55/11
Vietnam gov’t proposes 30% cut in corporate tax post Covid-19
The tax cut would benefit businesses with revenue in 2020 of less than VND50 billion (US$2.16 million) and a workforce not exceeding 100 employees.
10:51, 2020/51/09
Tax relief stimulus may inflate Vietnam's fiscal deficit in 2020: Fitch
Fitch Solutions’ deficit forecast is wider than the Ministry of Finance’s 5.0-5.1% deficit estimate.
15:48, 2020/48/05
Hanoi’s tourism gradually recovers from Covid-19 impacts
The city’s tourism industry saw a slight increase in number of tourists in May compared to April.
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