In the latest review in mid-2019, Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) still had not added Vietnam to the watchlist for upgrading from frontier to emerging market, though Vietnam could satisfy all quantitative criteria, including market scale, capitalization value and number of listed companies with capitalization value of $1 billion. … [Read more...] about When will Vietnam’s stock market be upgraded?
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BANGKOK THAILAND - Media OutReach - 17 February 2020 - Fake account and famous IT store brands such as iStore, Taradphone are being used by scammers to lure unsuspecting online shoppers into fake e-stores, according to a new finding by Taradphone. … [Read more...] about Taradphone cautions Thai used phone market lost more than 2.5 Million SGD per year to online scammers
The Landmark 81, the now-tallest building in Ho Chi Minh City, is blurry in the clouds. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan An aerial view of fireworks at Me Linh Square in District 1 on the occasion of 2018 New Year’s Eve. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan An aerial view of District 1 from the other side of the Saigon River in Binh Thanh District. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan An aerial view of the Landmark 81, the new icon of Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan An aerial view of the Landmark 81 and the Vinhomes Central Park residential area. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan An aerial view of the iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica in District 1 from Diamond Plaza Building. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan An aerial view of fireworks seen from District 4 on Vietnam Reunification Day on April 30, 2018. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan An aerial view of the Phu My Bridge connecting District 2 and District 7. Photo: Nguyen Tan Tuan An aerial view of fireworks seen from District 4 on Vietnam National Day on September 2, 2018. Photo: … [Read more...] about Vietnamese photographer captures stunning aerial photos of Saigon
VASEP Deputy General Secretary Nguyen Hoai Nam said several enterprises exporting tra fish (pangasius), tuna and shrimp had faced suspension of payment for export contracts because Chinese banks were not open due to the coronavirus epidemic. It was expected that from February 16 when banks are set to reopen, Chinese partners would be able to pay Vietnamese export contracts for goods shipped by sea. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES FEB. 14
“Vietnamese people stock up on medicines while improving their immune system,” Lien said. “In recent times, the increasing sales at our stores come from regular customers who are aware of the importance of clean food. They also prefer cooking at home instead of going out to make sure their food is safe and that they can avoid crowds. Besides that, sales have also increased thanks to foreign customers – however, they still spend less than our Vietnamese customers,” Lien said. … [Read more...] about Virus rouses food safety awareness in Vietnam