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New FDI up 15%

27-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 26/Feb/2006 Xinhua | 8:35 AM

So far this year, the planning ministry has licensed 113 foreign-invested projects with registered capital of nearly US$1.2 billion, posting respective year-on-year rises of [...]
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Goods sales via supermarkets account for 10%

25-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 24/Feb/2006 VietnamNet | 8:38 AM

Presently, goods sales are mainly via the market system, accounting for some 40%, via independent retail shops some 44%, via the modern distribution system such as [...]
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Minister admits Vietnam’s FDI policies better than Indonesia’s

25-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 23/Feb/2006 Antara | 8:25 AM

Indonesia’s coordinating minister for the Economy Boediono admitted that investment and taxation policies in Vietnam are more advanced than similar regulations in [...]
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HCM City FDI rises

24-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 23/Feb/2006 Kinh Te Vietnam & The Gioi page 1 | 7:50 AM

HCM City from January 1 to February 15 licensed 35 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects with total approved capital of US$35.6 million, increasing by nine projects and [...]
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2006 CPI forecast at 8.4%

24-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 22/Feb/2006 Reuters | 7:49 AM

The consumer price index (CPI) in February was estimated to have risen 8.4% from a year earlier, slower than an 8.8% increase last month, government data showed Wednesday [...]
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HCM City CPI rises 2.38%

24-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 23/Feb/2006 Kinh Te Vietnam & The Gioi page 16 | 7:48 AM

Consumer price index (CPI) in HCM City in February increased by 2.38% against January. Namely, good price rose by 1.87%, service price 3.96%. God CPI leapt up to 10.44% while [...]
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Finance ministry budgets 140b dong for trade promotion

24-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 22/Feb/2006Thoi Bao Kinh Te Vietnam page 1 | 7:41 AM

The Ministry of Finance decided to spend 140 billion dong from the state budget supporting the national trade promotion programme 2006. Additionally, the ministry also [...]
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Vietnam could be the new China

24-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 22/Feb/2006 Entrepreneur.com | 7:33 AM

When Patrick Kruse realised he’d have to manufacture offshore if he wanted to remain competitive, he started with China. That gave him the labour-cost savings he [...]
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February CPI rises 2.1%

23-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 22/Feb/2006 Thoi Bao Kinh Te Vietnam | 8:14 AM

Prices of some goods groups in February have posted record growth however surge of consumer price index (CPI) has limited at the most optimistic level in nearly five years. [...]
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HCM City February exports up 24% yoy

23-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 22/Feb/2006 Kinh Te Vietnam & The Gioi page 4 | 7:52 AM

HCM City exports in February are estimated at over US$1.012 billion, up 12.8% compared with the month before the Tet festival, but still up 6.1% against the same period of [...]
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Vietnam ranks tenth in tourism brand awareness

22-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 20/Feb/2006 Du Lich page 1 | 7:53 AM

Vietnam ranks the tenth in two lists including “most improved nation brand name” and “emerging nation brand names”. This is the result of ranking nation brand name on [...]
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Indirect investment gives top slot to US

22-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 21/Feb/2006 Thanh Nien | 7:24 AM

The US has become the biggest investors in Vietnam, following a report on effects of US-Vietnam Bilateral Trade Agreement (BTA) on the US foreign direct investment in Vietnam [...]
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EU bound textile exports up 50%

21-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 20/Feb/2006 Thoi Bao Kinh Te Vietnam page 3 | 7:57 AM

Textile exports to EU in January was estimated at US$100 million an increase of 50% compared with the same period last year according to the trade ministry. Textile exports [...]
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Vietnam targets over US$9.5 exports in Q1

18-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 17/Feb/2006 Dien Dan Doanh Nghiep | 9:33 AM

Although Vietnam’s January export turnover reached US$2.8 billion, an increase of 16% against that of US$2 billion of last January, it decreased 10% compared with December [...]
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Purchasing power parity forecasted to rise by 20%

17-Feb-2006 Intellasia | 16/Feb/2006 Kinh Te Vietnam & The Gioi page 4 | 8:34 AM

The purchasing power parity (PPP) in Vietnam is likely to rise steadily to about 20% in 2006, according to a forecast from the Ministry of Trade. The trade ministry said that [...]
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