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Five up and two out in HCM City

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 28-MAR-2002 Saigon Giai Phong Page 3 | 2:03 PM

In the ten first weeks this year, HCM City saw increased capital of five foreign invested projects worth US$7.528 million including Vietnam J.H Co., Ltd., Ernst &Young [...]
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Exports to US soars

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 13-MAR-2002 Dau Tu Page 1 | 2:03 PM

Export revenue to the United States market is tending to increase strongly this year, especially for key commodities such as garments and textiles, seafood and footwear, [...]
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HCM City leads foreign investment

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 04-MAR-2002 Sai Gon Giai Phong Page 7 | 2:03 PM

HCM City attracted 59 foreign-invested projects in the first two months this year with total registered investment capital of US$112.6 million, up 80% compared with the same [...]
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Tourism numbers lag

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 01-MAR-2002 Tuoi Tre Page 2 | 2:03 PM

Vietnam ranks second in the region to Malaysia in terms of tourism growth in 2001, head of Pacific Asia Travel Association (Pata) reported at the February 28 conference on [...]
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FDI in tourism

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 6-MAR-2002 Dau Tu Page 11 | 2:03 PM

Approved foreign direct investment (FDI) in the tourism industry has reached about US$9.4 billion, about one fifth of overall FDI, according to incomplete statistics by [...]
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Hanoi foreign tourist arrivals surge

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 29-MAR-2002 Viet Nam News Page 16 | 2:03 PM

International visitors to Hanoi rose to 180,000 in the first quarter of this year, a rise of 20% compared with the same period last [...]
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Can Tho joins 5t dong club

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 04-JAN-2002 Lao Dong Page 3 | 2:03 PM

Industrial output value of Can Tho province in 2001 reached 5.9 trillion dong, an increase of 25% over the same period last year. Of these, domestic enterprises contributed [...]
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HCM City tourism up

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 28-MAR-2002 Saigon Times Daily Page 3 | 2:03 PM

Nearly 372,000 foreign tourists visited HCM City in the first three months of this year, up 10% year-on-year and realising 27% of the 2002 target, according to a Tourism [...]
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Travel industry rated high

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 14-MAR-2002 Sai Gon Giai Phong Page 3 | 2:03 PM

Vietnam travel industry has a rather high growth rate compared with other regional countries, according to Pacific–Asia Tourist Association. During the 1999–2001 period, [...]
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Footwear earnings

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 29-MAR-2002 Thoi Bao Kinh Te Vietnam Page 4 | 2:03 PM

Footwear export earnings in the first quarter were US$440 million estimates the trade ministry up by 11.3% against the year-earlier [...]
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HCM City Q1 exports down, spending up

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 29-MAR-2002 Saigon Times Daily Page 3 | 2:03 PM

HCM City posts 8.9% GDP growth in first quarter The gross domestic product of HCM City in the first quarter is estimated at 12,654 billion dong based on 1994 prices, a rise [...]
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Hanoi GDP grows 9.7% in Q1

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 4-APR-2002 Tin Tuc Page 1 | 2:03 PM

Hanoi’s gross domestic product (GDP) in the first quarter this year hit a record 9.7%. Meanwhile, the city’s industrial production increased by 26.3%, and investment in [...]
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EIU comments on reforms

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 28-MAR-2002 Tin Nhanh Page 1 | 2:03 PM

Commenting on the business environment in Vietnam, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) forecasts that from 2002–2003 the state-owned economic sector will continue to be [...]
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GDP growth posted 6.6% in Q1

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 1-APR-2002 Dau Tu Page 4 | 2:03 PM

Vietnam’s gross domestic products (GDP) in the first quarter this year increased by 6.6%, lower than the official figure of 7.1% in 2001 and falling short of the [...]
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Growth rests on private sector

07-Jan-2007 Intellasia | 10-APR-2002 Tin Nhanh Page 1 | 2:03 PM

Vietnam is likely to grow by 5–6% this year and perhaps 7% next year due to the introduction of open policies for the private economic sector according to the World Bank [...]
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