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Vietnam SMEs are World’s 2nd Most Confident 20/01/2011 11:08

Small- and medium-sized enterprises in Vietnam are the world’s second most confident in terms of local economic growth in the next six months, according to a bi-annual HSBC Small Business Confidence Monitor released Thursday.

Fund Exits Hit 150 in Seven Years 20/01/2011 11:07

Despite some rumours that foreign investment funds had faced difficulties in divestment, a new survey conducted by Grant Thornton Vietnam found that 150 full and partial exits were achieved during the 2003-10.

HCM City CPI Rises 1.01% in Jan 2011: GSO 20/01/2011 11:05

Ho Chi Minh City consumer price index (CPI) is forecast to have increased by 1.01% on-month and 9.29% on-year in the first month of 2011 on demand-push factors on peak season of traditional New Year festival, the city’s Statistics Office said.

Hanoi‘s CPI Increased by 1.68% in January 20/01/2011 11:04

Hanoi's consumer price index in January this year saw a month-on-month increase of 1.68%, the General Statistics Office reported, up 12.36% on the same month last year.

Vietnam Must Erase Balance-of-Payments Deficit, Moody’s Says 20/01/2011 11:03

Vietnam needs to eliminate its balance-of-payments deficit and stabilize its foreign reserves at an adequate level before an upgrade of the nation’s credit rating outlook, Moody’s Investors Service said.

Vietnamese Inflation May Accelerate to 15%, Credit Suisse Says 20/01/2011 11:01

Vietnamese inflation may accelerate to as much as 15%, the highest level in two years, before slowing by the end of 2011, Credit Suisse Group AG said.

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