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Monday, February 26, 2018
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Draft Law on special zones offers maximum incentives Draft Law on special zones offers maximum incentives
Vietnam will have three special administrative-economic units, namely Van Don (Quang Ninh), North Van Phong (Khanh Hoa) and Phu Quoc (Kien Giang), once a draft law on administrative-economic units is passed by the National Assembly.
Businesses ask for transparency fewer rules Businesses ask for transparency, fewer rules
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc pledged the Government would continue to improve the business climate for the private sector to thrive, stressing their critical role in national growth.
PM asks central bank to mobilize idle US dollars PM asks central bank to mobilize idle US dollars
The Prime Minister has requested the central bank to promptly adopt policies to mobilize idle US dollars from the local population to invest in business and production.
New property policy lures overseas Vietnamese foreigners New property policy lures overseas Vietnamese, foreigners
Analysts said the revised laws on housing and real estate business have made Vietnam’s property market more attractive, given its reasonable prices.
Vietnam waives visas for five more countries Vietnam waives visas for five more countries
Nationals from France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK have become next visitors who can enter Vietnam without a visa under a resolution signed by the Prime Minister on June 17.
IT industry planned to turn out more export products IT industry planned to turn out more export products
By 2025, the information technology sector will become a fast, sustainable and profitable economic sector with large export earnings.
20 years U.S.-Vietnam diplomatic relationship: Small Steps to Big Game 20 years U.S.-Vietnam diplomatic relationship: Small Steps to Big Game
This year marks a two-decade anniversary of the U.S.-Vietnam diplomatic relationship. In retrospect, it is a long way between the two nations which used to be former foes in a bloody war that claimed more than fifty-eight thousand American soldiers and more than two million Vietnamese lives from both the North and South Vietnam to fix the wounds.
Institutional reform - a road to national competitiveness Institutional reform - a road to national competitiveness
According to the WEF’s findings, Vietnam’s competitiveness was most significant in the market size pillar (34th) and labor market efficiency pillar (49th) compared with other economies.
State Bank proposes stricter rules on consumer lending State Bank proposes stricter rules on consumer lending
In the future, commercial banks will be allowed to provide consumer loans only to “standard” customers, according to a draft circular recently released by the Central Bank.
A renewed approach to fighting corruption in Vietnam:   Addressing the punitive side of the crime  A renewed approach to fighting corruption in Vietnam: Addressing the punitive side of the crime
All countries in the world, one way or another, are affected by corruption. Vietnam is not an exception to this development ailment. What can be done to reduce it?

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