The SBV net withdrew 33.6 trillion dong and interbank rates fell sharply

The SBV net withdrew VND33,600bn and the interbank rates fell sharply in the first week after the Lunar New Year, suggesting that the liquidity of the system is plentiful as the amount of idle money after Tet is tending to return. re-banking system. Accordingly, in the weekly bond newsletter (from February 19 to February 23), Bao Viet Securities Company (BVSC) said that the interbank average interest rate last week tended to fall sharply for 1-week and 2-week terms with a [...]

Asian steel stocks plummeted, many of them harshly criticized Mr. Trump’s new tax policy

Although the US president has kept secret about the interests of the United States against foreign producers, the danger is that other nations will retaliate. Shares of aluminum and aluminum manufacturers across Asia are in a state of flame due to the impact of President Donald Trump’s increased tariffs on imports, and a deeper risk of a war. the global crisis. Steel stocks led the downside with South Korea’s Posco, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal of Japan, and Baoshan Iron & [...]

CPTPP: Vietnam must reform more strongly to benefit

The CPTPP agreement created pressure for institutional reform and policy reform to bring about a favorable business environment for businesses. The Comprehensive Partnership and Transpacific Progressive Partnership (CPTPP) has been finalized by the 11 participating countries for a legal review and completion of internal procedures for preparation. for the signing. Without US, CPTPP still has many potential It is no coincidence that at the APEC Summit, the previous TPP Agreement and part of the CPTPP has been identified as one of the [...]

Vietnam signs CPTPP, opens new chapter for global trade

Vietnam’s Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh and 10 Ministers signed the Comprehensive and Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in Santiago, Chile. Take history The CPTPP is a new free trade agreement that was created to replace the TPP after the United States withdrew. Despite the lack of the world’s largest economy, CPTPP still holds the highest standards and most advanced. This agreement will enter into force sixty days after the ratification of six of the 11 members, including Australia, Brunei, [...]