Shareholders concerned about bank stocks

Shareholders concerned about bank stocks

At the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, it was decided that all banks would issue billions of additional shares to pay for dividends in 2022. This decision will inadvertently put pressure on bank stocks. 
Enterprises prepare for workforce shortage after Tet

Enterprises prepare for workforce shortage after Tet

Every year after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, many businesses face a serious shortage of workers. Last year, due to the impact of social distancing orders, enterprises struggled with a shortage of labor. Therefore, the need to prepare the workforce for the post-Tet period is even more urgent.
Restaurants in HCMC bustling on the first day of dining-in

Restaurants in HCMC bustling on the first day of dining-in

October 28 was the first day Ho Chi Minh City allowed restaurants and eateries to serve customers on-site. Social distancing had closed their doors for many months, with takeaway allowed from the beginning of October. The decision to allow dining-in actually meets the desires of people and businesses alike.
Enterprises accelerate production, business recovery

Enterprises accelerate production, business recovery

After more than half a month of loosening social distancing, Ho Chi Minh City records that 60 percent of enterprises have restored production with a scale of up to 83 percent. The relaxation of social distancing, along with the resumption of the transportation system from the city to other provinces, has created favorable conditions for enterprises to speed up production.
Banks improve credit growth in last months of 2021

Banks improve credit growth in last months of 2021

Credit growth by the end of September 2021 reached 7.17 percent, much higher than the level of 4.99 percent in the same period last year. However, in September, due to the impact of the pandemic and social distancing, the total outstanding balance of the whole economy decreased by VND23 trillion.
Mekong Delta provinces restart production chains

Mekong Delta provinces restart production chains

People in many localities in the Mekong Delta embarked on restarting the production chain in the early days of October because the Covid-19 pandemic in many places had been basically under control, with new Covid-19 cases decreasing sharply.