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Day: February 26, 2024

VN-Index up, foreign traders net-buy US$1.3 million, February 26

The VN-Index has started the week with a 12.17 point or 1 percent gain to finish the day at 1,224.17 points. Foreign traders returned to net-buying after a huge sell-off Friday, though only marginally, net-buying US$1.3 million worth of stock. Trading history, foreign investors, last five trading days Buy Sell

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Vietnam Stock Market Indexes: Quick Guide 2024

The Vietnam stock market index most commonly used is the VN-Index. This is made up of a basket of stocks listed on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange–or HoSE for short–and is published and analysed in most major news publications in Vietnam daily. That said, there are several other

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Snapshot: Manufacturing in Vietnam, January 2024

Each month the-shiv provides a snapshot of the manufacturing sector in Vietnam covering the latest developments, key performance indicators, and government data. January overview The year 2023 was the most difficult year in 30 years for the textile and garment industry in 30 years, Le Tien Truong, vice chairman of

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Vietnam’s Stock Market, January 2024: Snapshot

January was a good month for Vietnam’s key stock market, the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange. The key domestic index, the VN-index, rose by more than 30 points and foreign-traders net bought into the market to the tune of just over US$7 million. On the latter point, though a

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Hanoi airport reaches 38,000 arrivals a day, exceeds capacity

In the week following the Lunar New Year, Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport, was welcoming up to 38,000 international arrivals a day, VN Express is reporting. This puts the airport well over its capacity of 10 million arrivals a year or around 27,000 passengers a day.  Ho Chi Minh City’s

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Article on developing Vietnam’s cultural industries missing key point

Vietnamnet is carrying an article that discusses how Vietnam can develop its cultural industries. It notes that cultural industries generate up to 10 percent of global GDP, however, in 2021, Vietnam’s cultural industries accounted for  3.61 percent of the country’s GDP.  The publication carries comments from Nguyen Phuong Hoa, head

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