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Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism reported that Vietnam would receive more than 5 million foreign tourists and the number of local travellers would reach over 28 million this year. The industry expects to turn over VND 85 trillion (USD 4.47 billion).
Thien Duong is Vietnam’s longest cave and filled with magical and mysterious formations, no wonder Quang Binh province hope to entice tourists into the dark.
Nationally, the average registered capital per enterprise has increased over the years, from VND 962 million in 2000 to VND 3.14 billion in 2006; equivalent to a 3.2 times increase. The average registered capital per enterprise was VND 8.1 billion in...
Hoa Binh is a province 73 km away from Hanoi. This place is famous for its mountainous sightseeing and source of mineral water which is pure, containing minerals, vitamins… Visitors coming here often enjoy the fresh air and swimming in the mineral...
Support on taxation in 2009
The Government issued a number of new financial policies, including: allowing SMEs to reduce up to 30% of payable corporate income tax (CIT) in the fourth quarter of 2008 and all of 2009; and extending the deadline for CIT...
The ceramic mosaic mural located in Hanoi (Vietnam) measures 3.85 kilometers long (6,950m2). However, only a 810m section of the mural along the Red River road has set a new Guinness World Record. Beatriz Fernandez, a representative from the Guinness...
The first chart indicates average capital that is registered by enterprises in 8 regions of Vietnam in 2008. Average registered capital ranged from 5.45 to 9.92 billion VND for 7 regions and Mekong Delta was exceptional high with 23.8 billion VND. Explaining...
Due to preparing for meeting and marching at Ba Dinh Square, some streets in Hanoi will be banned from 3 pm to 12pm on October 7:
In the 2000-2009 period, the number of registered business increased by 22% per year on average. During this period, a significant increase was observed in 2000-2001 (an increase of 37%), 2003-2004 (34%) and 2008-2009 (29%). In 2008 and 2009, and in...
Table 1: Key macro indicators
GDP growth (% p.a.)
Inflation (change in CPI, % p.a.)
Credit Growth (% p.a.)
(Source: IMF to 2008, 2009...