Việt Nam mượn của Trung Quốc bao nhiêu?

Vũ Quang Việt, Thứ Hai,  3/9/2018, 12:27 

(TBKTSG) – Việt Nam hiện nợ Trung Quốc bao nhiêu là câu hỏi đáng hỏi, bởi vì chính Bộ Kế hoạch và Đầu tư Việt Nam đã cảnh báo về các điều kiện không ưu đãi khi vay “tín dụng ưu đãi” của Trung Quốc.

Kể từ năm 2017, Việt Nam đã ra khỏi danh sách các nước nghèo được ưu tiên nhận vốn ưu đãi từ tổ chức quốc tế, do đó cần thay đổi chính sách phát triển dựa vào vốn nước ngoài. Ảnh: Internet

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Vì sao chiến tranh tiền tệ nguy hiểm hơn thương chiến

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TTCT – Trong bối cảnh cuộc chiến tranh thương mại do Mỹ khởi phát đang lên đến cao trào sau khi Tổng thống Donald Trump áp thêm 10% thuế lên lượng hàng hóa Trung Quốc trị giá 300 tỉ USD có hiệu lực từ 1-9 tới, đã xuất hiện cáo buộc Bắc Kinh đáp trả bằng “lưỡi gươm và lá chắn” quen thuộc của họ: hạ giá đồng nhân dân tệ.

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Keith Bliss, phó chủ tịch cấp cao Cuttone & Co., phân tích trên Yahoo News: “Trung Quốc hiểu khá rõ cách thức họ điều chỉnh đồng tiền để có được những thứ nhất định. Họ nghĩ là họ có trong tay đòn bẩy. Có thể mô tả là họ dùng đồng nhân dân tệ cả như thanh gươm và lá chắn. Tiếp tục đọc “Vì sao chiến tranh tiền tệ nguy hiểm hơn thương chiến”

State treasury raises $133.3 million from bond auction

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Update: November, 03/2017 – 15:40

The State Treasury of Việt Nam on November 1 raised VNĐ3 trillion (US$133.3 million) from government bond auctions on November 1. — Photo tinnhanhchungkhoan.vn
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — The State Treasury of Việt Nam on Wednesday raised VNĐ3 trillion (US$133.3 million) from Government bond auctions, raising the total value of bond issuance to VNĐ156.2 trillion since the beginning of the year.

Four tenures were offered for auction at the Hà Nội Stock Exchange – five-year and 10-year-term bonds valued at VNĐ1 trillion each, and seven-year and 30-year-term bonds valued at VNĐ500 billion each. Tiếp tục đọc “State treasury raises $133.3 million from bond auction”

Vietnam’s capital market increasingly attractive

Last update 17:12 | 27/10/2017

With its steady economic growth, political stability, a youthful population, and equitisation of State-owned enterprises, Viet Nam’s securities market is attractive to investors, the Gateway to Vietnam Conference heard in HCM City on October 25.

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Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh speaks at Gateway to Vietnam 2017, which is being held in HCM City from October 25-27, with the participation of 25 Vietnamese leading companies together with nearly 200 domestic and foreign investment funds.

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh said the country’s population of nearly 100 million, of whom 60 per cent are under 35, is a source of cheap and skilled labour. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam’s capital market increasingly attractive”

VN’s central bank to keep currency stable: Official

vietnamnews Update: October, 23/2017 – 17:24

Deputy Governor of State Bank of Việt Nam Nguyễn Thị Hồng. – Photo SBV

Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Record-high foreign reserves will enable Việt Nam’s central bank to keep the đồng, the local currency, stable for the rest of the year, Bloomberg quoted a central bank official as saying.

With reserve levels at US$45 billion, “we are confident we will be able to maintain the đồng’s value,” in 2017, Nguyễn Thị Hồng, deputy governor of State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV), said on the sidelines of a meeting in Hội An last Saturday. “Such a high level of foreign reserves will allow us to step in to stabilise the money market when needed,” she added.
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Vietnam’s plans to pump more money into economy risky: economists

Last update 08:00 | 31/08/2017
VietNamNet Bridge – Economists have warned that many problems may arise if VND700 trillion is pumped into the national economy to raise the credit growth rate to 22 percent and obtain 6.7 percent GDP growth rate this year.vietnam economy, business news, vn news, vietnamnet bridge, english news, Vietnam news, news Vietnam, vietnamnet news, vn news, Vietnam net news, Vietnam latest news, Vietnam breaking news, credit growth, GDP growth, SBV
Bui Quang Tin, a lecturer at HCM City Banking University, said the increase in money supply will have an impact on GDP, inflation, interest rate and exchange rate.

He pointed out several concerns. First, the economy will need time to absorb the money. If injecting money into production, capital turnover would take 3-6 months on average.

Second, when the money supply increases, people may pour capital into non-production fields such as real estate and securities, fields called ‘instant noodles’ because return on investment capital can be done relatively quickly.

Banks have been asked to restrict lending to these sectors. If banks pour too much money into real estate, the real estate bubble in 2006-2008 will come back.

Banks have been asked to restrict lending to these sectors. If banks pour too much money into real estate, the real estate bubble in 2006-2008 will come back.

If money is disbursed for real estate and securities, the bad debt ratio will increase.

Tin said that IMF and WB had warned about the high credit growth this year which may bring new risks to the banking system.

“The high credit growth may help obtain targeted GDP growth rate, but it will also cause negative impact, which may be even higher than benefits. These are risks in inflation, exchange rate, interest rate, production cost and bad debt.” Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam’s plans to pump more money into economy risky: economists”