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Asia Coffee-Vietnam prices unchanged; Indonesian premium widens

19 Sep 2019

HANOI/BANDAR LAMPUNG, Sept 19 Vietnam's domestic coffee prices were unchanged on Thursday from a week earlier as trade has almost come to a halt ahead of a major harvest beginning next month.

UPDATE 1-Vietnam to abolish import tax on crude oil from November

17 Sep 2019

HANOI, Sept 17 Vietnam will abolish an import tax on crude oil from November, the government said on Tuesday, as the Southeast Asian country becomes more reliant on imported crude for its refineries.

REFILE-Vietravel Airlines plans 2020 launch in fast-growing market

13 Sep 2019

* Will order Airbus or Boeing narrow-body jets at Singapore Airshow

UPDATE 1-Vietnam August trade surplus jumps on Samsung phone shipments

11 Sep 2019

* Trade surplus with U.S. widens to $4.99 bln in Aug from $3.84 bln Aug 2018

UPDATE 1-Singapore's GIC-led consortium to invest $500 mln in Vingroup unit

09 Sep 2019

HANOI, Sept 9 A consortium led by Singapore's state investor GIC Pte Ltd has agreed with Vietnam's largest conglomerate Vingroup JSC to buy a stake in one of the latter's units for $500 million, GIC said on Monday.

Ride-hailing firm Grab says to invest $500 million in Vietnam over five years

28 Aug 2019

HANOI Ride-hailing firm Grab said on Wednesday it will invest $500 million in Vietnam over the next five years to expand its services in the Southeast Asian country.

Ride-hailing firm Grab says to invest $500 million in Vietnam over five years

28 Aug 2019

HANOI Ride-hailing firm Grab said on Wednesday it will invest $500 million (£407.3 million) in Vietnam over the next five years to expand its services in the Southeast Asian country.

Chinese ship inches closer to Vietnam coastline amid South China Sea tensions

24 Aug 2019

HANOI A Chinese survey vessel on Saturday extended its activities to an area closer to Vietnam's coastline, ship tracking data showed, after the United States and Australia expressed concern about China's actions in the disputed waterways.

New allies Vietnam, Australia express concern over South China Sea tensions

24 Aug 2019

HANOI New allies Vietnam and Australia expressed concern on Friday about China's activities in the South China Sea, where Vietnamese and Chinese vessels are locked in a tense standoff in Vietnamese-controlled waters.

Vietnam demands Chinese ship leaves its exclusive economic zone

16 Aug 2019

HANOI Vietnam has demanded that China remove an oil survey vessel and its escorts from the Southeast Asian country's exclusive economic zone, amid a month-long standoff in waters seen as a potential global flashpoint as the United States challenges Beijing's maritime claims.

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