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December 14, 2012: Vietnam's 3-year government bonds have worst week in two months
Vietnam’s three-year bonds had the worst week in two months on speculation banks will scale back investments as they hoard cash to meet year-end requirements. The dong was stable on Friday.
 
December 13, 2012: Japan builds Vietnam bank presence as Mitsubishi UFJ seeks stake
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. may become Japan’s third megabank in five years to buy a stake in a Vietnamese lender, part of a surge in the country’s investment to Southeast Asia as the region develops.
 
December 12, 2012: Avon to trim 1,500 jobs, exit Vietnam
Avon Products Inc., the world’s largest door-to-door cosmetics seller, will cut about 1,500 jobs globally and exit South Korea and Vietnam as part of plan to save $400 million by the end of 2015.
   
December 10, 2012: Vietnam says it has averted risk to safety of banking system
Vietnam’s government said it has averted risks to the safety of the nation’s banks, even as the World Bank said concerns about the sector are increasing.
   
December 10, 2012: Private equity looks to Vietnam and Indonesia: survey
Higher prices for companies in North America and political and regulatory risks in China are leading private equity investors to consider the emerging markets of southeast Asia, a survey has found.
   
December 8, 2012: Vietnam begins building $1.37 billion Mekong Delta power plant
Vietnam Electricity began building a VND28.5 trillion ($1.37 billion) coal-fired electricity plant in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh as the country seeks to reduce its dependence on hydropower.
   
December 7, 2012: Vietnam manufacturing up amidst Asian recovery
Manufacturing activity rebounded in Vietnam after a long contraction due to strong domestic demand and new data across Asia also showed improvement. The manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) released Monday by HSBC and Markit Economics climbed to 50.5, the highest level in 14 months, from 48.7 in October. The gauge covers around 400 companies. An index below 50 indicates a contraction.



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