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Vietnam banks bad debts drop to 2.58 pct: data

The bad debts ratio of the Vietnamese banking sector declined to 2.58 percent as of the end of June, according to new official figures. It represented a decrease of two percentage points from a month earlier, the central bank’s website reported Thursday, quoting Doan Van Thang, deputy director of the ...

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Microsoft Wins Appeal on Overseas Data Searches

By NICK WINGFIELD and CECILIA KANG July 14, 2016 For the last few years, American technology giants have been embroiled in a power struggle with the United States government over when authorities get to see and use the digital data that the companies collect. On Thursday, Microsoft won a surprise victory in one such ...

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New companies, shutdowns both rise at fast pace in Vietnam: data

A total of 36,626 companies in Vietnam were closed in the first six months, or around 203 shutdowns a day, according to new data released by the Ministry of Planning and Investment. Among them, 5,507 have completed procedures for dissolution, up 17 percent from the same period last year. The rest were temporarily ...

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Back taxes in Vietnam rise to $3.36 billion: data

Old, unpaid personal and business taxes in Vietnam swelled to VND76 trillion (US$ 3.36 billion) at the end of April, up 4.3 percent from December, local media reported, citing the General Department of Taxation. Many businesses made losses and even closed down, thus being unable to pay taxes in time, Vietnam ...

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S.E.C. Orders Exxon Mobil Shareholder Vote on to Climate Data

The Securities and Exchange Commission has told Exxon Mobil it must include a resolution on its annual shareholder proxy that, if approved, would force the company to outline for investors how its profitability may be affected by climate change and the legislation that aims to combat it. The decision was ...

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Report Says Networks Give N.S.A. Less Data Than Long Suspected

The National Security Agency’s headquarters at Fort Meade, Md. By CHARLIE SAVAGE February 16, 2016 WASHINGTON — A newly declassified report by the National Security Agency’s inspector general suggests that the government is receiving far less data from Americans’ international Internet communications than privacy advocates have long suspected. The report indicates that when ...

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China G.D.P. Growth at Slowest Pace Since 2009, Data Shows

An investor at a securities company in Beijing. Investors have been on edge in recent weeks amid renewed turmoil in China’s stock markets and currency exchange rate. By NEIL GOUGH January 18, 2016 HONG KONG — China’s gross domestic product grew at its slowest pace since 2009 in the fourth quarter, a development ...

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Business Briefing: Mixed Japan Data Clouds Economic Outlook

While Japan’s core consumer prices rose for the first time in five months in November, household spending tumbled, casting doubt on the central bank’s view that robust consumption will help accelerate inflation to its 2 percent target. The mixed batch of data will keep alive expectations that the Bank of ...

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