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Petrol prices see mixed changes, oil prices up

Petrol prices see mixed changes, oil prices up

The retail prices of RON 95 petrol and all oil products increased in the latest adjustment on July 11 by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.
Vietnam’s public debt decreases significantly

Vietnam’s public debt decreases significantly

Vietnam’s public debt in the 2017-2021 period decreased dramatically from 61.4 percent of its GDP to 43.1 percent, according to the latest information released by the Ministry of Finance.
MoF proposes further cut to environmental protection tax for petrol

MoF proposes further cut to environmental protection tax for petrol

To control increases in petrol prices, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has proposed to reduce the environmental protection tax for petrol products to the floor level. The reduction will be from VND550-1,100 per liter, depending on the kind of petrol. 
Petrol prices rise from September 25

Petrol prices rise from September 25

Retail petrol prices increase by more than VND500 per liter from 3pm on September 25 following the latest adjustment by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.
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Debate over amendment of Circular 01

 In January 2021, the State Bank of Vietnam submitted a draft amendment to the Ministry of Finance for some changes to Circular 01/2020, asking credit institutions to restructure the time limit for debt payment, exemption, reducing of interest and fees, and keeping the debt group intact to support customers affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. 
Gasoline price reduces to about VND12,000 a liter

Gasoline price reduces to about VND12,000 a liter

Petrol prices started reducing by VND4,100-4,252 a liter to around VND12,000 a liter since 3p.m. on March 29 according to the requirement by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance.