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Illustrative photo Binh Phuoc enjoys impressive growth in FDI attraction
(09/04/2018-17:08:00 PM)
The southern province of Binh Phuoc has attracted 11 investment projects totalling 100 million USD in the first quarter of 2018, approximately equal to this year’s target.
Work starts on five RoK-invested projects in Binh Phuoc
(20/03/2018-00:46:00 AM)
A groundbreaking ceremony for five projects invested by businesses from the Republic of Korea was held on March 16 at Becamex – Binh Phuoc industrial and urban complex in Chon Thanh district, the southern province of Binh Phuoc.
Binh Phuoc RoK firms seek investment opportunities in Binh Phuoc
(05/02/2018-16:55:00 PM)
A delegation from the Republic of Korea (RoK) led by Cho Moon Soo, President of Hank Cuk Carbon Group, met with leaders of the southern province of Binh Phuoc to seek investment opportunities in the locality.
The headquarters of the Malaysian Central Bank (Photo: malaysia-chronicle) WB: Malaysia to become high-income country by 2024
(06/10/2018-15:17:00 PM)
The World Bank (WB) has projected Malaysia’s economy to become a high-income country at some point between 2020 and 2024.
Tanjong Pagar Terminal in Singapore (Photo: AFP/VNA) Growth in developing East Asia Pacific to slow down to 6.3 percent: WB
(06/10/2018-15:15:00 PM)
Growth in developing East Asia Pacific (EAP) countries is expected to slow slightly to 6.3 percent in 2018, compared to last year, due to the moderation in China’s economic expansion, according to the World Bank (WB)’s EAP Economic Update released on October 4.
A corner of Bangkok city, Thailand. (Photo: Bangkokpost) Thailand’s economy sees positive signs
(06/10/2018-15:09:00 PM)
The Thai economy continues to gain further traction from both domestic and external demand, the central bank of Thailand (BOT) said in its press release on economic and monetary conditions in August.

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