HCMC tries to keep commodity prices stable at year's end

HCMC tries to keep commodity prices stable at year's end

The HCMC Department of Industry and Trade said it encourages enterprises to take turns launching promotional programs in supermarket chains to serve consumer demand and boost consumption from now to year-end.

Petrol prices remain unchanged

Petrol prices remaining stable

The Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance in the fuel price control meeting yesterday requested that fuel businesses keep petrol prices unchanged while allowing them to adjust prices of certain kinds of oil.
Doctor Nguyen Huu Hung, Deputy Director of the HCMC Department of Health is working with Tu Du Hospital on the outbreak of swine flu here.

Outbreak of swine flu A/H1N1 in HCMC basically eliminated

Doctor Nguyen Ba My Nhi of Tu Du Maternity Hospital announced yesterday that all patients having symptoms of swine flu A/H1N1 and quarantined people were discharged from the hospital when showing stable condition after careful treatment and observation. There was no more new patient infected with the disease.

The retail prices of RON 92 petrol and E5 bio-fuel remained unchanged at VND18,580 (81 US cents) and VND18,243 per litre, respectively, at 3pm on Tuesday after continuous increases in recent months. (Photo: vietq.vn)

Retail petrol prices kept stable

The retail prices of RON 92 petrol and E5 bio-fuel remained unchanged at VND18,580 (81 US cents) and VND18,243 per litre, respectively, at 3pm on Tuesday after continuous increases in recent months.
State Bank of Vietnam Governor Le Minh Hung. (Photo: VNA/VNS)

Exchange rate will be kept stable: SBV governor

State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Governor Le Minh Hung said yesterday he was confident that the dong/dollar exchange rate will remain stable for the foreseeable future.
 
Consumers buy vegetables at a clean farm produce fair in HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

Goods supply abundant, prices stable in HCMC

Prices of many food, seafood, vegetables and fruits have returned to be stable since early this month after increasing at the end of October because of unusual weather, according to the HCMC Department of Finance.
Customers shopping at a supermarket in HCM City. The Government reported yesterday to the National Assembly that the macro economy remains stable. (Photo: VNA/VNS)

Economy stable, inflation under 4%

The Government reported yesterday to the National Assembly that the macro economy remains stable, inflation is controlled under 4 percent, and the annual growth target of 6.7 percent is likely to be achieved. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita is estimated to reach US$2,400 this year.