Banking In Vietnam

  • Monetary Policy in Vietnam (Bis)

    policy in Vietnam: the case of a transition country Ulrich Camen 1 1. Introduction A major objective of the Vietnamese authorities in the coming five years is it to strengthen the integration of the Vietnamese economy into the world economy. An important milestone has been the Vietnam-US Bilateral Trade Agreement, BTA. A subsequent milestone will be Vietnamese membership in the WTO, which is under preparation and expected for 2006. As part of this process of internationalisation, Vietnam is also

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  • Vietnam

    Vietnam: A History By : Stanley Karnow | April 4 2012 | This paper is about Vietnam: A History a novel on America’s involvement on the war in Vietnam and the policies and feelings surrounding the war. | Book Report | Works Cited Karnow, Stanley. Vietnam: A History. New York: Penguin, 1997. Print. The Vietnam War was not just of interest to the government but the world took great interest

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  • Banking

    funds. Banking sector for great banking has its own significance. Green banking means promoting environmental friendly practices and reducing carbon footprint from banking activities. To aid the reduction of external carbon emission, bank should finance green technology and pollution reducing projects. The present paper aims to highlight Indian initiatives by various banks adopting green banking in India. Further, an attempt has been made to enlist certain strategies of adopting green banking. Defining

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  • Banking

    Executive Summary Mobile Banking (Vishavjit Singh & gurjeet singh brar) Mobile devices have increasingly become tools that consumers use for banking, payments, budgeting, and shopping. The use of mobile phones in order to effectuate banking transactions is bound to increase in a significant way in the near future. This growth in mobile financial services not only depends on technological advances, but also on consumer confidence in the provided services. Almost every person has a cell

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  • Vietnam Div

    Member Profile DEPOSIT INSURANCE VIETNAM I. INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE DEPOSIT INSURANCE OF VIETNAM (DIV) D e posit I nsu r a n ce of Vie t n a m ( DIV), a St at e- owned Financial I nst it ut ion of Viet nam was est ablished on Novem ber 9t h 1999. DIV s funct ion is t o safeguard t he deposit ors legit im at e right s and int erest s, t o cont ribut e t o t he st abilit y of insured deposit I nst it ut ions and ensure t he safe and sound developm ent of t he banking indust ry. DIV is a non - profit

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  • Banking

    Banks over the years, have become a significant aspect of an economy. With the on going financial depression, the position of banks have become all the more important in the course of working of the money market and hence the economy of a nation. The banking sector forming a portion of the financial sector primarily works as a financial intermediary generating money supply. From the different macro economic models , banks have been found to be a part of the supply side of the economy . However, over time

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  • Banking

    A PROJECT REPORT ON FINANCIAL SERVICES OF BANKS Submitted to University of Mumbai in Partial fulfillment Of the requirement of the Degree of B.Com ³BANKING & INSURANCE´ Under guidance of PROF. RUEEN PATEL VPM¶S K.G Joshi College of Arts N.G Bedekar College of Commerce Thane (E) Academic Year: 2010-11 BYJEMINI.J.PATIL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT In completing this project I am deeply conscious of my debt to all those, without whose warm support, enragement & guidance this project was not possible

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    | Người tìm việc lưu ý PIZZA HUT VIETNAM Địa chỉ | 506 Nguyễn Đình Chiểu, Quận 3 | Điện thoại | 38181868 | Quy mô | Trên 500 người | Website | pizzahut.vn | Mô tả | Pizza Hut - a part of Yum! Brands - is the largest and most successful pizza restaurant chain in the world. Pizza Hut Vietnam established in 2006 with 100% foreign-invested funds and just celebrated the opening of the 30th restaurant at the end of 2012. Working at Pizza Hut Vietnam is about finding the place where you

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  • Banking

    being followed by GOI. Since then most traditional and outdated concepts, practices, procedures and methods of banking have changed significantly. Today, banks in India have become more customer-focused and service-oriented than they were before 1991. They now also give a lot of importance to their rural customers. They are even willing ready to help them and serve regularly the banking needs of country-side India. The following points briefly highlight the changing role of banks in India. 1

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  • Banking in Vietnam

    Local banks can take some fundamental steps to address Vietnam’s pressing non performing loan situation, writes Steve Punch, Financial Services director at KPMG in Vietnam. Extensive literature has been written about the “true” level of non performing loans (NPL’s) in the Vietnamese banking system over the last 18 months. The ongoing commentary has been both absorbing and humorous. The first red flag was raised by ratings agency Fitch in August, 2011. At the time, reported system NPLs for Vietnamese

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  • Banking

    E- Banking System in Pakistan ` E- Banking System in Pakistan Written by, Muhammad Rahimuddin rud777@hotmail.com 691205 0694 Syed Asif Abbas Bukhari asifbukhari82@hotmail.com 720512-1234 Supervised by Eva. Wittbom School of Management Blekinge Institute of Technology Ronneby, Sweden Thesis for the Master‟s degree in Business Administration, Spring-2010 Blekinge Institute of Technology, Ronneby, SWEDEN Thesis for the Master‟s degree in Business Administration Spring

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  • Banking

    Introduction During the last two decades the banking sector has experienced worldwide major transformations in its operating environment. Both external and domestic factors have affected its structure and performance. Despite the increased trend toward bank disintermediation observed in many countries, the role of banks remains central in financing economic activity in general and different segments of the market in particular. A sound and profitable banking sector is better able to withstand negative

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  • Banking

    of banks. Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) of the Indian banking sector have been rising in 2011-12, reached at 2.9% from 2.4% in 2008-09. NPA represent bad loans, the borrowers of which failed to satisfy their repayment obligations. Michael (2006) emphasized that NPA in loan portfolio affect operational efficiency which in turn affects profitability, liquidity and solvency position of banks. Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) of the Indian banking sector have been rising in 2011-12, reached at 2.9%

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  • Banking

    bManual on Financial and Banking Statistics LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ACF AD ADB ADR AFS AGM AIRCSC Auto-Correlation Function Authorized Dealer Asian Development Bank American Depository Receipt Annual Financial Statement Annual General Meeting All India Rural Credit Survey Committee Additive Outliers Auto Regression Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average Available For Sale CBS CC CD CD Ratio CDBS CF CFRA CGRA CII CO CP Consolidated Banking Statistics Cash Credit Certificate of Deposit

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  • Banking System in Vietnam

    Cracow University of Economics Money & Banking THE BANKING SYSTEM IN VIETNAM THE BANKING SYSTEM IN VIETNAM As one of fastest grown economies in Asia with annual economic growth rate around 5 to 7% (5.98% in 2011), almost 70% of Vietnamese inhabitants are in the working age from 15 to 64 years old,Vietnam’s economy has become an attractive market for investors worldwide as a tiger in South East Asia. Investing in Vietnam generally and in its financial market as well provides investors diverse benefited

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  • Banking

    Adoption of Internet Banking UNDERSTANDING CONSUMER ADOPTION OF INTERNET BANKING: AN INTERPRETIVE STUDY IN THE AUSTRALIAN BANKING CONTEXT Sharman Lichtenstein Deakin University, Australia sharman.lichtenstein@deakin.edu.au Kirsty Williamson Monash University and Charles Sturt University, Australia kirsty.williamson@sims.monash.edu.au ABSTRACT This paper reports key findings from an interpretive study of Australian banking consumer experiences with the adoption of internet banking. The paper provides

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  • Corporate Bond in Vietnam

    Corporate Bond Market in the Transition Economy of Vietnam, 1990-2010 VUONG, Quan-Hoang and TRAN, Tri Dung Corporate bond appeared early in 1992-1994 in Vietnamese capital markets. However, it is still not popular to both business sector and academic circle. This paper explores different dimensions of Vietnamese corporate bond market using a unique, and perhaps, most complete dataset. State not only intervenes in the bond markets with its powerful budget and policies but also competes directly

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  • Vietnam

    Vietnam has a population of 2,000,000 the population is made up of mainly Vietnamese and Ethnic Chinese. Other minorities include Khmer and Cham descendants that lived in central and southern Vietnam before it was conquered by the Vietnamese. There are a few Tribal groups in Vietnam that make up 7 percent of the population. Their ancestors came from other Asian countries and have settled in in Vietnam. The different ethnic groups get along for the most part, but the Vietnamese have hostility towards

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    Final Exam Vietnam and America 1. Discuss the war under Johnson (1963-68). Why did the Johnson administration expand U.S. military in Vietnam in 1965? How did it do this? Were these actions effective? If not, why were they ineffective? In what ways did the Johnson administration deceive the U.S. Congress and the American people about the reasons for increasing American intervention in Vietnam and the tactics the administration employed to fight the war? Vietnam consumed Johnson’s

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  • Vietnam Currency

    The State Bank of Vietnam had kept the dong/dollar interbank exchange rate at 20,828 dong per dollar for the 39th consecutive day by late last week. The exchange rate stabilization has prompted people to sell dollars and keep dong. Nguyen Ngoc Lan in Hoan Kiem district in Hanoi on February 16 morning came to Eximbank to ask about the dollar prices, planning to covert the dollar deposits at the bank to dong deposits. Lan said that the central bank has been keeping the exchange rate unchanged for

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  • Banking

    “Internet banking enables bank customers to handle account management and perform account transactions directly with the bank through the internet.  This is also known as internet banking. Online banking has made personal and business banking faster, more efficient and safer”. Every service offered by any company or institute have its own advantages and disadvantages. Same here internet banking is a service which is offered by banks. Its disadvantages are given as below: Advantages of Internet

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  • Vietnam

    Vietnam The Vietnam War or conflict as it was known was complex in its origins and followed France’s failure to suppress nationalist forces in Indochina, better known as Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, as it struggled to restore its colonial dominion after WWII. Led by Ho Chi Minh, a Communist-dominated revolutionary movement, the Viet Minh, waged a political and military struggle for Vietnamese independence that frustrated the efforts of the French and resulted ultimately in their leaving from the

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  • Banking

    Note : Both the sections are compulsory. Section I CASE I : BANKING ON RELATIONSHIP The birth of ABC Bank took place after the RBI issued guidelines for the entry of new private sector banks in January 1993. Subsequently, the promoter of ABC Bank sought permission to establish a commercial bank and retained KPMG, a management consultant of international repute, to prepare the groundwork for establishing a commercial bank. The Reserve Bank of India conveyed its approval in principle

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  • Nol of Vietnam Banking System

    government, specific provisions shall be set up according to the financial capability of the credit institution. II/The NPLs in Vietnam, where was it come? In 2006, when Vietnam became 150th member of WTO, there are so many foreign companies which have launched their business in Vietnam. The flow of Capital increases day by day and come to production, services and trading. Vietnam has become the new attractive destination of the foreign direct investment. The HOSE is full of investor, there are a lot

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  • Csr in Vietnam

    CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN VIETNAM; A STUDY OF ITS IMPORTANCE BY PHAM THUY LY E0700048 i BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (ACCOUNTING) HONS HELP UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MARCH 2011 DECLARATION OF ORIGINALITY AND WORD COUNT I hereby declare that the graduation project is based on my original work except for quotations and citations which have been duly acknowledged. I also declare that it has not been previously or concurrently submitted for any other course/degree at Help University College or other

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  • Vietnam Protectionism

    Vietnam Protectionism question Vietnam has an estimated 90.3 million inhabitants. It is the world's 13th-most-populous country, and the eighth-most-populous Asian country as of 2012. It is a one party communist state that has been one of south east asias fastest growing economies and has its sights on becoming a developed nation by 2020. It became a unified country in 1975 when the armed forces of the communist north seized the south. The country experienced 3 decades of bitter wars in which the

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  • Interest Rates' Movements in Vietnam

    Faculty of Management and Tourism INTEREST RATE’S MOVEMENTS IN VIETNAM 2011-2013 Subject: Financial and Monetary Theory Tutor: Ms. Đào Mai Hương Tutorial: Tut 5 – FB10 Members: * Nguyễn Ngọc Minh - 1004040065 * Nguyễn Thị Lương - 0907010138 * Lê Thị Trang - 0907010234 * Trần Thị Ngọc Yến - 0901040092 Hanoi - 2012 Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Interest rate in Vietnam 3 1. Definition 3 2. Basic interest rate 4 3. Ceiling of borrowing

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  • Vietnam

    Over 2.5 million Americans served in Vietnam Spring 1964 less then 50% of Americans have heard of Vietnam US political involvement in Vietnam began in 1954 August 2 1964 USS Maddox is attacked by 3 north Vietnamese torpedo boats in the gulf of Tonkin August 4 second attack is reported Seen as an act of war by the north Vietnamese August 5 1964 US planes retaliate and attack north Vietnamese coastline facilities August 7th 1964 Congress passes the Gulf of Tokin resolution authorizing president

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  • Banking

    2. The decisions on how much risk to take and what type of risks to take are critical to the success of the business. 3. The essence of good management is making the right choices when it comes to dealing with different risks. 4. In banking, the risk is the possibility that a borrower or counterparty will fail to meet its obligations in accordance with the agreed terms, both in terms of time and quantity. 5. Risk does not come alone – the default of one firm may cripple affiliated

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  • Banking and It

    Analytical Study of Information Technology in Banking Sector: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies Case study of selected banks operating in Kathmandu Valley Research Proposal Arika Kayastha Kathmandu College of Management BBIS 4th year, 1st Semester (2011 – 2015) A013408-11 To: Erika Gajurel Research Supervisor Kathmandu College of Management Gwarko, Lalitpur Contents Chapter I: Introduction 1 1.1 Background 1 1.2 Problem statement 3 1.3 Research Question 4 1.4 Research Objective 4 Chapter

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    and understand what is needed in the future to continue history. Visiting Historians in Far Away Lands 5 References Crabtree, D., (2003) - Gutenberg College Great Books. msc.gutenberg.edu/authors/david-crabtree Moss, G. D. (2010). VIETNAM, An American Ordeal (6th ed.) Pearson Education Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ. The Importance of History - Gutenberg College Great Books. msc.gutenberg.edu/2001/02/the-importance-of-history

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  • Banking

    June 02, 2014 MY Banking Sector SECTOR RESEARCH | Malaysia NEUTRAL Analyst Desmond Ch’ng, ACA (603) 2297 8680 (unchanged) Loan growth slows to 10% YoY    Industry loan growth moderated to 10.0% YoY in Apr 2014 from 10.2% YoY in Mar 2014. All HH loan segments continued to register softer growth except residential property. Still NEUTRAL on the sector; BUYs are AMMB, HL Bank and HLFG. MPHB Capital is also a BUY with a TP of MYR2.42. desmond.chng@maybank-ib.com What’s New Industry

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    Jasmine Wright Prof. Riveland ENG 102-078 March 4, 2015 War Experiences: Vietnam Between the 1950-1980’s, soldiers were busy with fighting for our country. The Vietnam War had a huge impact on America. It began in 1954 and more than 3 million people were killed. In class, we read three pieces of literature related to the conflict, Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen, and Vietnam: The Loss of American Innocence by Terry Leonard. Two of the literatures giving

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    providing others with education and western medicine. The Vietnam War was the longest war in American History, lasting over 20 years. This war is also the only war in history where western military was defeated. When thinking back to this time one might associate anti-war rally’s and protests but many fail to remember that this war was supported by most in its early years. In fact only two members of Congress voted against war in Vietnam. The slide I found most interesting was the POW slide. I find

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    Humanities Task Vietnam is a country in Southeast Asia and the labour force is cheap in this country, some companies opened factories and hire a lot of factories in Vietnam. For example: Nike is one of the well-known global brand in the world and this company didn’t produce their product by themselves. They employ many Vietnamese to produce their product. This company pay the salary to the factories and this company export the produce to other. The benefit is the Vietnamese factories accept

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    Vietnam War: U.S. Involvement increased to the brink of war with the Tonkin Gulf Incident Questions to ponder… 1. Was the growing conflict in South Vietnam an “armed attack” from the North, as the Administration (Johnson) contended? ANSWER: 2. Was it primarily a civil war, provoked by the brutal policies of the regime of Ngo Dinh Diem, which drove desperate peasants, minority tribesmen, and urban intellectuals into the ranks of the NLF? ANSWER: Yes, it was a civil war between

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  • Customer Switching Behavior in the Vietnam Retail Banking Industry

    VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY – HO CHI MINH CITY INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CUSTOMER SWITCHING BEHAVIOR IN THE VIETNAM RETAIL BANKING INDUSTRY In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of the Degree of BACHELOR OF ARTS in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Student’s name: BÙI THỊ GIÁNG HƯƠNG Student’s ID: BAIU09043 Advisor: NGUYỄN VĂN PHƯƠNG, Ph.D Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 2014 CUSTOMER SWITCHING BEHAVIOR IN THE VIETNAM RETAIL BANKING INDUSTRY APPROVED BY: Advisor

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  • Vietnam

    document Che Guevara Vietnam must not stand alone Now is the time of the furnaces, and only light should be seen. JOSÉ MARTI Twenty one years have already passed since the end of the last world conflagration; numerous publications, in every possible language, celebrate this event, symbolized by the defeat of Japan. There is a climate of apparent optimism in many areas of the different camps into which the world is divided. Twenty one years without a world war, in these times of maximum

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  • Doing Business in Vietnam

    Doing Business in Vietnam: 2009 Country Commercial Guide for U.S. Companies INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT, U.S. & FOREIGN COMMERCIAL SERVICE AND U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 2008. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES. • • • • • • • • • • Chapter 1: Doing Business In Vietnam Chapter 2: Political and Economic Environment Chapter 3: Selling U.S. Products and Services Chapter 4: Leading Sectors for U.S. Export and Investment Chapter 5: Trade Regulations and Standards Chapter

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  • Vietnam

    Talwinder Kaur Mrs. Dibble CP English / 3rd 5/3/12 Vietnam War Vietnam War primarily fought in South Vietnam between government forces aided by the United States and guerrilla forces aided by North Vietnam. The war began soon after the Geneva Conference conditionally divided (1954) Vietnam at 17° N lat. into the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam) and the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam). It escalated from a Vietnamese civil war into a limited international conflict in which

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  • Outsourcing Vietnam

    Term Paper Vietnam, a prominent future of US outsourcing and offshoring In the last decade, many major corporations and small companies in the United States relied heavily on outsourcing and offshoring to foreign countries such as Vietnam. According to U.S consultancy group, Vietnam ranks as one of the ten most attractive off shoring and outsourcing destinations in the world. IT companies are constantly under pressure to produce software products more efficiently within tight budgets. Vietnam’s

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  • Vietnam

    American Foreign Policy Leading to the Vietnam War American involvement in the Vietnam War is one of the most controversial issues in our history. However, the United States foreign policies had been dictating our involvement in Vietnam long before the initial deployment of troops into Vietnam. The fear of communism and developments of the policy of containment and the domino theory set the stage for the eventual escalation of the Vietnam Conflict into a war which would claim the lives of thousands

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  • Vietnam Auto

    www.businessmonitor.com Q1 2012 VIeTNAM AUTOS RepORT INCLUDES BMI'S FORECASTS ISSN 1749-0286 published by Business Monitor International Ltd. VIETNAM AUTOS REPORT Q1 2012 INCLUDING 5-YEAR FORECASTS TO 2016 Part of BMI’s Industry Report & Forecasts Series Published by: Business Monitor International Copy deadline: October 2011 Business Monitor International 85 Queen Victoria Street London, EC4V 4AB UK Tel: +44 (0) 20 7248 0468 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7248 0467 Email: subs@businessmonitor

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  • Banking

    Assistant Banking Center Manager at Gessner and Kempwood Job Apply now » Date: May 24, 2012 Location: Houston, TX, US Assistant Banking Center Manager at Gessner and Kempwood-1201185 Assistant Banking Center Manager I We invite you to explore the award-winning culture, people, rewards and opportunities that make Comerica Bank so special. Make your next career choice a confident one. The Assistant Banking Center Manager is responsible for contributing to the overall success of a Retail

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  • Vietnam

    Vietnam: risk assessment Sovereign Currency Banking Political Economic Country risk risk sector risk structure risk risk risk June CCC B CCC CCC CCC CCC 2012 Sovereign risk Positive: Although the budget deficit will widen in 2012, rapid nominal economic growth and the recent rise in Vietnam's foreign-exchange reserves will support the fiscal position. Moreover, much of the

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  • Vietnam

    Vietnam War By Jennifer Rosenberg The Vietnam War was the prolonged struggle between nationalist forces attempting to unify the country of Vietnam under a communist government and the United States (with the aid of the South Vietnamese) attempting to prevent the spread of communism. Engaged in a war that many viewed as having no way to win, U.S. leaders lost the American public's support for the war. Since the end of the war, the Vietnam War has become a benchmark for what not to do in all future

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  • Banking

    The article presents a study which aims to analyze the role of information technology (IT) in the Indian banking industry. Indian banks are investing heavily in the technologies such as automated teller machine (ATMs), net banking, mobile banking, tele -banking, credit cards, debit cards, smart cards, call centers, CRM, data warehousing etc. It is essential to evaluate the impact of information technology on the performance of Indian banks in terms of extended value added services and

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  • Banking

    Contract Act, Sec 17 suggests that a fraud means and includes any of the acts by a party to a contract or with his connivance or by his agents with the intention to deceive another party or his agent or to induce him to enter in to a contract. Banking Frauds constitute a considerable percentage of white-collar offences being probed by the police. Unlike ordinary thefts and robberies, the amount misappropriated in these crimes runs into lakhs and crores of rupees. Bank fraud is a federal crime

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  • Banking

    1. Introduction to banking sector Whenever you think of Banks what comes to your mind? Your salary account, your savings account or if you are a businessman your current account. Maybe you are also thinking about loans you took from a bank – your home loan, your car loan or your personal loan. But, did you ever pause to think how does this industry actually work – What is the structure of the Indian Banking Industry? What is its business model? How does a bank make money? What is its future outlook

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  • Banking

    situation in the banking sector Nepal and to revealing of its core dependencies and potential risks in particular. The problem of the project is based on the statement that the banking sector in nepal exists only at rudimentary level because it has evolved difficult transition from highly centralized and planned economy to government-sector dominated, commodity-focused market economy of today. This project of “Banking" will give us the platform to use the software for basic banking purposes ranging

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