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Vietnam has raised retail prices of diesel by 14.3 percent to 15,950 dong ($0.97) per litre and the price for fuel oil has also jumped 36.8 percent, top importer and retailer Petrolimex said on Monday.
Petrolimex has raised the fuel oil price from 9,500 dong previously, the largest rise among its new retail prices of oil products in Vietnam, which has been battling double-digit inflation since last November.
It also raised retail gasoline prices by more than 31 percent on Monday in an effort to bring domestic prices closer to rising world oil prices.
CHỈ SỐ CHỨNG KHOÁN HoSE Ngày 24/07/2008 (Phiên giao dịch 1832) Chỉ số VNIndex: 435.79 giảm -9.80 tức -2.20%
HCM City attracts more foreign invested projects in seven months
In the first seven months of this year some 271 foreign invested projects were licensed in Ho Chi Minh City with a total registered capital of US$7,712 million, 12 times higher than the same period last year.
The figure has been the highest since the implementation of the law on foreign investment in the city.
Despite soaring prices and other snags, HCM City has tried its best to curb inflation. It has taken effective measures to improve the investment environment and create the best possible conditions for foreign investors, such as promoting site clearance and simplifying administrative procedures for the granting of business licenses.
Municipal authorities have asked State management agencies to accelerate the disbursement of investment capital for licensed projects. Hence, many foreign investors were interested in operating in key sectors, including information technology, industry, construction and real estate. As a result, more than US$7,071 million was poured into the real estate and consulting service sectors, accounting for 93.2 percent of the city?s total foreign investments in the reviewed period.
At present, HCM City has 2,908 valid projects capitalized at US$24,909 million, up nearly US$10 billion from the previous year?s corresponding period.
Vietnam, which now relies almost entirely on oil product imports, expects its annual demand for refined products to rise between 8 and 10 percent in the next two years, a government report said on Thursday.
Despite being Southeast Asia's third largest crude oil producer of 320,000 barrels per day, Vietnam relies almost entirely on oil product imports as it lacks major refineries.
"Because of the very rapid increase in demand, oil and gas exploration must be stepped up, including oil searches in oil-rich areas overseas," the report quoted the Ministry of Industry and Trade, which is responsible for the sector, as saying.
The report, part of a draft development plan for Vietnam's energy sector, highlighted energy-related environmental issues and national energy security in the period until 2025.
It also quoted Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai as saying concerned authorities should help to develop Petrovietnam, the national oil group, into an international oil major to meet domestic fuel demand.
Vietnam's first refinery, the 140,000-bpd Dung Quat plant, is expected to come onstream next February, meeting about 40 percent of the country's total demand for refined products.
Vietnam aims to be self-sufficient in oil products by 2015 when three key refineries are completed.