Stocks To Continue Rising On Back Of Improving Economy

October 2008
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Oct2008, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p5
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The article reports on the continued increased of the Viet Nam Index (VNI) of Vietnam. According to reports VNI increased by 0.03% on August 28, 2008 due to the recovery of the economy which has improved investor confidence in VNI. In addition, the foreign interest in the Vietnamese market is impeded by the limited number of attractive shares in the market.


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