Vietnamese Dong


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Vietnamese Dong

The currency of Vietnam. It was introduced in 1978, replacing the previous dong of North and South Vietnam. It was subject to high inflation from the mid-1980s through the early 1990s.
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Total damage is estimated to reach over 200 billion Vietnamese dong (10.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), said that it would lift the exchange rate of the Vietnamese dong (VND) against the US dollar.
When Vietnamese Dong Nguyen from Hanoi took his Flappy Bird from Google Play and App Store in February, many Flappy Bird clones surfaced as game devotees were upset and want to resurrect the addictive video game.
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6, 2009 (CENS) -- Facing severe depreciation of Vietnamese Dong and labor strikes, Taiwanese notebook PC makers have gradually reduced their focus in Vietnam and considered setting up their new factories in China, instead, according to industry sources.
HANOI - Higher interest rates for the Vietnamese dong will be applied at domestic banks as of today, according to Tran Ngoc Minh, director of the State Bank of Vietnam's branch in Ho Chi Minh City .
The main reason behind this decline was high retail prices of the imported vehicles after Vietnamese Dong devaluation.
37 million primary shares of Saigon Water at 16,900 Vietnamese dong (VND) per share.
The rise in gold prices had pushed the value of the Vietnamese dong down.
BGC also offers daily fixings for swap and non-deliverable swaps transactions executed in Chinese Renminbi, Czech Koruna, Indian Rupee, Indonesian Rupiah, Philippine Peso, Romanian Leu, Russian Ruble, Taiwanese Dollar, Thai Baht, Turkish Lira and Vietnamese Dong.
The Vietnamese dong rose by 62% as new direct flights to the south-east Asia country in December and the opening of a number of new beach resorts boosted demand.
NASDAQ: CAVO), a leading infrastructure development company based in Vietnam, today announced that the Company entered into a Securities Purchase Agreement, effective as of November 23, 2009, pursuant to which Cavico and its subsidiaries have agreed to purchase from Cavico Mining and Construction ('Mining") a total of 4,000,000 ordinary shares of Mining at 16,894 Vietnamese Dong per share (approximately $0.
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