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Foreigners bought Vietnamese bonds

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Foreign investors bought Vietnamese Government bonds worth VND20 trillion (US$961.5 million) and unloaded VND14 trillion ($673.1 million) from September 2010 to August 2011, accounting for 17 percent and 24 percent, respectively, of total market transactions.

Foreign investors were net buyers of VND6 trillion ($288 million) worth of bonds on the secondary market.

According to the Ha Noi Stock Exchange, in May and June alone, foreigners bought Government bonds worth VND5.75 trillion ($276.4 million) – a remarkable figure considering there were no foreign bidders in the first four months of the year.



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