Vietnam’s central bank said on Wednesday it was devaluing the dong’s mid-point reference rate by more than 3 per cent to 18,544 per dollar from 17,941 effective on Thursday. The move was designed to help balance supply and demand of foreign exchange, increase the liquidity of foreign exchange in the market and contribute to controling the trade deficit and stabilising the macroeconomy, the bank told Reuters.
- •Contact us
- •About us
- •Advertise with the FT
- •Terms & conditions
© The Financial Times Ltd 2013 FT and 'Financial Times' are trademarks of The Financial Times Ltd.