The Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission announced on June 2 violations in the purchase of 95 percent of shares at the AVG Audiovisual JSC by the MobiFone Telecommunications Corporation.
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong has asked the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption to instruct competent agencies to double efforts to ensure progress of investigation, prosecution and judgment of cases.
The failed IPO of VTVCab and the Mobifone-AVG scandal are valuable lessons for Vietnam on the valuation of state-owned enterprises (SOEs).
Vietnam's state-run MobiFone Telecommunications Corporation has been refunded VND2.5 trillion ($110 million) after a deal to buy a private pay TV firm fell through, according to the information ministry.
Cabinet members were grilled about Mobifone’s acquisition of AVG and fire safety at apartment blocks, which are hot-button issues recently, at a press conference held following the Government’s regular monthly meeting on April 2.
The move has received strong backing from Vietnam's government.
The Government Inspectorate of Vietnam has been requested to probe a deal that took place earlier this year in which one of the country’s leading mobile network operators acquired nearly the entire stake of a local pay TV operator.
Vietnam's second largest mobile network operator MobiFone has acquired 95% of stake in Audio Visual Global JSC (AVG), an official told local media on January 7 after completing negotiations.
The 8th Asian Wushu Championships began at Phu Tho Competition House in Ho Chi Minh City on August 21.
The vintage US action drama television series, ‘Baywatch’, about lifeguards patrolling the beaches in Los Angeles, California, will be broadcast on the NCM channel of the An Vien Group (AVG), starting on June 26.
Vietnam Television VTV and digital TV provider VTC on March 2 officially accepted the proposal to share telecast rights of Vietnam’s professional football leagues with AVG, which has acquired the rights from a controversial deal with Vietnam Football Federation (VFF).
Audio Vision Global Company (AVG) has rejected the demands of the Vietnam Professional Football Company (VPF) following an official document published on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on January 12 provided direction to help settle disputes about TV broadcast rights between concerned parties to ensure football spectators will watch matches on television.
Disputes over a 20-year TV rights deal are escalating as parties concerned have made contrary claims.
Audio Visual Global (AVG) has the exclusive broadcast rights to all the matches of the Super League for the 2011-2030 seasons.