Dragon Capital Group and Ruby Hill Financial Company, a member of Loi Hein Group from Myanmar, have agreed today to set up Ruby Hill Microfinance, a new microfinance firm based in Yangon, Myanmar.
High import duties on foreign cars and unfavorable policies on the domestic auto industry are leaving few affordable options for car buyers in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is working hard to realize the goal of 1 million startups by 2020. This endeavor requires great efforts by both the Government and business community.
The Vietnamese capital market has gone through a roller-coaster year due to external volatilities, but investors predict that foreign money will continue to flow into Vietnam in 2017.
As Vietnam looks to raise the nation’s renewable energy sources, foreign investors are sensing an opportunity for solar energy projects. But low feed-in-tariffs are slowing this movement, to the dismay of both local and international organisations.
About 20 foreign venture funds exist in Vietnam, but they have only representative offices and have yet to set up funds.
Why are some international finance players listing shares on foreign markets and why are they choosing London?
Dragon Capital’s flagship fund Vietnam Enterprise Investments Limited (VEIL) officially began trading on the main market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) on July 6.
Listed firms remain reluctant to lift their foreign ownership limit for fear that they will be treated as a non-Vietnamese entity.
Dominic Scriven, chairman of Dragon Capital, shared with VIR’s Nam Phuong his proposals for Vietnam to attract more inbound foreign capital flows.
The “Doing Business in Vietnam Guide” has been launched to inform foreign investors about the quirks of the Vietnamese business environment.
DC Developing Markets Strategies and Norges Bank Investment Management, both under the management of Dragon Capital, have announced they will buy additional shares in Vinamilk.
Nicknamed ‘Dom the Rescuer’ by the Wildlife At Risk Organisation, Dominic Scriven, OBE, is a prime example of a socially responsible businessman in Vietnam.
Vietnamese students in the UK are working hard preparing for a cultural day themed “Colours of Vietnam”, to be held on March 24 at the University College London (UCL) in London with the goal to promote Vietnamese culture to international friends.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s economy has a proven track record for growth and is shedding a wealth of potential employment opportunities for young people and this is the message that Dragon Capital will convey to its clients, said the company's CEO Dominic Scriven.