Miniso, a Japanese lifestyle brand, has announced it is increasing the number of shops in Vietnam by 10 times through franchising, according to vtv.vn.
Foreign investors have poured trillions of dong into shares of large infrastructure companies which promise modest but stable profits.
Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Co. Ltd (BSR), the operator of Dung Quat Oil Refinery, plans to put a proportion of its shares in the facility for sale in an IPO to be announced later this year.
Telecom operator Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) expects to hold its initial public offering (IPO) in 2019, according to the group’s chairman Tran Manh Hung.
Vietnam’s leading state-owned telco is set to make its initial public offering and complete its equitisation in 2019.
The Song Da Corporation will sell nearly 200 million shares worth 48.82% of its charter capital in its initial public offering (IPO) scheduled for 2019.
Vietnam's Vingroup said on September 26 it is seeking to list its retail unit, Vincom Retail, on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, after what could be the Southeast Asian country's biggest private sector IPO.
PetroVietnam Oil Corporation (PV Oil) may double the amount of shares offered as part of its initial public offering (IPO), which is scheduled in the fourth quarter of this year.
In 2016, total investment value in startups in Southeast Asia reached US$1.5 billion, but less than US$100 million was poured into Vietnam.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has valued the Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG), the country’s largest rubber company, at VND4 trillion (US$177.78 million), not including its land, marking another step toward its equitisation by the end of 2017.
Vietnam’s biggest air carrier Vietnam Airlines will finalise the schedule to auction call options over 57.8 million shares before the end of the third quarter of 2017.
Domestic enterprises who want to become strategic investors in Vietnam Urban and Industrial Zone Development Corp. need to have at least U$110.1 million and US$115 million with foreign investors, in the chartered capital as the end of 2016,
The government has just announced the list of 406 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to be divested in the 2017-2020 period, drawing heavy attention from investors.
The Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) signed an agreement with the Binh Son Refinery and Petrochemical Co Ltd (BSR) on August 10 on cooperation in boosting sales of petrol products produced by Dung Quat Refinery.
Inaccessibility to bank loans is one of the main factors that has prevented private small and medium-sized businesses from further development, experts say.
Leaders of qualified State-owned enterprises (SOEs) will face demotions, salary cuts, fines and even criminal charges if they fail or delay listing on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM).
Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited (BSR), which owns the $3-billion Dung Quat Oil Refinery, reported positive business results in the first half of 2017 and revealed its plans for an IPO.
With a massive land fund, Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG) is a name many investors pay close attention to. However, due to its huge capitalisation, VRG has yet to select a strategic investor, although there are only a few days until its initial public offering (IPO).
The Prime Minister has given the green light to the equitisation plan for Song Da Corporation in the form of selling parts of state-owned capital and issuing shares to increase charter capital to VND4.5 trillion (US$198.3 million).
MobiFone’s newfound cooperation with international technology companies is enhancing its influence in the Vietnamese market and may also benefit the company’s upcoming initial public offering (IPO).