Two dollar billionaires in the banking sector emerged in 2019, which also witnessed competition that led to big changes in the economy.
Vietjet Air CEO Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao is one of 100 most powerful women in the world this year, according to a Forbes listing.
VOV.VN - Domestic low-cost carrier VietJet Air received the award for the Asia Pacific Low Cost Airline of the Year from the Centre for Aviation (CAPA) during CAPA’s 16th annual Asia Pacific Aviation Awards for Excellence which took place in Singapore on November 14-15.
Vietjet president and CEO Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao has been named the APAC CEO of the Year at the 2019 Aviation 100 Awards held recently in Hong Kong.
Top executives of budget airline Vietjet and dairy firm NutiFood are in Forbes’s 2019 listing of 25 most powerful businesswomen in Asia.
As the richest Vietnamese person with total assets worth $8.1 billion, Pham Nhat Vuong only ranks ninth among the wealthiest billionaires in Southeast Asia, according to Forbes.
As the Vietnamese economy strives to become more prosperous over the next few years, the country is fostering the development of major private enterprises considered to be a focus of national pride and a new source of prosperity.
VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Company (Vietjet Air) and the US’s Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA) have inked a contract worth 12.7 billion USD for 100 new 737 MAX planes according to list prices.
Vietnam will continue to hasten efforts to improve the business climate in terms of quality to create favourable conditions for the private sector to play its role as a driver in promoting rapid and sustainable economic growth.
Timeout would like to introduce seven outstanding people who have made a great contribution either directly or indirectly to the fast growth of Vietnam’s tourism industry and economy in 2018.
CEO of budget carrier Vietjet Air Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao has been the first Vietnamese person to be named in the 2018 Bloomberg 50 (B50) list, which honours 50 icons and innovators changing the global business landscape in the past year.
VOV.VN -CEO of Vietnamese budget airline VietJet Air, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, has been named among ‘World’s 100 Most Powerful Women’ list in 2018 by Forbes magazine.
Budget carrier Vietjet and France’s Airbus signed a purchase agreement for additional 50 A321neo aircraft worth US$6.5 billion according to the manufacturer’s list price in Hanoi on November 2.
In the development of the Vietnamese economy, there are many women leading and inspiring the country’s business community, symbolising the strength and beauty of Vietnam and serving as role models for today’s youth.
VietJet’s President and CEO Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao has won the ASEAN Entrepreneurs Award 2018 during a ceremony in Seoul last week.
Vietjet Air CEO, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, has apologised for the use of models wearing bikinis on the plane welcoming the local U23 football team home on January 28.
Five richest families have seen their wealth swell in early 2018 thanks to the boom of Vietnam’s stock market.
Pham Nhat Vuong has become the first Vietnamese to crack the list of the world's 500 wealthiest people.
Vietnamese commercial banks are planning to sell a stake in their company to foreign investors to attract capital and hasten their restructuring before listing shares on the bourse.
The founder and CEO of Vietnamese budget carrier VietJet has said she wants to sell products from the world’s biggest retailer Walmart on her airline.