The founder of Vietnam’s rising budget carrier VietJet has joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel and UK Prime Minister Theresa May on the 2017 list of the 100 most powerful women in the world compiled by Forbes magazine.
Vietnamese women, renowned for extremely entrepreneurial and hard working spirit, have made their mark on the country's intensive and extensive economic integration, and earned both domestic and international recognition.
The list of the top richest millionaires in the stock market changes regularly because of changes in business ownership, falls in share prices and slumping business.
Managers of Vietjet Air have confirmed that the private air carrier is considering meeting with the managers of the New York stock market to discuss listing of its shares.
Experts hope that Vietnam's dollar billionaires will spur the development of several business fields and open new value chains.
VOV.VN -More women entrepreneurs than ever before have climbed into the 10-figure club, said Forbes in connection with the release its most recent world's self-made women billionaires list.
Vietnam’s low-cost airline Vietjet’s recently issued 2017 listing prospectus shows that there is about 25% room left for foreign investors, to reach its 49% foreign ownership limit.
Budget airline VietJet is set to raise about US$170 million in an initial public offering (IPO) that will value Vietnam's only private airline at US$1.2 billion, people close to the deal said on December 14, in the latest in a string of Vietnamese share sales.
VOV.VN - The successes of VietJet Air, the first private airline in Vietnam, have been closely attached to the image of the company’s dynamic CEO, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao.
VOV.VN -Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao has been listed among the smartest and toughest business leaders, entrepreneurs and CEOs making their mark in the world today by Forbes in its annual list of the world’s 100 most powerful women.
Vietnamese Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao has poised to become Southeast Asia’s first self-made woman billionaire known for putting bikini-clad models on her VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Co. planes and calendars, according to Bloomberg.
(VOV) - Low-cost airline VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Co has taken receipt of the first of 30 Airbus Group SE A321 planes it ordered at last month’s Dubai Airshow, a deal worth US$3.6 billion at full retail prices.
Vietnam-based budget airline VietJetAir signed a firm contract at the Paris air show on June 17 for six additional Airbus A321 single-aisle jets worth US$682 million at list prices to meet demand on some of its busiest routes.