PetroVietnam Gas Corporation JSC (PVGas) earned VND17.5 trillion (US$743.4 million) of total revenue in the first quarter of the year.
Vietnam’s Military Commercial JSC (MBBank) is seeking to sell a 7.5 percent stake to one or more foreign investors this year.
Leading real estate and retail conglomerate Vingroup plans to earn 140 trillion VND (6 billion USD) in net revenue and 6.5 trillion VND (278.5 million USD) in post-tax profit in 2019.
The Dung Quat oil refinery, based in the central province of Quang Ngai, exceeded its designed capacity by 7 percent in the first quarter of 2019, helping it gain over 606 billion VND (26 million USD) in post-tax profit during the period.
Foreign fast food chains have been in Vietnam for more than 10 years and have annual revenue of trillions of dong. But many of them continuously take losses.
Forbes Vietnam on July 26 organised a ceremony to honour Vietnam’s top 50 listed companies in 2018, which account for 70.8% of total market capitalisation on the Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi stock exchanges.
The Hoa Phat Dung Quat Steel JSC has announced that it will apply SAP S/4HANA, a next-generation enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, for its iron and steel production complex.
The Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk) targeted a revenue of VND55.5 trillion (US$2.46 billion) and a post-tax profit of VND10.75 trillion (US$477 million) this year, up 8.5% and 4.6%, respectively.
Leading seafood firm Minh Phu Corporation is planning to return to the stock exchange following a lucrative year in business.
Shareholders of Masan Group have approved a 11 percent cash dividend for 2016 and the remaining VND7 trillion post-tax profit will be retained entirely.
The Vietnam Dairy Products Joint-Stock Company (Vinamilk) projects a total revenue of VND51 trillion (US$2.26 billion) in 2017, an increase of 8 percent from the previous year.
Truong Hai Auto Corporation (Thaco) posted a record revenue of VND65.8 trillion (US$3 billion) in 2016, a growth of 44% against the previous year.
Mobile World will open its first store, called BigPhone.com, in Phnom Penh in April.
The conglomerate VinGroup will sell its entire ownership in the logistics service firm Phat Loc Express and Trading JSC (Phat Loc Express), VinGroup said in a statement.
Automobile manufacturers complain that the Vietnamese market is too small, but they continue to make profits on the small market.
State-controlled Gia Dinh Textile and Garment Company has sold more than 15 million shares, equivalent to a stake 24.28%, for over VND155.8 billion (US$6.89 million) in an initial public offering.
Petrolimex, a state-controlled company that sells more than half of Vietnam's oil products, plans to sell more shares to increase its registered capital by over 26% to VND13.5 trillion (US$596.84 million).
The ‘VND1 trillion club’, comprising listed enterprises with the profit of VND1 trillion and more, have admitted many new faces from the private economic sector.