The equitisation of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) has fallen behind the target set by the Government and ministries for 2017-2020.
Driven by strong economic growth prospects and potential for state-owned enterprise equitisation, more Singaporean investment is expected to flow via mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the months to come in Vietnam, focusing on finance, property, and fintech.
Following a muted 2018 and first half of 2019, experts are pining for a new surge in state divestments and equitisations, buoyed by new regulatory frameworks.
VOV.VN - The Ministry of Finance has stressed on the need to speed up the equitisation process of state-owned enterprises (SOE) while promoting transparency and market principles.
No State-owned enterprises (SOEs) gained approval for their equitisation plans in the first three months of 2019, according to the Ministry of Finance’s Corporate Finance Department.
Vietnam has been accelerating the equitisation of its state-owned enterprises in order to seek more investment capital and raise their competitiveness. But how effective has this effort been so far?
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has urged some State-owned enterprises (SOEs) to hasten their equitisation and divestment plans, as progress remains slow and might fail to meet their deadlines this year.
The large-scale state-owned enterprise equitisation has yet to lure strategic investors, especially foreign investors, due to problems related to procedures and the quality of business management and transparency in publishing information, among others.
The Hanoi People’s Committee will divest from 96 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) located in the city from 2016-20, according to a city government decision.
The Ministry of Finance may use a “book building method” in selling the State’s holdings in State-owned enterprises (SOEs), Vu Bang, Chairman of the State Securities Commission, told local media.
Vietnam's financial market needs US$5 billion to US$10 billion to absorb shares of State enterprises to be equitised in the future.
(VOV) - Thai Beverage PCL., owned by Thailand’s third richest man, has approached the Vietnam government seeking to acquire a US$2 billion stake in Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corporation (Sabeco).
The government is making every effort to restructure public investment to stop scattered investment and waste, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung assured the National Assembly on November 25.