Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh chaired a meeting on August 10 to review draft decrees that amend and supplement a number of Government decrees on equitising State-owned enterprises (SOEs) and divesting State capital from businesses.
The Ministry of Finance has raised a number of measures to accelerate the equitisation of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) since the process made no improvements recently.
Inefficient State-owned enterprises must be handled this year, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.
State-owned-enterprises (SoEs) are largely unprepared for the demands of the digital age despite pressing demand for change in the sector, a researcher has said.
Most State-owned enterprises (SOEs) were operating at a profit but still needed to improve their operational efficiency, according to a report by the State Audit Office of Vietnam (SAV).
Capital divestment from State-owned enterprises (SOEs) had slowed and was still facing difficulties, said Dang Quyet Tien, Director of the Corporate Finance Department under the Ministry of Finance.
VOV.VN - Foreign investors will be able to put down deposits and collateral in foreign currency when participating in auctions to purchase shares in State-owned enterprises next week, according to a circular issued recently by the State Bank of Vietnam.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Ha Cong Tuan has instructed accelerating the equitisation of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) in which the ministry is the representative of the State ownership.
Between 2016 and now, State-owned enterprises (SOEs) have contributed to effectively implementing policies to ensure macroeconomic stability and curb inflation, helping bolster socio-economic development.
While a renewed focus on equitizing State-owned enterprises (SOEs) has been exhibited following the leadership transition in April last year, equitization alone is not a short-term solution to reducing the government’s fiscal deficit.
All relevant agencies have been ordered to publicise 578 equitised State-owned enterprises (SOEs) not listed on the stock market as of December 31, 2016.
The Ministry of Construction (MoC) plans to finish equitising 16 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) under its management by 2020.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has asked the State Audit to focus more on the management and arrangement of human resources during the restructuring of State-owned enterprises (SOE).
Deputy PM Vuong Dinh Hue is pushing for establishment of a committee under the Government to manage an estimated VND5 quadrillion (US$223 billion) worth of capital at State-owned enterprises (SOEs).
The country has equitised 52 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the past 11 months, the Steering Board for SOEs Renovation and Development has said.
The reshuffle and reform of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) must be considered the most important task of 2017, underscored Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at a national conference on SOEs rearrangement and reform on December 6.
Certain interest groups trying to prevent Vietnam’s state-owned enterprises (SOE) from listing on the stock market following their privatization are responsible for causing losses to state coffers, a local finance association warned.
The restructuring of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the first nine months of this year failed to meet the set target, with 49 SOEs having their equitisation plans approved in the period, said the Ministry of Finance.
The Ministry of Construction (MoC) is grappling with equitising its State-owned enterprises (SOEs) as the equitisation plan for 2015 has had its implementation deadline extended to Q2, and now Q3 of this year.
The Government's establishment of a special committee to manage capital at State-owned enterprises (SOEs) is necessary, but it is likely to face significant challenges in its work, experts said.