Ministries are working to convince Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to amend divestment plans at some large State-owned enterprises (SOEs).
The 12th Vietnam Economists Annual Meeting (VEAM) 2019 took place at Da Lat University in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong from June 17-18.
The country’s largest engine and machinery producer VEAM has not been able to list on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) due to sluggish equitisation.
After 2017’s significant state capital divestment deals, the Vietnamese market is expected to see some of the most anticipated sales in 2018.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has announced plans to divest from six firms under its management from now until 2020, most notably, in this year’s sell-off of Vietnam Engine and Agricultural Machinery Corporation stock.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has approved a list of 406 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) marked for divestment from now until 2020.
The 10 biggest state disinvestment deals in the first eight months of the year brought VND7.222 trillion, double the figure in 2015.
Vietnamese companies are displaying their technological products at the INAGRITECH Indonesia 2016, an international event on agricultural technology which opened on August 25, for the first time.
The 2016 Vietnam Economist Annual Meeting (VEAM) opened in the central city of Da Nang on August 11, attracting economists, financial scholars and business executives from around the world.
Honda Vietnam, the local subsidiary of the multinational conglomerate Honda, managed to rack up even more profit in 2015, despite a saturating motorcycle market.
Foreign motorbike manufacturers have earned billions of dollars in Vietnam, a market with 90 million people and 45 million motorbikes.
(VOV) - The 12th International Exhibition on Automobile & Supporting Industries (Vietnam AutoExpo 2015) will take place in Hanoi on June 17-20.
Eight automobile and mechanical firms plan to set up a "automobile board" in order to protect domestic producers in anticipation of 2015 tax cuts on imported vehicles.
(VOV) -Scientists and managers from leading institutes and development organisations in France, the UK, US, Australia, Japan, China and Vietnam have gathered at the 6th Vietnam Economist Annual Meeting (VEAM) in the central city of Hue on June 18-19.