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Central Group to reinforce Vietnamese investments

Central Group to reinforce Vietnamese investments

Thai conglomerate Central Group will invest an additional $500 million to expand its operations in Vietnam within the next five years, aiming to set firm roots in this potential market, according to newswire Bangkok Post.

Vinatex looking for heavyweight investors

Vinatex looking for heavyweight investors

Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex) has proposed the prime minister to allow the company to divest all state-owned capital as a measure to resolve difficulties in business.

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No anti-dumping duties on VN wind towers: Australia

No anti-dumping duties on VN wind towers: Australia

The Anti-Dumping Commission of Australia (ADC) decided not to apply anti-dumping duties on wind towers imported from Viet Nam, 60 days after it began investigating the alleged dumping of goods.

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VPBank making its debut on HoSE

VPBank making its debut on HoSE

Vietnam Prosperity Joint Stock Commercial Bank (VPBank) has officially announced its listing on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE) under the ticker VPB.

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Fintech helps Vietnamese start-ups attract foreign investment

Fintech helps Vietnamese start-ups attract foreign investment

As technology is becoming an integral part of life, financial technology (fintech) is becoming ever more enticing to foreign investment in Vietnamese startups.

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Vietnam officially launches derivatives market

Vietnam officially launches derivatives market

Deputy PM Vuong Dinh on Thursday attends the launching ceremony of Viet Nam’s derivatives market which is expected to lure more investment to capital market and broaden finance industry of the country.

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Dazzling future of M&A activities

Dazzling future of M&A activities

Experts in “Lessons from big deals” – the last session of Vietnam M&A Forum 2017 predicted that the Vietnam M&A activities in 2017-2018 will be bright.

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Ten sizable divestment and M&A deals to be implemented in 2017-2018

Ten sizable divestment and M&A deals to be implemented in 2017-2018

The vibrant mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market in Vietnam is developing and the 2017-2018 period is forecasted to witness more successful M&A deals, as well as new state divestments, which is a big opportunity for domestic and international investors.

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Third time’s the charm: PV Power announces December IPO

Third time’s the charm: PV Power announces December IPO

PV Power, a wholly-owned subsidiary of state-owned PetroVietnam and the second largest electricity producer in Vietnam after Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) in terms of capacity, hopes to complete its equitisation in December this year, after having missed the deadline numerous times, according to information published on the company’s website.

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Removing foreign ownership limit to accelerate M&A

Removing foreign ownership limit to accelerate M&A

In order to attract foreign investors to become strategic shareholders, a series of Vietnamese enterprises plan to increase their foreign ownership limit (FOL), some are even considering removing it altogether, promising a breakthrough in M&A activities in 2017.

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Minister of Planning and Investment to open Vietnam M&A Forum 2017

Minister of Planning and Investment to open Vietnam M&A Forum 2017

Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung will open Vietnam M&A Forum 2017 this afternoon in Ho Chi Minh City.

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Vietnamese M&A, by the book

Vietnamese M&A, by the book

2016 was a strong year for Vietnam’s mergers-and-acquisitions (M&A) market, with deals amounting to $5.8 billion – an 11-year high. Of this, foreign investments accounted for approximately 77 per cent in terms of value. This indicates that Vietnam has now become an attractive destination for international M&A specialists. Hoang Anh Nguyen, partner at law firm Mayer Brown JSM (Vietnam), discusses key legal and structuring issues affecting M&A in Vietnam.

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Auto prices drop but customers in neutral

Auto prices drop but customers in neutral

Vietnamese automakers and importers have been racing to reduce the price of many models in recent months ahead of the zero-tariff policy for car imports from ASEAN nations that goes into effect on January 1, 2018.

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Hyundai Engineering wins $320 million contract at Long Son petrochemical complex

Hyundai Engineering wins $320 million contract at Long Son petrochemical complex

Hyundai Engineering Co., Ltd. announced that it has won a contract worth $320 million to build facilities at Long Son petrochemical complex in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, taking the project closer to implementation.

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Petrolimex loses coin-toss on excess stock

Petrolimex loses coin-toss on excess stock

Large amounts of excess stock and low oil prices caused Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex, HOSE: PLX), the number one petroleum distributor in Vietnam, to see lower profit in the second quarter of 2017 compared to the same period last year.

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PM urges action on excessive business rules

PM urges action on excessive business rules

Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has demanded that all corresponding government departments, agencies and institutions to adjust policies as part of an “action-minded” government, to unburden Vietnamese firms of unnecessary business regulations, namely redundant business permits and categorisation.

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