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Eight years after its birth, the equity of privately-held Thaiholdings only accounts for 35 per cent of the company’s charter capital. In only a short while early this year, the company’s assets, capital sources, revenue, and profit all rose sharply, just before the firm shifts to the public company format. Questions remain about Thaiholdings’ operation and finances as the company is nearing its debut on the stock exchange, pursuant to the plan approved at the company’s general shareholders' meeting early this year.
Sugar firms are finding themselves in dire straits due to declining business performance, but positive signals promise a more upbeat fiscal year ahead.
Regardless of the appreciable rally in business performance over the first ten months of 2017, Minh Phu Seafood Corporation (MPC) saw little eagerness in the security trading on Vietnam’s unlisted public company market (UPCoM).
Due to strict regulations and the erratic price of rubber, Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG) might be hindered in reaching its equitisation plan on the heels of its initial public offering (IPO) in the first quarter of 2018.
Minh Phu Seafood Corporation (MPC) today listed its stock on the UPCoM Stock Exchange two years after voluntarily delisting from the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE). The reference price at the opening trading session already reached VND79,000 per share ($3.48).
The IPOs of three major oil and gas companies—Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company (BSR), Vietnam Oil Corporation (PV Oil), and PetroVietnam Power Corporation (PV Power)—are expected to be the “blockbusters” on the stock market in the last quarter of the year.
Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) usually start with friendly handshakes, but underneath the friendly facade there are several intense battles to manipulate enterprises. These different shades of the game make up a diverse M&A spectrum.
In recent years, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals increased tremendously both in number and value. While many enterprises have made great progress after M&A, some unfortunate transactions have left a bitter aftertaste for both sellers and buyers.
With the listed price of VND43,200 ($1.9) per share, Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex)’s market capitalisation stands at VND55.890 trillion ($2.46 billion), making it the ninth largest Vietnamese enterprise in this respect on the stock market. However, as numerous Vietnamese blue chip stocks are losing their allure, Petrolimex’s shareholders have also raised questions about the firm’s long-term efficiency.
The future looks challenging for Hung Vuong Joint Stock Company (HoSE: HVG), dubbed “the King of Pangasius,” after the audit of the company’s financial reports showed a big discrepancy between the audited and self-reported profit, revenue, and liabilities.