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Vinalines’ designs to maintain controlling stake in three strategic seaports

Vietnam’s shipping group Vinalines are looking to keep holding at least 65% of the chartered capital in large-scale seaports in Haiphong, Danang, and Saigon, which are considered geese that lay golden eggs. Recently, Vinalines has proposed the Ministry of Transport (MoT) to authorize it to spend VND247.5 billion ($10.9 million) on buying 2.475 million of […]

Vietnam to see cut throat competition in petroleum market

Formerly a country that exported crude oil at low prices, Vietnam now produces petroleum products which can satisfy half of domestic demand. Vietnam’s oil refining industry is built based on two huge projects capitalized at multi-billion dollars – Dung Quat Oil Refinery and Nghi Son Petrochemical & Oil Refinery Complex. In 2009, the $3 billion […]

PV Drilling to sign $6 million deal with KrisEnergy

PetroVietnam Drilling & Well Service Corporation last week signed a contract worth over US$6 million for providing jack-up rig “PV Drilling I” and drilling services to Singapore-based KrisEnergy (Gulf of Thailand) Ltd. Work is scheduled to start in October, 2017. According to the signed contract, PV Drilling I will be performed in Block G10/48 in […]

Grab and Uber fined, Mai Linh and Vinasun losing value

From early 2017, nearly 100 Grab and Uber drivers have been financially penalized for nearly VND350 million (15,400) due to lack of listed identification information, such as name and phone number of the companies. At the same time, both Grab and Uber still enjoy substantial growth in customer base, while traditional taxi operators Mai Linh […]

APEC officials interested in Vietnam’s rice production & export

Officials from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member economies expressed their special interest in Vietnam’s rice production and export during their fact-finding trip to the Mekong Delta Rice Research Institute (CLRRI) and Trung An Hi-Tech Farming JSC based in Can Tho city on August 24. At the CLRRI located in Ninh Kieu district, the delegates were […]

There Is Group Interest in the Banking System, SBV Governor Says

Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Nguyen Van Binh admitted that there was group interest in the system of credit institutions, the local newswire Gafin.vn reported. Inspection results of 27 credit institutions showed that many lenders had been controlled by a group of shareholders who held key positions at these banks. Outstanding loans to the group of shareholders accounted for a great proportion of total lending, sometimes up to 90%, the Governor said. Particularly, lending to this group of shareholders is related to real estate, which drove bad debts to rise and commercial banks to suffer loss amid…

Securities Companies In Vietnam Trying to Brave Storm

Up to 56 out of over 100 securities companies in Vietnam reported losses in the third quarter of 2012. Securities brokerage houses suffered a combined net loss of VND212 billion but the earnings reached VND1,100 billion in the first nine months. Many have to restructure to survive in the raging storm. Total revenues of 100 securities companies grossed VND2,107 billion in the third quarter, totaling VND7,864 billion in the three quarters. They suffered from a combined loss of VND212 billion in the third quarter but still earned VND1,100 billion of profits in the January – September period…

Vietnam Aims to Cut Bad Debt Ratio to 3-4% by End-2015: PM

Vietnam will strive to curb bad debts of the banking industry at around 3-4% of total lending by the end of 2015, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung told the country’s lawmakers early today [Nov 14]. Non-performing loans are estimated to have totaled VND250 trillion or 8.82% of total lending currently, 73% of which are backed by collaterals. Credit institutions have set aside VND75 trillion in loan loss provisions. The government is currently directing the implementation of the following measures. (1)…

Who receives highest pay in Vietnam?

VietNamNet Bridge – Hundreds of millions of dong are paid to the CEOs who work in the “hot business fields” such as finance and banking, power and oil and gas. CEOs in state owned conglomerates receive tens of millions of dong How much the CEOs of Petrolimex (petroleum importer and distributor) and EVN (the Electricity of Vietnam) receive for their jobs every month is the thing that most people are interested in. EVN’s General Director Pham Le Thanh once revealed that the average pay to EVN’s workers in 2009 was 7.3 million dong, saying that this was a modest pay level. In…

Vietnam Business Briefs November 14, 2012

* Dinh Vu Port Investment & Development JSC. (DVP) announced November 26 as ex-date and November 28 as record date for 2012 interim cash dividend payment. The firm will pay dividend at VND2,000/share on December 14, 2012. * Phuc Tien Trade Manufacture JSC. (PHT) reported its current outstanding shares as at November 8 as follows: […]