September 26, 2018 | 17:34
By listing 2.2 billion shares on the UpCOM, Viettel Global has become the listed mobile information services company with the most international markets.
By Minh Vu
August 27, 2018 | 10:00
As the first Vietnamese company to enter the Cuban market, Viglacera Corporation has invested into its first industrial park in the country.
By Nguyen Duc
August 14, 2018 | 09:03
In the first seven months of the year Vietnam saw an increase in overseas investment, creating high expectations for the remainder of the year.
July 21, 2018 | 07:36
Mytel, the Viettel-owned mobile operator based in Myanmar, has signed up more than two million subscribers in just one month since officially starting operations.
July 12, 2018 | 12:44
At the end of the second quarter, the Ministry of Planning and Investment had issued 23 licenses to businesses in the Central Highland province of Gia Lai for overseas investments.
July 06, 2018 | 14:58
In first quarter of this year, Viettel Global reported an increase of 43 per cent in gross profit, with positive results in net cash flows.
June 21, 2018 | 17:37
Mytel, Viettel’s mobile operator in Myanmar, has signed with more than one million subscribers in just 10 days since it officially began operations.
By Huu Tuan
June 09, 2018 | 08:55
Just one year after building telecommunications infrastructure in Myanmar, Viettel Group has brought 4G services even to remote and mountainous areas, where in the past local residents could not access the internet on their smart phones. Kachin, the state which has the country’s tallest mountain, is a good example.
By Huu Tuan
June 09, 2018 | 08:47
With 70 per cent of its population being farmer, Myanmar needs proper technologies to improve its agricultural production. The opportunity has come through the telecom sector, with a Vietnamese company bringing Industry 4.0 applications and services on a super mobile broadband platform.
By Kim Oanh
June 05, 2018 | 17:03
Mytel’s development strategy will focus on trading in the data and new digital service segments in Myanmar, based on the four-word motto D-A-T-A.