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 finish its share sale to strategic investors by the end of August.
Judging by the barrier that Grab encounters in Danang, the recent approval by the Ministry of Transport is not yet a clear step forward for Uber.
The working group from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment complemented by a body of other scientists have concluded that Hung Nghiep Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Co., Ltd. (HFS), a subsidiary of Taiwanese Formosa Plastics Corp. meets the requirements for the first blast furnace to start operation.
Though the company is months behind its plan to sell the state’s stake, investors’ interest in Saigon Alcohol Beer and Beverages Corporation (Sabeco) has not waned.
As the two dominating names in consumer electronics retail, Mobile World Investment Corporation (MWG) and FPT, are slowing down or trying to branch out, it seems that consumer electronics in Vietnam is losing its allure.
Enfinity Ninh Thuan’s delayed $266-million wind farm project in the central province of Ninh Thuan is going to start construction in October 2018.
Vietnam National Tobacco Corporation recently announced a complete divestment from two confectionery investees, Huu Nghi Food (UpCOM: HNF) and Hai Ha Confectionery JSC (HNX: HHC).
The two biggest Thai cement companies were recently involved in million dollar takeovers of two cement companies in Vietnam, but in the face of the domestic cement glut and the bad business results of Vietnamese companies in the industry, was this really a smart move?
Doosan, the construction contractor at Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant, announced that it would take all responsibility for the recent fire.
SCG Cement-Building Materials Co., Ltd., a member of Siam Cement Group (SCG), has just spent $156 million on buying up the shares of Vietnam Construction Materials JSC (VCM).
Siam Cement Group (SCG) has finished acquiring the stakes of its former venture partner Qatar Petroleum (QP) in Long Son Petrochemical Complex, as reported by The Bangkok Post.
Uber yet again finds itself in new disagreements with authorities.
The sale of the 65 per cent stake in LafargeHolcim Vietnam by its Swiss mother company to Thai Siam City Cement has been finished.
Uber’s recent technology moves, including first self-driving and now flying cars, have earned it a fair share of sceptics who doubt their feasibility and, consequently, how long Uber as a company will last if proceeding in this direction.
Vietjet stock (HoSE: VJC) is the hottest of all the listed companies’ stocks today as investors were still queueing to buy three million of the stocks as of the end of the trading session.