Fund management firm Mekong Capital’s faithful and experienced team, who were an essential part of the foundation the firm laid down more than a decade ago, have helped it develop the successful corporate culture it thrives off today.
Standard Chartered Private Equity’s investment into An Giang Plant Protection Company is expected to facilitate robust growth of the firm.
Together with GE member companies in other ASEAN countries, GE Vietnam took part in one of the largest of the group’s volunteer events, GE Global Community Day, by holding a series of community activities to raise environmental awareness and support vulnerable social groups in many cities and provinces.
Taiwan’s manufacturer of touch panel and small-to-medium liquid crystal display units Wintek is planning to double its investment capital to expand the production capacity of its factory in Vietnam.
The steady rebound of Vietnam’s economy and outstanding performance of portfolio in the first half of this year has enhanced confidence in fund management firm Mekong Capital.
Germany’s Bayer last week displayed its anniversary tour in Ho Chi Minh City to mark the group’s 150th anniversary.
By applying vision driven investing, Mekong Capital has been able to produce consistently high investment returns.
Bayer MaterialScience, a subsidiary of Bayer AG – one of the world’s largest polymer companies – is aiming to commercialise the use of carbon dioxide as a new raw material for plastics following a successful test phase.
As Vietnam’s aviation sector booms, Hong Kong’s Dragonair sees the potential for strong gains. Nicholas Brooks, chief representative of Dragonair Vietnam, shared his views with VIR’s Linh Mai.
Piaggio Vietnam today officially opened the Piaggio Global-Standard-Test Track System in Vietnam, marking another significant step to research and development (R&D) process for new product projects.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, the world’s most luxurious automobile brand, last week made its bold step into the Vietnamese market by announcing its official dealer partnership in Hanoi.
Ho Tram Project Company Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Asian Coast Development Limited and also the investor of the $4.2 billion Ho Tram Strip project in Vietnam, plans to open its first resort next month.
Vietnam International Bank last week announced it had appointed Dam Bich Thuy, former vice president of ANZ in the Greater Mekong Region, as its new chief executive officer.
After merging with Thailand’s SCG Building Materials Company Limited, Vietnam’s leading domestic tile manufacturer Prime Group aims to build upon its reputation in the growing local market. Nguyen Van Nghia, deputy general director of Prime Group, shares his perspective with VIR’s Linh Mai.
Germany’s Bayer Group will host an exhibition in Vietnam in November at Ho Chi Minh City’s White Palace Convention Centre to mark the group’s 150th anniversary.