Viettel Global has just announced its 2022 consolidated financial statements audited by Deloitte Vietnam with the highest ever revenue and pre-tax profit recorded in the telecom giant's history.
Following the growth momentum of the first two quarters of 2022, Viettel Global continued to record its best third-quarter business results ever in terms of both revenue and profit.
The strong growth of the African market has made a significant contribution to the overall results of Viettel Global.
Following the growth momentum of the previous quarter, Viettel Global continued to post strong revenue and profit in the second quarter of the year.
Viettel Global (VGI) – part of leading military-run telco Viettel Group – just released its 2022 first-quarter consolidated business results bagged as one of the most glorious quarters in the company’s history to date.
Viettel Global, part of military-run telecom giant Viettel, has established a new record in its revenue in 2021 despite the turbulences of the year.
Viettel Global JSC (Viettel Global) makes profit in seven foreign markets, however, its consolidated profit is negative as its two latest projects are considerably large in scale and were planned to operate with losses at the beginning.
By listing more than 2.2 billion shares on the Unlisted Public Companies Market (UpCOM), Viettel Global has become the listed mobile information services company with the most international markets.
In first quarter of this year, Viettel Global, Viettel Group’s international investment arm, reported an increase of 43 per cent in gross profit, with positive results in net cash flows.
Viettel Global, Viettel Group’s international investment arm, will be listed on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UpCOM) in July and plans to increase charter capital by VND8 trillion ($349.49 million).
Military-run Viettel Group reported a revenue of VND38 trillion ($1.7 billion) from overseas markets, signifying an increase of 38 per cent on-year, nine times higher than the average growth of the global telecommunications sector.
Over the first three quarters of 2017, Viettel Global, Viettel Group’s international investment arm, scored a total revenue of VND4.227 trillion ($187.2 million), up 8 per cent against the first three quarters of 2016.
Viettel Global JSC (a subsidiary of Viettel Group), plans to list 2.24 million shares on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UpCOM), according to newswire Vnexpress.
As of August 2016, Unitel, a joint venture of Viettel Global Joint Stock Company (a subsidiary of Viettel) and Lao Asia Telecom from Laos, reached $1 billion and $300 million in cumulative revenue and profit, respectively, since starting operation in September 2009, according to newswire Baochinhphu.
Star Telecom, a joint venture between Viettel Global Joint Stock Company of Viet Nam and Lao Asia Telecom of Laos, has officially launched its 4G service on its Unitel network.