Should business households become enterprises?

Should business households become enterprises?

The MPI proposed recognising business households in the Law on Enterprises, affording them the same level of rights and protection as other forms of business.
MobiFone's bright performance before equitisation

MobiFone's bright performance before equitisation

MobiFone reported more than VND13.4 trillion ($582.6 million) in bank deposits, painting bright prospects for its upcoming equitisation.
Gov’t plans to equitize 93 State-owned enterprises through 2020

Gov’t plans to equitize 93 State-owned enterprises through 2020

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a Decision approving the list of 93 State-owned enterprises which will be equitized from now to the end of 2020.
SOE equitisation lists fizzle up M&A

SOE equitisation lists fizzle up M&A

Following a muted 2018 and first half of 2019, experts are pining for a new surge in state divestments and equitisations, buoyed by new regulatory frameworks.
SOE equitisation creates opportunities for foreign investors

SOE equitisation creates opportunities for foreign investors

The Vietnamese government welcomes foreign investors from Europe and England to participate in the equitisation of state-owned enterprises (SOEs).
Encouraging long-term foreign interest in SOEs

Encouraging long-term foreign interest in SOEs

Vietnam’s state-owned enterprises will continue to sell shares to foreign investors over the next year, with regulations being improved to facilitate cross-border deals. Before attending the financial investment promotion forum in London
SCIC to collect $939.52 million by selling capital at 108 enterprises

SCIC to collect $939.52 million by selling capital at 108 enterprises

SCIC has just published the list of 108 enterprises where it plans to sell the state's capital in 2019, collecting VND21.61 trillion ($939.52 million).
CMSC eyes VNPT, MobiFone, and other 17 state-owned companies

CMSC eyes VNPT, MobiFone, and other 17 state-owned companies

MobiFone, VNPT, and the other 17 companies have been exposed to the gunfire of the CMSC's financial supervision.
Enhance accountability for SOEs: PM

Enhance accountability for SOEs: PM

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked accountability to be enhanced in the restructuring and divestment of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) to improve the efficiency of the process.
Draft simplifies SOE stake bidding for foreigners

Draft simplifies SOE stake bidding for foreigners

The State Bank of Vietnam has drafted a regulation which would create favourable conditions for foreign investors to join in the process of State-owned enterprises’ (SOEs) privatisation and capital divestment.
SOEs must enhance corporate governance

SOEs must enhance corporate governance

State-owned enterprises (SOEs) must focus on enhancing corporate governance to improve operation efficiency after privatisation, experts said at a conference discussing change management and SOE restructuring on Friday in Hanoi.
Barriers still hamper SOEs

Barriers still hamper SOEs

Foreign investors often find it difficult to pour money into Vietnam’s state-owned enterprises due to the short timeline, a lack of clear available information and a low availability of shares. Sung Mee Hong, partner at Lee & Ko Law Firm, discussed the challenges.
Giving a big push to SOEs’ equitisation

Giving a big push to SOEs’ equitisation

Delay in the equitisation of many state-owned enterprises is undermining the government’s efforts to create a more balanced environment for all firms in the economy, and to attract more private investment. What can the government do to solve this thorny issue? Nguyen Dat reports.
Brighter prospects in SOE divestment

Brighter prospects in SOE divestment

With an upsurge in both revenue and profit, SOEs are looking at brighter prospects, especially after the new Resolution 12-NQ/TW.
SOEs efficiency remains low: Prime Minister

SOEs efficiency remains low: Prime Minister

The contribution of many SOEs to economic development is low compared to their potential, said the Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
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