Vietnam’s beverage sector attracts int’l investments Business

Vietnam’s beverage sector attracts int’l investments

"Despite the slowdown in investments on the back of the global financial crisis, the Vietnamese drinks sector continues to attract investments from international players," confirms website "www.companiesandmarkets.com", the world 's leading source for international market research and market data.
Business

Danish fund ups in pharma to 30 percent

Vien Dong Pharmaceuticals Co (DVD) has completed the private placement of 3 million shares to its Danish strategic partner, BankInvest’s Private Equity New Markets (PENM) fund, at a price of 80,500 VND (4.40 USD) per share.
Politics

Vietnam, RoK expand defence cooperation

A delegation from the Ministry of National Defence led by Deputy Minister Senior lieutenant-general Nguyen Huy Hieu is paying a week-long visit to the Republic of Korea (RoK) from Dec. 12-18.
Politics

Vietnam, RoK expand defence cooperation

A delegation from the Ministry of National Defence led by Deputy Minister Senior lieutenant-general Nguyen Huy Hieu is paying a week-long visit to the Republic of Korea (RoK) from Dec. 12-18.
Business

Japanese partner buys stake in noodle marker

Japanese food and beverage producer House Foods Corporation on Dec. 3 signed an agreement to acquire a 1.85 percent stake from HCM Stock Exchange-listed Masan Group, said the local food producer.
Business

BNP Paribas to increase stake in local bank

French bank BNP Paribas will increase its stake in Vietnam ’s Orient Commercial Joint Stock Bank from 15 to 20 percent next year, under a memorandum of understanding signed last week.
Business

Korean retailer finds local partner

The Republic of Korea’s clothing retailer E-Land Group has become the foreign strategic partner of Vietnam’s Thanh Cong Textile & Garment Joint Stock Co (TCG), after acquiring a 30 percent stake in the company, Thanh Cong announced.
World

Malaysia, Netherlands set up joint venture

Netherlands-based FeyeCon Carbon Dioxide Technologies has signed a technology acquisition agreement with Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation (BiotechCorp) to roll out carbon dioxide technology in Asia.