Gov’t agencies blamed for lack of corporate transparency Business

Gov’t agencies blamed for lack of corporate transparency

The slow listing of post-equitisation firms, including State-owned enterprises (SOEs), may make Vietnamese firms less attractive regarding a lack of corporate transparency and government agencies managing those firms must be blamed for the problem.
147 SOEs equitised Business

Infographic147 SOEs equitised

Vietnam has equitised 147 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) since 2016, collecting 206.7 trillion VND (~8.8 billion USD) from equitisation and divestment.
667 SOEs equitized but yet listed Business

667 SOEs equitized but yet listed

As many as 667 equitized State-owned enterprises (SOEs), including many big names, have yet to list their shares on the stock exchanges so far, said Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung on November 21.
SOE equitisation, divestment fall short of target: Ministry Business

SOE equitisation, divestment fall short of target: Ministry

Only 11 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) were equitised in the first nine months of this year, making the country’s target to complete the equitisation of at least 85 SOEs this year unlikely to reach, according to an official from the Ministry of Finance (MoF).
State’s divestment plan set for failure Business

State’s divestment plan set for failure

As the stock market is experiencing strong volatility and shows little signs of strong recovery, the State may struggle to sell its stake in State-owned enterprises (SOEs) on schedule.