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PV Power to launch IPO on January 31

Business

PV Power to launch IPO on January 31

The PetroVietnam Power Corporation (PV Power), a subsidiary of the Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam), will offer 20 percent of its shares in an initial public offering (IPO) on January 31.

Small-scale coffee farmers get helping hand

Business

Small-scale coffee farmers get helping hand

Lo Thi Phong in Chieng Chung commune in Mai Son district in the mountain province of Son La, has cultivated coffee for more than 10 years on 5,000 square metres of land, but she still finds life difficult.

PV Oil stakes entice eight foreign investors

Business

PV Oil stakes entice eight foreign investors

Eight investors have registered to become strategic shareholders of the Vietnam Oil Corporation (PV Oil) as of January 10, PV Oil CEO Cao Hoai Duong confirmed on the sidelines of the corporation’s roadshow.

Defendants in PVC trial make self-defence

Society

Defendants in PVC trial make self-defence

Trinh Xuan Thanh, former Chairman of PetroVietnam Construction Joint Stock Corporation (PVC), and other defendants in the trial for several charges of wrongdoings defended themselves during the trial’s argument on January 13 and 14.

Companies upbeat on 2017 earnings

Business

Companies upbeat on 2017 earnings

Last year was favorable for hydropower companies as demand for electricity grew faster than power capacity. This was enhanced by early rainfall which helped increase production.

Better meals make better workers

Society

Better meals make better workers

The Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL) has helped improve the quality of meals for workers as it makes the issue part of the collective bargaining between employers and employees.

HCM City tops State budget revenue target

Business

HCM City tops State budget revenue target

Total State budget revenue in HCM City reached 347.98 trillion VND (15.32 billion USD) in 2017, slightly more than the year’s target, and up 13.5 percent compared to 2016, according to the city’s State Treasury.