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Vietnamese banks seek foreign partners

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many Vietnamese banks believe that calling for foreign capital is the best solution for them to improve their financial capability.

Universities seek ties with foreign partners

 VietNamNet Bridge – Domestic universities have more opportunities than ever before to improve quality because of Viet Nam's integration with the rest of the world,

FM Minh holds phone talks with foreign counterparts

 Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh on May 16 talked on the phone with Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa, Singaporean FM K. Shanmugam and Russian FM Sergei Lavrov.

Samsung’s Thai Nguyen factory starts running

VietNamNet Bridge – Samsung’s cell-phone production factory in Thai Nguyen Province has started operation after nearly one year of construction, said a source from Samsung Vina Electronics Co. Ltd.

Foreign funds want to sell 13.4 million shares of Vinamilk

 VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnam Enterprise Investment Limited (VEIL) has registered to sell 8.8 million shares of the Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company - Vinamilk. The transaction time is from 11/12/2013 to 9/1/2014.


 Foreign investors refind confidence; MARD to source foreign partners for agriculture; HDBank plans sale to Japanese investors; VN-China trade fair lifts business; Bridgestone Viet Nam pumps capital

Banks look to strengthen foreign ties to weather choppy economy

 VietNamNet Bridge – Some Vietnam banks are pondering new and deeper foreign partnerships to strengthen their positions amid current stormy economy.

What Vietinbank seeks when selling stakes to Japanese bank?

VietNamNet Bridge – Commenting about the deal of Vietinbank, one of the Vietnamese biggest commercial bank, sells stakes to The Bank of Tokyo - Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU), the Vietnamese bank has obtained big gains.

Online ads: the war between “familiarity” against “the colossal”

The competition between Vietnamese and foreign enterprises on the online ad market has been described as the fight of David against Goliath. In order to survive, Vietnamese need to apply their own tactical principle.