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VN corporate giant in worrying situation

Vietnam’s top dairy company – Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk) - has witnessed a strange financial movement, contrary to the strong uptrend of the stock market.

Women at the helm of multimillion-dollar businesses in Vietnam

Amongst the thousands of businesses currently listed on the local stock exchanges, many have been led by bold and talented female leaders.

Vinamilk’s growth and future plans: CEO

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vinamilk, Viet Nam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company, expects to reach its target of becoming one of the top 50 global dairy firms in the next three years after it has shown strong development over the past 40 years.

The iron businesswomen in the Vietnamese market

VietNamNet Bridge - Vinamilk, Traphaco and Hau Giang Pharmacy – three out of the largest Vietnamese conglomerates - all are led by women.

Vinamilk's Mai Kieu Lien receives New Zealand – ASEAN Award

 Four Vietnamese outstanding individuals yesterday were given the New Zealand – ASEAN Award for their contribution to boost friendship and co-operation between Viet Nam and New Zealand as well as ASEAN and New Zealand.

MPI: the State to withdraw its capital from Vinamilk

VietNamNet Bridge - Foreign investors now stand a chance of becoming Vinamilk’s shareholders as the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) has confirmed the State will disinvest from the dairy producer. 

What will Vinamilk be like after the power transfer?

VietNamNet Bridge - Investors believe that Vinamilk under its new chair Le Thi Bang Tam will be different from the company under the former chair Mai Kieu Lien.

Why did Mai Kieu Lien resign as Vinamilk chair?

VietNamNet Bridge - Mai Kieu Lien, who is considered the ‘soul’ of Vinamilk, the nation’s leading dairy producer, has officially resigned as chair of the board of directors, though Vinamilk shareholders vowed to veto the dismissal. 

Heads of two Vietnamese dairy firms among Asia’s Power Businesswomen

 VietNamNet Bridge - This year's Forbes list includes the female leaders of two leading dairy companies of Vietnam: Mai Kieu Lien, chairman and CEO of Vinamilk, and Thai Huong, chair of TH Group.

Bosses of five Vietnamese enterprises among Top 100 Asean Enterprises

 VietNamNet Bridge - Nikkei Asian Review recently selected the Top 100 largest enterprises in ASEAN, including five Vietnamese companies. Who are the bosses of these firms?

Forbes honours three Vietnamese businesswomen

 VietNamNet Bridge – Renowned US business magazine Forbes has announced the list of the year’s top 50 businesswomen in Asia, including three Vietnamese.

The story about SCIC and the milk cow (part 2)

A question has been raised on how the SCIC’s fate would be if one day, it has to abandon Vinamilk shares?