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 VietNamNet Bridge - Mekong Capital has registered to sell 2.24 million shares of a total of more than 15 million shares of Mobile World that the fund currently holds.


Japanese IT firms zone in on Vietnam; Slow BOT projects face huge fines; Plant protection drug firms concerned about draft circular; Government urges implementation of PPP projects; Vietnam launches first rice bran oil product


 SBV orders tighter measures for bad debt management; Mobile World's profits up; Bayer CropScience supports Vietnam rice farming; LG Electronics leases more land in Trang Due IP; More supermarkets open in HCMC, Mekong

Retailers strive to increase online, offline sales

 VietNamNet Bridge – Traditional retailers at brick-and-mortar shops are investing to develop online sales, while online distributors are opening stores to boost traditional retail sales.


Buyback plan boosts ACB share prices; Northern bourse to collaborate with Vinalines; Mutual Fund gets major Mobile World stake; No ASEAN goods surge with tariff cuts; First Vietnamese shrimp farm meets sustainability standards


 Malaysia-VN trade to reach $10b; NA urges faster SOE restructuring; Deposit rate cut has little effect; PetroVietnam told to finish refinery plan; Mobile World hits yearly target in 9 months; Mastercard looks at local non-cash payment sector

Mobile World head one of VN's 10 richest investors

Mobile World Investment Corporation general director, Nguyen Duc Tai, skyrocketed onto the list of the top 10 richest people on Vietnam's stockmarket after the company's market capitalisation rose to almost VND11 trillion (US$521.3 million).

Biggest mobile seller to list shares

 The biggest mobile phone retailer in Vietnam, The Gioi Di Dong Joint-Stock Company, will be listed on the HCM City bourse in the second quarter of next year, the general director of the company, Nguyen Duc Tai, said.

Mobile retailer takes on foreign investors

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam's largest mobile phone retailer announced on May 27, it was selling more than 20 per cent stakes to two foreign investors, including an American entrepreneur.