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A Thai consortium in charge of the 464-hectare Long Son Petrochemicals Complex, located in Ba Ria-Vung Tau, wants to raise its charter capital from US$3.7 billion to US$5.1 billion to upgrade the refinery’s technology and improve its capacity.


Vietnamese conglomerates fall into Thai hands

VietNamNet Bridge - Besides Sabeco, a number of other leading Vietnamese enterprises in key business fields have been put under Thai control. 

7 Eleven does warm-up before entering Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Thai 7 Eleven will be a un-doubtable rival to anyone in the Vietnamese market.


Competition on local coffee market heats up; Vietnam needs to win over European businesses; Returned scepticism of overall economic outlook; Vietnam – a new King of Coffee

Why Thai investors decide to pour billions of dollars into Vietnam?

Just within a short time, the two big Thai energy conglomerates announced the huge investments in the $27 billion Nhon Hoi petrochemical project and the $2.2 billion Quang Tri thermopower plant project.

Thais step by step expanding their business in Vietnam

Thai businessmen have been taking martial steps towards the Vietnamese market, having a presence in many business fields of the national economy, from hotels to tile, plastics manufacturing and retail chains.

Mammoth petrochemical projects make Vietnam feel dizzy

More and more investors have expressed their willingness to set up huge oil refineries in Vietnam.