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Information about the divorce of the rich has always been of interest to the public because many people are curious about the reasons for the separation, their assets, and how the latter will be divided after the divorce.

Vietnam’s coffee king still leads Trung Nguyen Group following divorce

Dang Le Nguyen Vu, 48, founding chairman and general director of Trung Nguyen Group, continues to lead his coffee empire as he formally ends his marriage to 46-year-old Le Hoang Diep Thao.

Divorce dispute keeps pulling down Trung Nguyen

The three-year divorce dispute keeps dragging down local coffee giant Trung Nguyen, which reported only half of its 2017 profit in 2018.


Vietnam’s so-called coffee king appeals divorce case

Dang Le Nguyen Vu, 48, founding chairman and general director of Vietnamese coffee giant Trung Nguyen Group, and his ex-wife Le Hoang Diep Thao, 46, have appealed their high-profile divorce case.


COD payment method hurts retailers, shippers

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese customers will often order 10 or more products online, but then only pay for one item because of a late change they make to their order.  

For coffee chains to survive, investors need to prepare for the long term

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is a highly promising market for coffee chains, but not all investors can succeed here.

Unemployed university grads: high education level, low skills

VietNamNet Bridge - The common characteristics of most of the 200,000 unemployed university graduates are the low level of professional knowledge and work skills.

How many aircraft do Vietnamese airlines need?

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s air carriers are trying to expand their fleets by purchasing new aircraft in large quantities, but poor infrastructure is hindering their work.

Children more dependent as parents become overly protective

VietNamNet Bridge - As there are many adverse factors in society, many Vietnamese parents tend to protect their children in unreasonable ways. 

Apps for domestic help services represent $1 million market

VietNamNet Bridge - A government report shows that Vietnam needed 250,000 domestic helpers in 2015, while HCMC alone needed 10,000 helpers. But only 30 percent of the demand could be met.

Storing water is must for water resource management: experts

Vietnam, which has proposed a transboundary water resources management policy, will take the initiative in storing water to cover its needs instead of relying on other countries, experts have said.

Vietnam's sugar industry development strategy in a muddle

VietNamNet Bridge - The figures to which the agriculture ministry (MARD) has been using while drafting the sugar industry's development strategy are not sufficiently reliable.

Foreign coffee chains close, lack understanding of Vietnam’s culture

VietNamNet Bridge - Some foreign cafe chains, with powerful financial capability and strong brands, have left Vietnam, but many Vietnamese chains have been prospering. 

Trung Nguyen Coffee boss loses major coffee firm to wife

 The chairman of the Trung Nguyen Coffee Corporation JSC, Dang Le Nguyen Vu, has lost control of the instant coffee company to his wife, according to a decision by the Binh Duong Province's Planning and Investment Department.

Vietnam has seven brands for franchises abroad

VietNamNet Bridge - Franchises are very popular in many countries but have not boomed until recently in Vietnam, with dozens of franchise brands. Notably, 7 Vietnamese brands have been franchised abroad.  

Dispute interrupted Trung Nguyen’s instant coffee supply

 A dispute has been identified as the main cause of Trung Nguyen Corporation’s recent supply interruption of G7 3-in-1 instant coffee on the domestic market.

Trung Nguyen halts instant coffee sale, bewildering rivals, consumers

Trung Nguyen Coffee, the best known Vietnamese coffee brand owned by Vietnamese Coffee King Dang Le Nguyen Vu, has unexpectedly stopped providing instant coffee products for an indefinite time.

What has Trung Nguyen achieved in the US?

 VietNamNet Bridge – When Starbucks entered Vietnam, CEO of Trung Nguyen Coffee spoke scornfully of the American coffee brand, so people have asked: what has Trung Nguyen done in the "homeland" of Starbucks?

Can Starbucks change Hanoians' coffee habits?

 VietNamNet Bridge – A few days after internationally-renowned Starbucks Coffee opened its first shop in Ha Noi, people still had to queue up for a cup of American-styled coffee.

Lak Lake – pride of Daklak

Waterfalls, forests, rivers and mountains are the pride of locals in the Central Highlands region. For people in Daklak, along with Buon Don Tourist Village, Trung Nguyen Coffee, Draysap and Trinh Nu waterfalls, Lak Lake is the pride of the province.