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Vietnam aims to have 7 world-class state-owned corporationsicon
FEATURE07/01/20220

Vietnam aims to have 7 world-class state-owned corporations

The world is changing, with many great opportunities opening up for Vietnam. However, Vietnamese state-owned corporations, which have both financial and human resources potential, are unable to reach out to the world to seize these opportunities. 
 
Little progress made on salvage of 'infamous twelve' failed mega projectsicon

Little progress made on salvage of 'infamous twelve' failed mega projects

BUSINESS
10/08/2021
Little progress has been made to salvage the 'infamous twelve', a series of failed mega economic projects under the management of the Ministry of Industry and Trade,
Private enterprises lack internal strength and driving force to developicon

Private enterprises lack internal strength and driving force to develop

FEATURE
24/06/2021
How will Vietnam overcome challenges to realize its development plans? Nguyen Dinh Cung, former head of Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM), shares his perspective with VietNamNet.
Leaders grapple with core function of SOEsicon

Leaders grapple with core function of SOEs

BUSINESS
20/04/2021
Vietnam’s moves to reform and boost the performance of state-owned enterprises is just the latest in a long line of adjustments over the years, 
Plans afoot to aid fortunes of state-owned enterprisesicon

Plans afoot to aid fortunes of state-owned enterprises

BUSINESS
18/04/2021
Acall has been made for Vietnam to revise the regulations on the management and use of state capital in enterprises to create state-owned groups that can operate more effectively and contribute more to national economic development 
Finance ministry turns to stock market for greater transparency in SOE equitizationicon

Finance ministry turns to stock market for greater transparency in SOE equitization

BUSINESS
13/04/2021
This would be the first step for Vietnam’s state firms to list shares on international stock exchanges.
Capital market must work to invigorate SOEsicon

Capital market must work to invigorate SOEs

BUSINESS
05/04/2021
Developing the capital market will help in promoting State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) to mobilize capital and reduce the proportion of commercial credit loans, and diversify in forms of mobilization to supplement capital.
Ministry proposes special policies for large SOEsicon

Ministry proposes special policies for large SOEs

BUSINESS
25/12/2020
The Ministry of Planning and Investment has proposed special policies for large State-owned enterprises (SOEs) to make them spearheads in key industries of the economy.
Three state-owned economic groups covered by pilot policiesicon

Three state-owned economic groups covered by pilot policies

BUSINESS
23/12/2020
The State plans to hold 100 percent of charter capital in only four holding companies: PetroVietnam, Electricity of Vietnam (EVN), State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC) and Viettel.
Do the Vietnamese still have a chance?icon

Do the Vietnamese still have a chance?

FEATURE
23/12/2020
If you want to get over the rapids, you must first get off the boat. Will the next decade reach the goal of industrialization without success?
One project fails, three CEOs prosecutedicon

One project fails, three CEOs prosecuted

BUSINESS
19/12/2020
The Thai Nguyen iron and steel project phase 2 has been left idle for many years, bringing about the dismissal and prosecution of high ranking managers of Tisco (Thai Nguyen Iron and Steel JSC) and VNSteel (Vietnam Steel Corporation).
No SOEs equitised in five months, Gov't's plan likely missedicon

No SOEs equitised in five months, Gov't's plan likely missed

BUSINESS
18/12/2020
The rate of equitised State-owned enterprises (SOEs) for the 2017-20 period has remained at 28 per cent for several months, the latest update from the Ministry of Finance shows.
Finance Ministry warns about trillion VND-losses after equitizationicon

Finance Ministry warns about trillion VND-losses after equitization

FEATURE
10/12/2020
Many equitized enterprises have suffered big losses as state capital in these unprofitable enterprises is difficult to sell because of unreasonable pricing.
SOE equitization: investors attracted by ‘golden land’ holdingsicon

SOE equitization: investors attracted by ‘golden land’ holdings

FEATURE
27/11/2020
Vu Dinh Anh, a respected economist, has pointed out that in many cases, investors decide to buy shares of equitized enterprises because the enterprises have many land plots in advantageous positions, or ‘golden land’.
When private businesses get strongericon

When private businesses get stronger

FEATURE
23/11/2020
The private sector is very active in key sectors of the economy. If there is a 'push', they will become an important force with other economic sectors to take the country forward.
Super committee fails to report SOEs' performance on timeicon

Super committee fails to report SOEs' performance on time

BUSINESS
10/11/2020
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has said the supervision of financial results from State-owned enterprises (SOEs), carried out by the Committee for Management of State Capital at Enterprises, (or Super Committee) was “very slow”.
Innovation a must for SOEsicon

Innovation a must for SOEs

BUSINESS
06/11/2020
Innovation has become a pressing need for State-owned enterprises (SOEs) which have undergone drastic restructuring during the past decade but their operation efficiency remained lower than expected.
Vietnam gov’t warns of interest groups profiteering from SOE privatizationicon

Vietnam gov’t warns of interest groups profiteering from SOE privatization

BUSINESS
04/11/2020
The government would continue to hold majority stakes at state-owned commercial banks, and maintain presence in companies operating in fields that are essential to the economy.