Viettel Global to be listed on UPCOM from September 25

Viettel Global to be listed on UPCOM from September 25

PANO - More than 2,243.8 million shares of the Viettel International Investment Joint-Stock Company (Viettel Global) will be listed on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCOM) at VND 15,000 per share, starting from September 25 this year.

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State Securities Commission to increase quality of securities firms

The State Securities Commission (SSC) will enhance the quality of securities firms by shutting down and revoking licenses of financially-weak companies to ensure the sector is healthy.

Coastal provinces coordinate in monitoring fishing boats

Eight Mekong Delta and South Central coastal provinces in Vietnam have signed a coordination agreement on the management of fishing vessels in a bid to have the European Commission (EC)’s “yellow card” warning on illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing lifted.
Military bank starts SWIFT GPI project

PANO -The Military Commercial Joint-Stock Bank (MB) has started a SWIFT GPI (Global Payments Innovation Initiative) project, marking its official GPI membership.

Viettel on the list of top 10 Vietnamese businesses in Industry 4.0 era

PANO - The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA), on 17 September in Hanoi, held a ceremony to announce the list of “50+10 top Vietnamese IT businesses in 2018” and introduce brochures on these businesses.
Can Tho bolsters agricultural cooperation with Cuba

Cuba is looking to bolster cooperation with the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho in the production of rice, fruits, and aquaculture, in line with agricultural restructuring and high-technology application.

Vietnam welcomes German investors: PM

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc expressed his hope that there will be more German businesses investing in Vietnam, during a reception for CEO of SAP Group Bill McDermott in Hanoi on September 21.
Total of businesses operating in Vietnam surges by over 50 percent: economic census

Nearly 517,900 businesses were operating in Vietnam in 2017, rising 51.6 percent from the figure recorded in 2012, according to the general economic census announced by the General Statistics Office of Vietnam (GSO) on September 19.

International cooperation crucial for startup development

The startup culture in Vietnam has taken off in recent years, with foreign venture capital now five times higher than that by domestic players. Thus, it is important to note that international cooperation is crucial to bolstering startup innovation in the country.
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