When Vietnam removed subsidy mechanism and opened the market in 1986, Cholimex Food Company started travelling to many countries to seek partners without result. Not giving up, it has continued efforts and exported products to over 30 countries.
Secretary of Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan on December 9 said he hoped that Vietnamese startups in the United States would continue contributing initiatives and resources to improve the city’s startup ecosystem.
Following the success of the first scholarship award from Vietnam Van Thinh Phat Group Holdings Scholarships for the 2013 academic year, Van Thinh Phat Group Holdings continues to offer 02 (two) full scholarships for the 2014 academic year with value of HK$ 200,000 per year for each award to Vietnamese students to study in The University of Hong Kong (HKU-China).
Whenever economy slows down, contributions towards scholarships become even more meaningful, as more students are in need of financial assistance, said Robert Kruit, chief operating officer at Zuellig Pharma Vietnam, the main benefactor of the Nguyen Van Huong Scholarship Fund since 2003.
The Asia Pacific College in Ho Chi Minh City has just reported excellent results achieved by 17 of its students who sat for the Cambridge Contest for the academic year 2011-2012, four of who topped the contest.
Times Square, Royal Garden and Saigon Peninsula are three striking real estate projects in Ho Chi Minh City that will be financed by three Vietnamese banks that are undertaking a union process.
The new Saigon Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SCB), which has just come into being from the union of First Commercial Bank (Ficombank), Vietnam Tin Nghia Bank and Saigon Commercial Bank, held its first shareholders meeting at Windsor An Dong Plaza on Dec 23. The meeting agreed up with SCB’s new development strategy.