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From July 13 to August 13, Nguyen Van Duc, brother of Nguyen Van Loc, CEO of Bien Hoa Sugar Joint Stock Company (BHS), registered to sell 8,280 shares for personal financial need. After the sale, he will own only 6 shares.

Vu Thi Hang, wife of Nguyen Van Loc, CEO of Bien Hoa Sugar Joint Stock Company (BHS), registered to buy 10,000 shares from July 13 to August 13, increasing her holdings to 106,946 shares, or 0.36 percent stake, to increase her ownership ratio.

Tran Thi Dao, chairwoman of Imexpharm Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company (IMP), registered to sell 20,000 shares from July 12 to August 12, cutting her ownership to 79,000 shares, or 0.52 percent stake, to balance family finances.

Tran Thi Mai, BOD member of Phuong Nam Cultural Joint Stock Company (PNC), bought 18,920 shares out of 100,000 shares registered to buy from June 5 to July 4 due to unmatched prices, increasing her holdings to 87,072 shares.

Le Quoc Hung, brother of Le Phu Cu, BOD member of Tien Giang Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company or Ticco (THG), sold 350,000 shares as registered by July 2. After the share sale, Hung cut his holdings to 60,720 shares from 410,720 units earlier. From July 10 to August 10, he registered to buy 300,000 shares to increase his ownership ratio.

Doan Nguyen Duc, chairman of Hoang Anh Gia Lai Corporation (HAG), bought 1.1 million shares out of 3,143,000 shares registered to buy from May 7 to June 7 due to unmatched prices. He currently holds 259,670,859 shares, or 48.32 percent stake.

From June 19 to 20, Dang Xuan Hung, deputy CEO of Pacific Property & Infrastructure Development and Investment Joint Stock Company (PPI), sold 24,690 shares out of 25,000 shares, cutting his ownership to 756 shares.

Nguyen Doan Thang, vice chairman of Rang Dong Light Sources and Vacuum Flask Joint Stock Company (RAL), bought 9,200 shares out of 30,000 shares registered to buy from May 9 to July 9 to increase ownership ratio due to unmatched prices, raising his holdings to 131,439 shares,

Intereffekt Investment Funds, a major shareholder of Vietnam Securities Investment Fund (VFMFV1), bought 876,730 shares by June 29, or 7.1163 percent stake.

Construction Joint Stock Company 47 (C47) announced that it had dismissed Nguyen Thi Lan as BOD member since July 7.

From May 10 to July 6, Nguyen Song Thao, deputy CEO of Southern Rubber Industry Joint Stock Company (CSM), sold 49,120 shares, reducing his holdings to 8 shares.

Meca Vneco Investment and Electricity Construction Joint Stock Company (VES) announced that it assigned Mai Thai Dung as acting head of Finance-Accounting Department from July 2.

Le Thanh Thuan, chairman of International Development & Investment Corporation (IDI), failed to buy 1 million shares registered to buy from May 2 to July 2 due to long business trips, keeping his ownership at 4,927,117 shares.

Nguyen Quoc Vu Luan, brother of Nguyen Quoc Vy Liem, BOS member of Dat Xanh Real Estate Service and Construction Joint Stock Company (DXG), sold 3,000 shares out of 20,000 units registered to sell by July 4 due to unfavorable prices. After the share sale, he holds 26,886 shares compared to his earlier holding of 29,886 units.

Ca Mau Trading Joint Stock Company (CMV) announced to postpone paying 2011 shares and 2012 first cash dividends as the firm has not finished procedure to seek the State Securities Commission approval to issue shares to pay dividends.

Nguyen Huy Quang, BOD member cum CEO of Bac Giang Exploitable Mineral Joint Stock Company (BGM) reported trading result later than requested after he made trading registration on May 2.

Vietnam Investments Fund I, L.P., a major shareholder of Vinafco Joint Stock Corporation (VFC) bought 354,190 shares by July 2. After the share purchase, the fund now holds 4,603,046 shares or 13.54 percent stake.

Nguyen Van An, BOS head of Cuu Long Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Corporation (DCL) sold 5,000 shares by July 3, lowering his ownership to 70,318 shares, or 0.7 percent stake.

Le Huong Giang, sister of Le Ha Giang, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Long Giang Investment and Urban Development Joint Stock Company (LGL) reported trading result later than regulated.

Duong Ngoc Minh, chairman of Hung Vuong Corporation (HVG) bought 500,000 shares as registered by July 2. After the share purchase, Minh holds 23,432,910 shares from 22,932,910 units earlier.

Lam Thieu Quan, CEO of Innovative Technology Development Corporation (ITD), inherited 128,793 shares via ownership right transfer through HOSE’s trading system on June 25. He currently holds 500,102 shares or 4 percent stake in the firm.

Nam Kim Steel Joint Stock Company (NKG) has appointed Nguyen Ngoc Thien as its chief accountant in place of Le Van Dung from July 4.

Chau Thi Yen, wife of Nguyen Hoang Nhon, vice chairman of Mekong Seafood Joint Stock Company (AAM), bought 27,000 shares out of 50,000 shares registered to buy from June 4 to July 4, increasing her ownership to 127,000 shares, or 1.12 percent stake.

Luong Hoang Manh, chairman cum director of Mekong Seafood Joint Stock Company (AAM), bought 100,000 shares as registered by July 4. After the share purchase, he raised his holdings in the firm to 668,966 shares or 5.9 percent stake from 568,966 units or 5.02 percent stake earlier.

Trinh Huu Minh, CEO of My Chau Printing and Packaging Holdings Company (MCP), bought 14,880 shares out of 50,000 units registered to buy by July 2. After the share purchase, he holds 990,776 shares or 9.6 percent stake compared to his earlier holdings of 975,896 units or 9.44 percent stake.

Tran Thi Thanh Ha, wife of Nguyen Van Phi, BOD member of Cavico Construction Manpower and Services Joint Stock Company (CMS), registered to sell all her 88,800 shares from July 10 to August 9 for her personal need.

Dao Tien Duong, deputy CEO of Cavico Construction Manpower and Services Joint Stock Company (CMS), registered to sell 410,000 shares from July 9 to August 7 for personal financial need. He now owns 466,373 shares or 9.33 percent stake.

Truong Thi Luyen, BOS member of Cavico Construction Manpower and Services Joint Stock Company (CMS), registered to sell all her 58,200 shares from July 9 to August 7 for personal financial need. She currently holds 58,200 shares or 1.16 percent stake.

Pham Cao Thang, IR officer of Post and Telecommunication Equipment Joint Stock Company (POT), registered to buy 3,000 shares from July 10 to 25 for investment. He now holds 3,152 shares or 0.02 percent stake.

Van Tuan Anh, chairman of Petro Vietnam Gas City Investment and Development Joint Stock Company (PCG), registered to sell 30,000 shares from July 10 to Aug 8 to increase his investment. He now holds 71,300 shares or 0.38 percent stake.

Dao Thu Thuy, daughter of Dao Ngoc Thanh, chairman of Thanh Nam Construction and Investment Joint Stock Company (CSC) registered to buy 100,000 shares from July 9 to Aug 7 to increase her ownership. Thuy currently owns 176,160 shares or 3.55 percent stake.

Nguyen Hong Tuan, BOD member of Saigon Plastic Packaging Joint Stock Company (SPP), registered to sell 142,040 shares from July 10 to Aug 8 for his personal need. He sold 130,430 out of 222,470 shares registered to sell from May 7 to July 3, cutting his ownership to 192,040 shares, or 1.61 percent stake.

Maybank Kim Eng Securities Pvt. Ltd, major shareholder of Van Lang Technology Investment and Development Joint Stock Company (VLA), increased its ownership to 95,600 shares or 9.53 percent stake from July 4, 2012 after buying 16,500 shares.

Vinavico Joint Stock Company (CTA) announced to appoint Nguyen Thi Hoa as IR officer from July 3, 2012, replacing Vi Tien Cuong.

Vinaconex Xuan Mai Concrete and Construction Joint Stock Company (XMC) announced to extend its working contracts with CEO Dang Hoang Huy, deputy CEO Tran Trong Dien, deputy CEO Tran Van Lien from July 1.

Duc Long Gia Lai Investment Development of Public Service Joint Stock Company (DL1) announced July 12 as ex-date and July 16 as record-date for share dividend payment to its existing shareholders at a ratio of 10:2.

Le Thi Hoang Trinh, BOS member of Marine Supply and Engineering Service Joint Stock Company (MAC), bought none out of 20,000 shares registered to buy and sold none out of 12,300 shares registered to sell from May 30 to July 4. She currently holds 12,355 shares or 0.22 percent stake.

Ha Thi Hue, chief accountant of Licogi 16.6 Joint Stock Company (LCS), sold all 13,000 shares registered to sell from May 22 to June 22, cutting her ownership to 5,100 shares or 0.08 percent stake.

Hai Hoa Investment Joint Stock Company, related to Nguyen Xuan Duc, chairman of Network Infrastructure Service Joint Stock Company (NIS), sold all its 18,000 shares from June 29 to July 3, cutting its ownership to no share.

Source: VnEconomy – Translated by Thuy Doan

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