The production of dairy products at Nutifood. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnamese enterprises aim at billion-US-dollar markets

Regarding the export target of above US$285 billion this year, an increase of 8 percent over last year, many enterprises said that this target is hard to achieve, especially amid the context that many markets have been putting up several technical and trade barriers for goods exported from Vietnam.
Dairy factory Driftwood of Vinamilk in the US.

Vietnamese enterprises go abroad

Not only expanding the export market, in recent years, several enterprises have also boldly increased building modern factories in foreign countries or acquired foreign enterprises right in the host countries. With such aforesaid strategy, several enterprises have step by step fortified their positions as well as the market share of Vietnamese products in global market.
A factory of Vinamilk (Source: Vinamilk)

Vinamilk makes it to Forbes Asia’s Best Over A Billion list

Vietnam’s biggest dairy producer Vinamilk has made it to Forbes Asia's inaugural Best Over A Billion list, which spotlights 200 top-performing listed companies across Asia-Pacific with revenues of US$1 billion or more.
SCIC profit strongly increases in 2017

SCIC profit strongly increases in 2017

State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC)’s pre-tax an after-tax profit was expected to hit VND6,616 billion (US$291.21 million) and VND6,313 billion last year, accounting for over 133 percent and nearly 136 percent of the year plan.
Studying probiotic effectiveness (Source: vinamilk)

Chr. Hansen helps Vinamilk develop probiotics

The Chr. Hansen Food Company of Denmark will help the Vietnam Dairy Products JSC (Vinamilk) develop probiotics for the latter’s milk products after the signing of a strategic cooperation agreement in Copenhagen on September 21.
 
A fresh milk production line of Vinamilk

Vinamilk share's starting price set at VND154,000

With the starting price of VND154,000 per share, State Capital and Investment Corporation (SCIC) will get VND7.4 trillion (US$326 million) from 3.33 percent state capital withdrawal, expected in October, from Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk).