Sabeco, which controls more than half of Vietnam's beer market with its iconic Saigon brand, has sought the government's permission to sell 53 percent of shares in a public auction, news website VnExpress reported on Friday.
Thailand’s plan to accelerate sales of 11.4 million tonnes of rice in stockpiles within two months sparked concerns that it would hurt prices as well as Việt Nam’s rice exports. However, some people were optimistic that the impact would not be significant.
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Viettel is inviting interested investors to buy part of its Cambodian operation Metfone, according to newswire vneconomy.vn.
The Vietnam Association of Financial Investors (VAFI) yesterday proposed the Minister of Industry and Trade to sell all state-owned shares at Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Joint Stock Corporation (Sabeco) and Hanoi Beer, Alcohol and Beverage JSC (Habeco).
The file photo shows a production line at a plant of Saigon Beer who belongs to Sabeco
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Thailand’s plan to sell off its rice stockpile within two months has sparked concerns for Vietnamese rice exporters, many of whom have been already hitting bumps.
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Farmers in the Mekong delta regretted because they have no more fruits such as orange, tangerine, and grapefruit to sell while the price of these fruits hiked and they have become best selling.
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With the mercury soaring, Cambodians are consuming more bottled water. Consumers can choose from dozens of local and imported brands, but Eau Kulen claims to be the only “natural mineral water” produced in the Kingdom. The Post’s Ayanna Runcie spoke to Jacques Marcille, managing director of Kulara Water Company, about how its brand stands out from the crowd in a saturated market.
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Investor William Ackman, whose Pershing Square Capital Management owns 9 per cent of troubled Canadian drug maker Valeant Pharmaceuticals, said earlier this week that the company would not sell its “crown jewel” assets.
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Asia extended a global stock market sell-off on Wednesday (May 4) following sharp losses in New York and Europe as fresh fears over the global economy sparked a flight to safe investments.
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You may not be unfamiliar with hundreds of makeshift markets in operation across Ho Chi Minh City, where vendors make use of any available street space to sell a wide variety of produce.
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The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT) has set up a hotline to help fishermen in the coastal central provinces sell fish caught offshore.
Local authorities from central Quảng Bình province check newly caught fish before issuing certificates of safety, hygiene and origins.
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Casino Guichard-Perrachon SA agreed to sell Vietnam’s Big C grocery chain to Central Group at an enterprise value of 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion), extending an Asian divestment program aimed to reduce the French retailer’s debt.
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SINGAPORE/BANGKOK, April 29 - France's Casino Group has agreed to sell its Vietnam unit to Thai conglomerate Central Group for 1 billion euros ($1.14 billion) including debt, the retailer said on Friday confirming an earlier Reuters story.
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France's Casino Group has agreed to sell its Vietnam unit to Thai conglomerate Central Group for 1 billion euros ($1.14 billion) including debt, the retailer said on Friday confirming an earlier Reuters story.
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A sharp rebound in international rubber prices has put workers at plantations in Cambodian back to work, and has infused the sector with a rare sense of optimism.