VinSmart will not only conduct researches in science and technology but also apply useful ones to life.
Vsmart plant will be built at VinFast auto manufacturing complex in the Hai Phong's Dinh Vu – Cat Hai economic zone.
Vinfast is on the right track, not only does it have the ability and great resources but also a team of world-class experts to apply modern science and technology, industrial revolution 4.0 into automobile production, according to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Vingroup’s after-tax profit increased by 70 per cent over the same period last year, according to its financial statement for the first quarter of 2018 just released.
The consolidated financial report for 2017 just released by Vingroup recorded total consolidated revenue of VND89,350 billion in 2017, equivalent to $3.92 billion, up 55.1 per cent compared to 2016.
In Vietnam, still many billionaires are hidden as their business activities are not transparent and listed on bourse, according to Doctor Nguyen Van Thuan from the HoChiMinh City Marketing and Financial University.
After a ten-day poll, the contest "Selection of your own cars – 2" initiated by Vinfast has found two most favorite electric and mini car designs out of 36 designs.
The changes in the way of thinking of Vietnam's leading private corporations should be appreciated, given the fact that Forbes has included Vietnam's four business people in the list of billionaires in the world.
Economic expert Pham Chi Lan is optimistic about the country's development as Vietnamese billionaires named in Forbes's list of the world's billionaires are investing in many important sectors.
This is the first time a Vietnamese company has been involved in the production of electric cars, marking a breakthrough for the development and integration of the Vietnamese automobile industry and contributing to the opportunity of owning a car to a handful of Vietnamese people.
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