On-demand multi-service platform GoViet has achieved 100 million rides over the course of one year, helping connect millions of local residents to 125 thousand driver-partners and 70,000 food merchants over all.
KiotViet, a store management software developed by local startup Citigo, has secured $6 million in series A financing from Singapore-based venture capital firm Jungle Ventures and Jakarta-headquartered airline and hotel booking services provider Traveloka.
Low-cost carrier Vietjet has made it to the list of Forbes’ 50 Best Listed Companies in Vietnam for the third time since its official listing on the southern bourse in February 2017.
The technology holding company of VinaCapital has announced that it has made an investment in logistics software startup An Vui, targeting at making Vietnam’s ground passenger transport system more efficient.
The London-based bank forecasts Vietnam to remain the fastest-growing ASEAN economy in the near term, with 2019 growth being projected at 6.9 per cent.
Vietnam’s largest listed enterprise in terms of market capitalisation is seeking for its shareholders’ approval on the issuance of $750 million worth of bonds to global investors in 2019.
Significant land bank and strong financial foundation are expected to help Novaland deliver sustainable growth.
Imex Pan Pacific Group (IPPG) will set up a tax-free zone, home to factory outlets, duty-free department stores, restaurants and entertainment facilities, in Phu Quoc Island, to help round up a tourist ecosystem for visitors there.
Property developer Aseana Properties Limited is putting its stakes at the City International Hospital (CIH) in Ho Chi Minh City up for sale, as the hospital has continuously made losses since it commenced business in 2014.
Starting off as Nhat Nguyen Transport Trading Service Co., Ltd. in 1993, Hoa Lam has now emerged as a multi-business entity operating in banking, real estate and healthcare services.
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