Thai Vietjet has inaugurated its maiden flight from capital city of Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport) to Nakhon Si Thammarat, an administrative center of southern Thailand and one of the most ancient cities of the country.
The impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak are drastically altering the global economic landscape, disrupting mergers and acquisitions (M&A) environment and opening up new deal considerations for any party involved.
While the hypermarket segment is dominated by foreign players, key players in supermarket segment are locals.
As a leading corporation in food and beverage industry as well as a member of the Packaging Recycling Organzation Vietnam (PRO Vietnam), URC Vietnam always pioneers in the field of sustainable development.
Thailand’s Gulf Energy Development PCL has affirmed its $200 million investment to acquire 100% shares in two wind power plants in Vietnam, namely Ia Pech 1 and Ia Pech 2.
David Nardone, group executive - industrial and international, WHA Industrial Development Plc believes that the opportunities in Vietnam are substantial and attractive, especially after its effective response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A consortium led by KKR that includes Temasek has completed the acquisition of an investment in Vinhomes Joint Stock Company, the leading integrated real estate developer in Vietnam.
Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (Thaibev) has clarified these claims that it is seeking a buyer for its businesses in Vietnam are entirely without merit and confirmed that it has no intention of selling its part in Vietnam in any way.
Inspired by the heritage and noble spirit of the entrepreneur, Bach Thai Buoi, who was recognized as the ‘king of ships’ in Vietnam in the early 20th century, Lux Group founder Pham Ha rewrites the story of the country's cruise industry.
The national carrier is seeking $500 million government support as it is struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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