Vinalines has been restructuring its business since 2012
The dock is linked to one of the country’s most high-profile corruption cases in recent years
Crooked shipping executives spent $22 million to buy it, and it will now be auctioned with a reserve price of ...
The controversial purchase made by a group of corrupt executives in 2008 continues to haunt the country
It plans to sell 65 percent of shares in an IPO by the end of the first quarter
The government has picked a new investor for the project that has not been touched for six years
The shipping giant is also looking at an IPO and more divestment plans to rescue itself
The state-owned company plans to sell its stakes in the southern Vietnam ports, citing financial problems
Investigators found that Vinashinlines bought many used ships from 2006-2008 and inflated the value to pocket huge money.
The port also planned to sell a further 16.51 percent stake to strategic investors and 2.98 percent to employees...
Shipping giant hopes to sell 3.62 percent its creditors
Vinalines, the port owner, has been drowned in financial difficulties and is trying to restructure its debt
The Hanoi People’s Court this month required troubled shipping giant Vinalines to pay a South Korean partner some US$3 million...
Vietnam's merger and acquisition (M&A) deals hit a record $4 billion last year
Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) warned its affiliates to remain vigilant against rising piracy in Southeast Asia.