An Giang Coffee (HST:AGC) is a coffee company in Vietnam. An Giang primarily manufactures and trades coffee; it has other manufacturing activities and it operates a logistics network. It produces about 60,000 tons of coffee per year, which is about 10% of Vietnam's total coffee production. An Giang exports coffee to over 20 countries, including Japan, Switzerland and Belgium; and it manages its own brand name of coffee, "An Giang Coffee".
Appota Corporation is a mobile app service provider in Vietnam with three business services: game publishing, advertisement, and payment. The company's inventory system has 55 million users and 5 Million MAU.
Bamboo Airways, is a startup airline by a Vietnamese construction company, FLC Group. The airline will be established with a charter capital of US$30.8 million. The airline is to be based at Quy Nhon’s Phu Cat Airport. Bamboo Airways will commence operations in late 2018 or early 2019. Bamboo Airways will serve destinations where FLC Group has heavily invested in tourism infrastructure, as well as other secondary domestic routes.
Bao Vietis the largest Vietnamese insurance company and Vietnam's seventh largest listed company by market capitalisation. It is state-owned and has a strategic partnership with HSBC, which also holds 18% of Bao Viet's shares. HSBC is, however, soon to be replaced by Sumitomo Life. Besides various insurance products, Bao Viet has diversified into stock market trading, fond management and real estate. It also has subsidiaries in banking, hotels and construction. Bao Viet has been losing market shares in recent years and has also been making losses in the insurance sector since 2009.
Bidiphar is a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Quy Nhon, Vietnam. Apart from pharmaceutical products, it also produces medical equipment. As of 2003, Bidiphar accounted for one third of Vietnam’s exports in pharmaceuticals.
Binh Minh Plastic Joint Stock Company
Binh Minh Plastic Joint Stock Company is a Vietnamese plastics company. It is listed in the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange since 2006.
The Southern Rubber Industry Joint Stock Company, or Casumina, is a tire manufacturer in Vietnam. It has factories in the south of Vietnam producing tyres and inner tubes for bicycles, motorcycles, cars, light truck, trucks, forklifts, and tractors.
Cốc Cốc browser
Cốc Cốc browser is a freeware web browser focused on the Vietnamese market, developed by Vietnamese company Cốc Cốc and based on Chromium open source code, which is the same platform used by Google Chrome, Opera, and Comodo Dragon. Cốc Cốc is available for the Windows, Windows Phone and macOS operating systems and supports both English and Vietnamese. Cốc Cốc also has a search engine called Cốc Cốc Search Engine which is powered by Google.
DRC (HSX:DRC) is a tire manufacturer and rubber-processing company in Danang, Vietnam. It manufactures, markets, and distributes tires and other rubber-derived products for industrial and automotive use. The company also merchandises machinery and supplies for rubber processing activities, as well performing installations for this equipment.
FPT Software is a global software outsourcing and technology company based in Vietnam. It is part of FPT Corporation, a multinational information technology company of Vietnam.
Habeco is a beverage company headquartered in Hanoi, Vietnam. It is the third largest beer company in Vietnam and owner of the brands Hanoi Beer and Truc Bach Beer. It is under the ownership and authority of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnam and has a strategic partnership with Carlsberg Group, which owns more than 10% of the company's shares as of November 2012. Habeco produced 422.4 million liters of beer and sold 413.5 million liters in 2011, an increase of 4% and 2.3% from 2010.
Hai Ha Confectionery JSC
Hai Ha Confectionery JSC is one of the top five confectionery companies of Vietnam.
Hanoi Beer is a beer brand produced in Hanoi, Vietnam. It is a brand of Habeco, a state company that is partially owned by Carlsberg.
Highlands Coffee is a Vietnamese coffee shop chain and producer and distributor of coffee products, established in Hanoi by Vietnamese American David Thai in 1998. The founding of the Highlands Coffee company marked the first time an Overseas Vietnamese was able to register a private company within Vietnam. As of 2009, the company operated 80 coffee shops in six cities and provinces across Vietnam. In 2011, Highlands Coffee purchased the pho chain Phở 24 from Lý Quí Trung for an estimated 20 million USD. The next year, Highlands sold 50% of its shares to the Philippine multinational chain Jollibee for 25 million USD.
Hoa Cam Concrete JSC
Hoa Cam Concrete JSC is a construction materials company in Vietnam, specializing in the manufacture and distribution of concrete, cement, sand and stone. It has participated in major construction projects including hydropower plants, electriciy transmission networks and office buildings. Hoa Cam is located in Da Nang and its main markets are Da Nang Province, Quảng Nam Province and Dung Quat Economic Zone of the South Central Coast region. It is listed on the Hanoi Securities Trading Center.
Huda Beer is a lager beer produced and bottled in Huế, Vietnam, by Hue Brewery Ltd. The lager won a silver medal at the World Beer Championships in 2013.
Jetstar Pacific Airlines Joint Stock Aviation Company is a low-cost airline headquartered in Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. With its hub at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City, operates scheduled domestic and international services along with charter flights.
Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam
Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of VietnamJoint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam, Ngân hàng Ngoại thương Việt Nam, commonly referred to as Vietcombank, is a commercial bank in Vietnam.
The Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam
The Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam is a large state-owned bank in Vietnam. It is the country's number one bank in net income and the second biggest bank by assets as of 2012, behind Agribank. According to the United Nations Development Programme report on the 100 largest enterprises in Vietnam, BIDV came in at the 4th position after Agribank, VNPT, and EVN.
Khaisilk is the brand name of many fashion shops, coffee shops, restaurants, and resorts in Vietnam. Khaisilk's members mainly operate in Hà Nội, Hội An, Đà Lạt and Hồ Chí Minh City (Saigon).
Vietnam Mobile Telecom Services One Member Limited Liability Company
Vietnam Mobile Telecom Services One Member Limited Liability Company is a major Vietnamese mobile network operator headquartered in Trung Hoa Nhan Chinh, Hanoi. Founded on 16 April 1993, as a GSM launcher, MobiFone is the first and currently third largest telecommunications provider in Vietnam.
PEB Steel Buildings
PEB Steel Buildings is a major Vietnamese-based steel manufacturing and construction company that specializes in the Design, Fabrication and Erection of Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings.
Petrolimex, or Vietnam National Petroleum Group, is an industry group in Vietnam. Besides working in petroleum and natural gas, the company has significant subsidiaries active in the fields of insurance, transport and trading.
PetroVietnam is the trading name of Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN). PetroVietnam has developed rapidly since it was established in 1977, and its activities, through its various companies and wholly owned subsidiaries, now cover all the operations from oil and gas exploration and production to storage, processing, transportation, distribution and services. Wholly owned by the Vietnamese central government, it is responsible for all oil and gas resources in the country and has become its country's largest oil producer and second-largest power producer.
S-Fone is a mobile communication operator in Vietnam that uses the CDMA technology. Founded on 1 July 2003 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, S-fone became the third network of Vietnam, breaking the duopoly of the two VNPT operators. It is the trademark of S-Telecom. SK Telecom decided to leave the partnership in 2010. SPT has since then found it difficult to find a new partner, after a co-operation with Saigon Tel failed.
The Saovang Joint-stock Rubber Company (SRC)
The Saovang Joint-stock Rubber Company (SRC), formerly the Saovang Rubber Company which was established in 1960, is specialized in producing tires and tubes for jet airplanes, automobiles, special-purpose vehicles, motorbikes, bicycles and technical rubber products.
Savimex Corp (SAV:VN)
Savimex Corp (SAV:VN) is a wooden furniture manufacturer and home construction company based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The company processes timber, makes furniture, manages brand names and exports furniture to Japan, the EU and the United States. It buys, imports and works woods such as eucalyptus, rubber, oak and beech. Its furniture products include tables, chairs, shelving units, beds, dining room sets, bedroom sets and more.
Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (SBIC)
Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (SBIC) is a state-owned shipbuilding holding group in Vietnam, which offers a wide variety of new building choice from merchant vessel to platform supply vessel to other custom made-to-order ships. It was established based on restructured Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group.
Sơn Tinh is a Vietnamese brand of Rượu, a Vietnamese variety of rice liquor. The brand was officially established in 2002 although a variety of its products were already produced in 1997 though without official branding.
Trường Hải Automobile Company (THACO)
Trường Hải Automobile Company (THACO) is one of the leading car manufacturers in Vietnam. THACO is a member of Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA). The company was founded in 1997 and is now taking 32% of Vietnam's automobile market.
Thúy Nga Inc.
Thúy Nga Inc. is a Vietnamese-oriented entertainment company that produces Paris By Night, as well as music CDs, musical specials, movies and films, magazines, audiobooks, posters, and calendars. It is variously referred to as Thúy Nga Incorporated, Thúy Nga Paris, and Trung Tâm Thúy Nga.
TMA Solutions is a privately owned software outsourcing company of Vietnam, with headquarters in Ho Chi Minh city Vietnam and other offices in Canada, United States, Ireland, Australia. TMA Solutions is one of the largest offshore software providers in Vietnam
TOSY is a Vietnamese robots manufacturer which is based in Hanoi, Vietnam. The company specializes in designing and manufacturing robots and smart toys. Its current commercial products are DiscoRobo, TOOP and AFO.
Trung Nguyên is a Vietnamese business group involved in the production, processing and distribution of coffee. Trung Nguyên is the largest and domestic coffee brand within Vietnam, and exports its products to more than 60 countries, including major markets such as G7 countries, United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Germany, China, Canada, Russia, Japan, Dubai and ASEAN including Singapore.
Vietinbank is a state-owned Vietnamese bank. It has strategic partnerships with the International Finance Corporation and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group. It has a market capitalisation of VND 53.22 trillion as of late 2012, making it one of Vietnam's largest listed companies. According to the VNR500 ranking, Vietinbank is Vietnam's 13th largest company.
VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Company, trading as VietJet Air or Vietjet, is an international low-cost airline from Vietnam. It was the first privately owned new-age airline to be established in Vietnam, being granted its initial approval to operate by the Vietnamese Minister of Finance in November 2007. As of its launch in December 2011, it became the second private airline to offer domestic service in Vietnam, as well as the fifth airline overall to offer civil domestic flights. VietJet Air is owned by Sovico Holdings, HDBank, other organisational investors and individual stakeholders.
Vietnam Airlines is the flag carrier of Vietnam. Founded in 1956 under the name Vietnam Civil Aviation, the airline was established as a state-owned enterprise in April 1989. Vietnam Airlines is headquartered in Long Biên District, Hanoi, with hubs at Noi Bai International Airport and Tan Son Nhat International Airport. The airline flies to 64 destinations in 17 countries, excluding codeshared services.
The Vietnam Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development or Agribank is the largest commercial bank in Vietnam by total assets. It is a state-owned corporation under a special status. According to a report by the United Nations Development Programme, Agribank is also the largest corporation in Vietnam.
Vietnam Railways is the state-owned operator of the railway system in Vietnam. The principal route is the 1,600 km (990 mi) single track North-South Railway line, running between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. This was built at the metre gauge in the 1880s during the French colonial rule. There are also standard gauge lines running from Hanoi to the People’s Republic of China, eventually leading to Beijing, and some mixed gauge in and around Hanoi.
Viettel Group is Vietnam's largest mobile network operator. It is a state-owned enterprise wholly owned and operated by the Ministry of Defence.
Viglacera Corporation is a construction materials company of Vietnam, manufacturing and selling ceramic floor tiles, stone floor tiles, wall tiles, cotto tiles, bricks, float glass, and plumbing fixtures such as sinks and toilets. The company is headquartered in the Từ Liêm District of Ha Noi and it is listed on the Hanoi Securities Trading Center.
Vinacafe is a Vietnamese company involved in the production, processing and distribution of coffee and instant cereal mix. It is an affiliate of the Vietnam National Coffee Corporation, a Hanoi-based, state-owned corporation under the Ministry of Agriculture and the Food Industry, which deals in the production, processing, export, and import of coffee. Established in 1969 at the Coronel Coffee Plant in Biên Hòa, Đồng Nai Province, Republic of Vietnam by French engineer Marcel Coronel, the company was confiscated by the state when Coronel and his family fled Vietnam at the close of the Vietnam War. The plant successfully processed its first batches of instant coffee in 1977. The Vinacafé brand was established in 1983, and the company became a joint stock company in December 2004. Its coffee products have been awarded the title of "Highest Quality Vietnamese Product" since 1995. The company's director is Mr.Phạm Quang Vũ.
Vinamilk is the largest dairy company in Vietnam. Based on the UNDP 2007 Top 200 largest firms in Vietnam report, it is also the 15th largest company in Vietnam. In 2010, it is the first company in Vietnam to be included in the Forbes Asia's 200 Best Under A Billion list that highlights 200 top-performing small- and mid-sized companies with annual revenue under US$1 billion.
Vinaphone is a Vietnamese major mobile network operator headquartered in Hanoi, Vietnam. Founded on 26 June 1996, as a GSM launcher, Vinaphone is the second network and currently the second largest provider in Vietnam. VinaPhone was the first network operator to launch 3G services nationwide.
The Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex)
The Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex) is a large Vietnamese textile company, and one of Vietnam's largest companies overall. The company's 'productive sector' consists of over 50 joint stock companies, and 40 joint venture companies, principally involved in manufacture; other listed company sectors include fashion magazines, fashion design institutes and textile-industry vocational schools, universities, real estate, supper market. Vinatex operates several import-export companies. Company central offices are located in Ha Noi.
Vinaxuki or Xuan Kien Auto JSC
Vinaxuki or Xuan Kien Auto JSC is a Vietnamese automaker headquartered in Hanoi, Vietnam. Established in 2004, the company manufactures and assembles cars and mini trucks under its own brand name as well as other Chinese brands. Since it was established, Vinaxuki has launched 38 truck models, two semi-truck models, two touring car models and two coach models.
VNG Corporation (VNG)
VNG Corporation (VNG) is a Vietnamese technology company, founded in 2004, specializing in digital content and online entertainment, social networking, and e-commerce.
Made in Vietnam. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Vietnam” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC