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Ngoc Nguyen is the Vietnamese correspondent for DEAL STREET ASIA. She has four years of experience in the journalism industry before heading for DEAL STREET ASIA, tracking movements of the Vietnamese stock market.
A graduate of the Foreign Trade University with economics knowledge and the love for writing, she joined the monthly magazine Vietnam Financial Review and then Vietnam's only English language daily newspapers, Viet Nam News. She has also worked as a freelancer for the thoibaotaichinhvietnam.vn, translating global financial news into Vietnamese.

Asia PE-VC Summit 2018: With capital in abundance, funds are after great ideas in SEA

The number of startups is getting more every year, because there are more problems to solve, Damian Tan, managing director of Vickers Venture Partners, said


Mekong Capital exits Minh Hoang Garment, scores third fund liquidation

The general partner said it was one of the first private equity funds in Asia to have fully divested three funds.


S Korea’s SK Group invests $470m in Vietnam-listed Masan Group

Following the deal, SK will own 9.5 per cent in Masan, making it the largest shareholder in the Vietnamese entity.


Vietnamese logistics startup EcoTruck secures $1.7m pre-Series A funding

Backers include Access Ventures, Nextrans, FuturePlay from Korea, and Viet Capital Ventures.


Personal mobility startup WHILL snags $45m funding for market expansion

SBI Investment, Daiwa PI Partners, Daiwa Corporate Investment and WHIZ Partners, as well as New York-based Endeavor Catalyst led the investment.


Fintech firm JUMO raises $52m in Goldman-led round for Asia expansion

Other investors include French development agency Proparco, Finnish development finance body Finnfund, Vostok Emerging Finance, Gemcorp Capital and LeapFrog Investments.


Vietnam: Masan Resources closes unit buyout; PAN issues $49.35m bonds

PAN’s shareholders include the International Finance Corporation, TAEL Partners and Singapore’s GIC, among others.


Vietnam: High cost of Sabeco shares makes its Dec 18 sale unpredictable

The success of this divestment appears to be unpredictable because the price is 73 per cent higher than that suggested by advisors for the deal – besides, it has has raised questions as to who would buy such a huge amount of shares.


Singapore-based $1-t fund manager keen on Sabeco shares, says Vietnam trade ministry

The state currently holds nearly 90 per cent in Sabeco.


Vietnam’s IPO Digest: Vinaconex sets preference price; Becamex misses target

The country might not be able to reach its target of privatising 44 state companies this year.