As Vietnam reforms, a few can benefit

A handful of leading private-sector companies in Vietnam are poised to expand as the government looks to limit the role of the state in many sectors.

As Vietnam reforms, a few can benefit

Vietnam’s bureaucrats and politicians are slowly shifting their way towards reducing the role of the state in the economy, by relaxing foreign ownership limits and reining in activities by state-owned enterprises.

This is creating opportunities for leaders in the private sector but only a handful of players are likely to realise initial benefits, as they gain the scale, expertise and vision to prosper from such an opening. Some of these businesses have already been active in both restructuring and...

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