Vietnam's Vingroup to raise US$500mil in first international bonds sale

  • Vietnam
  • Sunday, 04 Apr 2021

HANOI, April 4 (Reuters): Vingroup, Vietnam's biggest listed company, is seeking to raise US$500 million through its inaugural issue of international bonds this year to pay loans and pump up the capital of its subsidiaries, the company said.

The international fundraising plan has just been approved by Vingroup's shareholders, according to a company statement seen on Friday.

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