Vietnam’s best company: Vinamilk!

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VinamilkForbes Vietnam, the local edition of US magazine publisher Forbes launched in June 2013, has published a first-of-its-kind list of Vietnam’s Top 50 listed companies based on market value and operational results.

Included in the list are some of the biggest companies in the market as well as small- and medium-sized businesses. The 50 companies featured on the list have achieved growth in both revenue and profits for 3 consecutive years, with promising prospects for the coming years.

The companies belong to three major industries: consumer goods, natural resources, as well as products and services related to petroleum.

Vinamilk, the biggest dairy company and 15th-largest company in Vietnam,  tops the list for its positive business indexes, highly valued brand and positive growth prospects, Forbes said

Next on the list are 3 subsidiaries of PetroVietnam: PV Gas, PetroVietnam Fertiliser and Chemicals Corporation, and PetroVietnam Drilling Mud Corporation.

A number of small- and medium-sized companies ranked very high on the list because of their leading positions in earnings per share as well as return on capital. This was due to the increasing global prices of commodities such as rubber and sugarcane.

Data used for evaluation was based on audited financial reports for 3 consecutive years, with the last financial year ending on December 31, 2012. As of August 15, total market capitalisation of these 50 companies had reached $33.32 billion, accounting for 74 per cent of total market capitalisation of both the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange and Hanoi Stock Exchange.

Total revenue of the 50 companies hit $19.55 billion in 2012, accounting for 43 per cent of total revenues of all companies listed on the two stock exchanges.

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Forbes Vietnam, the local edition of US magazine publisher Forbes launched in June 2013, has published a first-of-its-kind list of Vietnam’s Top 50 listed companies based on market value and operational results.

Reading Time: 2 minutes

VinamilkForbes Vietnam, the local edition of US magazine publisher Forbes launched in June 2013, has published a first-of-its-kind list of Vietnam’s Top 50 listed companies based on market value and operational results.

Included in the list are some of the biggest companies in the market as well as small- and medium-sized businesses. The 50 companies featured on the list have achieved growth in both revenue and profits for 3 consecutive years, with promising prospects for the coming years.

The companies belong to three major industries: consumer goods, natural resources, as well as products and services related to petroleum.

Vinamilk, the biggest dairy company and 15th-largest company in Vietnam,  tops the list for its positive business indexes, highly valued brand and positive growth prospects, Forbes said

Next on the list are 3 subsidiaries of PetroVietnam: PV Gas, PetroVietnam Fertiliser and Chemicals Corporation, and PetroVietnam Drilling Mud Corporation.

A number of small- and medium-sized companies ranked very high on the list because of their leading positions in earnings per share as well as return on capital. This was due to the increasing global prices of commodities such as rubber and sugarcane.

Data used for evaluation was based on audited financial reports for 3 consecutive years, with the last financial year ending on December 31, 2012. As of August 15, total market capitalisation of these 50 companies had reached $33.32 billion, accounting for 74 per cent of total market capitalisation of both the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange and Hanoi Stock Exchange.

Total revenue of the 50 companies hit $19.55 billion in 2012, accounting for 43 per cent of total revenues of all companies listed on the two stock exchanges.

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