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August 1, 1994 | From Reuters
Vietnam has moved another step closer to launching its first stock exchange with visits by a delegation of Vietnamese officials to Wall Street. While in the United States, the delegation, composed of ministers with the State Finance and Monetary Council and a senior adviser to the prime minister, visited the New York and Pacific stock exchanges. Last week's visits, which included meetings with bankers and entrepreneurs, come just months after President Clinton lifted the U.S.
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July 21, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Communist Vietnam took its most symbolic step yet down the capitalist road, opening a stock market. The Ho Chi Minh City Securities Trading Center was the second dramatic boost for battered business confidence in a week, after a landmark trade accord with the United States on July 13. The launch began cautiously, with only the opening ceremony. First trades are not expected for about 10 days. Only four firms initially will be listed.
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July 21, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Communist Vietnam took its most symbolic step yet down the capitalist road, opening a stock market. The Ho Chi Minh City Securities Trading Center was the second dramatic boost for battered business confidence in a week, after a landmark trade accord with the United States on July 13. The launch began cautiously, with only the opening ceremony. First trades are not expected for about 10 days. Only four firms initially will be listed.
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August 1, 1994 | From Reuters
Vietnam has moved another step closer to launching its first stock exchange with visits by a delegation of Vietnamese officials to Wall Street. While in the United States, the delegation, composed of ministers with the State Finance and Monetary Council and a senior adviser to the prime minister, visited the New York and Pacific stock exchanges. Last week's visits, which included meetings with bankers and entrepreneurs, come just months after President Clinton lifted the U.S.
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