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Major losses at state-owned firms urge withdraw of state capital

Major losses at state-owned firms urge withdraw of state capital

Vietnam National Chemical Group Chairman Nguyen Phu Cuong confirmed last week that the firm was making big losses in a meeting with the State Audit of Vietnam.

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Major losses at state-owned firms urge withdraw of state capital

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