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Vietnam stocks outperforming Asean peers

Planned stake sales of major government companies expected to give further boost to bourse
Wednesday, December 28, 2016 - 05:50



VIETNAM stocks are pricier than their South-east Asian peers for the first time in two years - and they are about to become more expensive.

"There is room to grow," said Dominic Scriven, Ho Chi Minh City-based chairman at Dragon Capital. "We are looking for 19 per cent net

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