Uong Bi Thermal Power Company: will complete the equitization process this year.

31/07/2007 00:00:00 - views: 1,557

EVN’s Equitization and joint stock Board said: at present, Ministry of Industry reviews and approves enterprise value definition document of Uong bi Thermal Power Company.

                             

The document is defined by the fundamental the assets that Uong Bi Thermal Power Company controls, and operates with more than VND 300 billion of the definite value. After Ministry of Industry approves the enterprise value definition, EVN will be fully- worked out plan to equitize and organize semi-equitization. To solve the surplus labour, Uong Bi Thermal Power Company has completed.

 

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