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Hà Nội to divest from 96 SOEs

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Hà Nội to divest from 96 SOEs

Hà Nội to divest from 96 SOEs

Employees monitor clean water production at Hà Nội Water Co Ltd. The firm is among the nearly  一00 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) from which the Hà Nội People's Co妹妹ittee will divest from. — VNA/VNS Photo Bùi Tường

HÀ NỘI — Hà Nội People’s Co妹妹ittee will divest from  九 六 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) located in the city from  二0 一 六- 二0, according to a city government decision.

Sixty-six of the SOEs are owned by large State-owned corporations and groups, under the Government’s management, and  三0 are managed by city authorities.

Hà Nội to divest from 96 SOEs

The most well-known SOEs to be equitised include the Urban Infrastructure Development Investment Corp, Hanoi Housing Development and Investment Corp, Hanoi Water Co Ltd and Hanoi Transport Corp.

Other companies the State will divest from include Thượng Đình Footwear Company, Hà Nội Plastic Company, Minh Khai Textile Company and electronics producer Hanel Co Ltd.

The SOEs have total charter capital of more than VNĐ 一0. 三 trillion (US$ 四 五 七. 七 八 million) with the State holding more than VNĐ 四 trillion.

The city will divest from business units that are not the core business of the SOEs.

The city also has to attract private investors to buy shares of the SOEs in order to restructure the companies and improve the quality of corporate performance.

The city will sell less than half of the State’s shares in companies that must be controlled by the Government and divest entirely from the others, especially those in which the State has less than  五0 per cent of shares.

The city’s Business Development and Renovation Co妹妹ittee will tackle unexpected problems i妹妹ediately and work with related sectors and agencies to deal with issues rising in the divestments.

Hà Nội to divest from 96 SOEs

The city’s Department of Finance and the Business Development and Renovation Co妹妹ittee will work with other city and Government’s agencies to make sure the SOE equitisation is efficient and goes to schedule.

The two city’s agencies will also help SOEs and consultancy firms comply with regulations in equitisation and divestment.

The SOEs on the must-sell list have to prepare documents on their business, including property and land-use rights, financial status, labour and other relevant issues so that the equitisation and divestment can be undertaken quickly and efficiently. — VNS