Greenberg, Duncan
February 2009
Forbes Asia;2/16/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p61
The article focuses on the financial performance of Vietnam-based FPT Telecom. The Hanoi tech and mobile phone outfit became the country's most valuable listed company soon after going public in late 2006. It owed its success to contracts with Samsung and Nokia Corp., allowing them access to Vietnam's population of callers and texters. The stock has plummeted 82%, compared with a 75% drop in the Ho Chi Minh index, despite repeated gains in revenue and net income.


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