Big Boss Duc

Nguyen, Lan Anh
November 2009
Forbes Asia;11/30/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 18, p31
The article offers information about Doan Nguyen Duc, the 47-year old entrepreneur, who rose quickly from being a carpenter to the richest man of Vietnam. It is stated that initially he earned a lot from the timber trade and later on opened his company named after her daughter, Hoang Anh Gia Lai Group, which has passed 1 billion dollars in market capitalization by the end of 2009.


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