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In search of the best businesses within Vietnam

Key Pages for Global Television:

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Best Business of the World
Best Producers for the Business of the World
Billionaires' Millionaires
Global series for Small Business School
Populations by country


Vietnam's Research Team


Vietnam's Top 20 Markets
Vietnam in Time Zone #6
Vietnam by population
   with corresponding maps

  A very preliminary list
    of Vietnam's businesses

•  Vietnam's Media


Time Zone #6     Vietnam

President Nguyen Minh Triet

Prime Minister Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung

Vu Van Ha, Online Newspaper

Head of Department, Department for English Pages, Online Newspaper
275-002 Doi Can Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Vietnam
T: +84.080.48161   E: vanphongbttvh@cpt.gov.vn

Mr Truong Quang Hoai Nam, Minister of Trade

Deputy Director General, Multilateral Trade Policy Department
Ministry of Trade,  31 Trang Tien Street, Hanoi  T:84(4)825.6776
Email: apec@mot.gov.vn    Cc: apecvn2006@yahoo.com


Michael W. Michalak
Ambassador to Vietnam

7 Lang Ha Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Vietnam

American Citizen Services
T: 84-4-772-1500
E: acshanoi@state.gov  

Jonathan M. Aloisi
Deputy Chief of Mission, Hanoi, Vietnam


Deputy Chief of Economic Section
econhanoi@state.gov

Pham Trong Thuc
US Embassy Press Assistant 
phamtt@state.gov

The U.S. Consulate General
Ho Chi Minh City
4 Le Duan, District 1
T:84-8.822.9433
http://www.uscongenhcmc.org

U.S. Education Information Center - IIE
Tung Shing Square, Room 505
2 Ngo Quyen
Hanoi, Vietnam

T: 84-4-935-0412
E: iievietnam@iievn.org

References
http://hanoi.usembassy.gov/econ1.html

Financial Times: Referring to President Nguyen Minh Triet, Amy Kazmin in the  June 15 2007 issue, said:  “He was one of the main breakers of the rules – one of the main breakers of the orthodox system,” says Thomas Vallely, director of the Vietnam program at the Kennedy School for Government. “My clear impression is that he was experimenting without permission.”  It was an experiment that evidently paid off. Today Binh Duong is one of the prime sites for foreign direct investment, generating a significant portion of Vietnam’s booming export industries.

U.S. Education Information Office
Consulate General of the USA
Saigon Center Building, 9th Floor
65 Le Loi
Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

T: 84-8-914-3896
E: education.advisor@hcm.iievn.org


Economic Sectors

Steel Manufacturing

Focus:  Faster, cheaper, strong infrastructure for construction

Reference:  The Camber TOT Project


BlueScope Steel Vietnam
Australia’s largest manufacturing
http://www.bluescopesteelasia.com

Trinh Anh Duc

President of BlueScope Steel Vietnam, Mr Andrew Heycott 
ZINCALUME® steel

BlueScope Lysaght (Vietnam) Ltd
Joe Brennan, President




BLUESCOPE STEEL VIETNAM LIMITED
6th Floor, BITEXCO Building
19-25 Nguyen Hue Street, District 1,
Ho Chi Minh , Vietnam 
T: +84 8 8210066
E: Anh.Tran@bluescopesteel.com
Mr. Tran Vu Tuan Anh

Ha Noi Office
6th Floor, TungShing Square
2 Ngo Quyen Street
Hoan Kiem District,
Ha Noi,  Vietnam 
T: +84 4 9350993
E: Kien.PhamVan@bluescopesteel.com
Mr. Pham Van Trung Kien

Reference: http://www.bluescopesteelasia.com

Dongkuk Steel Group
South Korea's
third biggest steel manufacturer

Our correspondence and work within Vietnam: Your ideas are welcomed.

An open letter to the leadership of Vietnam

Reference:  http://cpv.org.vn/cpv/Modules/News_English/aboutus.aspx

Mr. Vu Van Ha, Head of Department
Department for English Pages
Vietnam's Online Newspaper
275-002 Doi Can Street
Ba Dinh District Hanoi, Vietnam

Dear Mr. Vu Van Ha: 

My name is Bruce Camber and I am a television producer from the USA.  Since 1994 we have asked all the local business advocates within an area of the world but primarily the USA, “Who are the finest business people in this community?  Who are the people who create good jobs, they are ethical, generous, and true leaders? “ 

Within a designated television market of 3M to 4M, there are usually around 100,000 businesses.  It is impossible to know who are the very finest among them.  So we get recommendations from the chambers of commerce, the mayors, the business press, the business professors, and other local business advocates.  We have done over 300 episodes of this show that are broadcast on educational television (PBS-TV) and the Voice of America TV. 

The show has been sponsored by IBM, AT&T, and other very large businesses.

In 2007 we visited in Hanoi and HCMC to begin to meet television producers and business advocates who might do a similar show in Vietnam.  As a working title, we have called that show, The Best Businesses of Vietnam.

I read with great interest this online article in Vietnamnet Bridge referenced above.  You have identified the top 1000 businesses in Vietnam by their tax contribution.  

To qualify to be on our television show, we look at much more than the tax contribution.  We have always tried to find those people who have deep integrity and generous hearts within their community.  Our goal, "Let us be lifting up role models for each other and our children."

I have three questions I would hope you might answer for me:
1.     Are there any listings that sort the 300,000 names by industry? 
2.    Is that list publicly available? 
3.    Within each industry, is there a business association for each in Vietnam? 

We are working with people in every nation of 300,000 people or more to develop such a list of good businesses.  My guess is that out of the 300,000 in Vietnam that no less than 1% are truly exceptional business leaders.  That would be a list of 3000.  Now, that would be too large.  So, out of that list, we would work to find just 300 businesses that could be recognized for their dignity, good spirit, and genius.  Most of those 300 companies would make a very good episode of a show that explores their heart, energy, creativity, and deep motivations.   It makes for an excellent television show that would become an important part of the fabric of nation's identity.

With sixteen years of weekly productions, we now grasp how this business model can work within each country whereby the local people own that product.

Our work in Vietnam is in the public eye.  These Vietnam pages are still very rough; they’ll get better with the help of many local people with whom we are working.

Time Zone #6http://smallbusinessschool.org/page2046.html
Vietnam companies by URL:   http://smallbusinessschool.org/page2577.html
General reference page:   http://smallbusinessschool.org/page912.html

Thank you.

Warmly,

Bruce

PS.  We are also studying this list of businesses:   http://www.vnex.com.vn/CompanyList.aspx 
VietnamHanoi   Ho Chi Minh City (aka Saigon)
»  Est. Population - 86,200,000  Official Businesses - 300,000+ 
    Est. Start-ups: 3M  Goal: List 3000 of the best
» Head of GovernmentNguyễn Minh Triết
» Trade Office: Vietnam Export Portal  Businesses
» Chambers of Commerce:  AmCham Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
» Tourism:  Vietnam National Administration of Tourism
» Travel AgentsWestern Travel
» TelevisionVietnam Television  More...
» Producers in VietnamTBA such as CreaTV Fanatic
» Research Team: Tri Nguyen, Nguyen Thi Dai,
   Tran Thi My Hanh, Ms. Le Thi Luong...

Mr. Nguyen Van Giau
Governor for the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam in the Asian Development Bank
Governor, State Bank of Vietnam
47-49 Ly Thai To Str.
Hanoi, Socialist Republic of Viet Nam
Fax No. +844 825 0612 / 826 8765
Tel. No. +844 934 3364 / 825 5587

kythuat@cpv.org.vn

dangcongsan@cpv.org.vn

Hanoi Party Chief Pham Quang Nghi
UNESCO General Director Irina Bokova
UNESCO Vietnam chief Katherine Muller Marin
UNESCO certificate of world cultural heritage for Hanoi’s Thang Long Royal Citadel
Hanoi 1000 Chair Nguyen The Thao