At the end of December, Binh Minh Garment placed more than 5.29m of its shares with a total value of VND52.9bn (US$2.3m) on Vietnam’s Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM).
The company was formerly known as Binh Minh garment factory established in 1975. At that time, the factory had a 2,500-m2 factory, about 200 machines and more than 300 workers. Its products were mainly exported to Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union markets.
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