Pham Thanh Binh, 58, the former chairman of Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry ... in stagnant business and production that forced the government to appoint a new management.” Nghiem added: "Therefore, the defendants should be seriously punished."
The court in the northern port city of Hai Phong sentenced Pham Thanh Binh, former chairman of state-owned Vietnam ... shipbuilders while serving as an example of the country's new success as it opened up to foreign trade and investment.
Pham Thanh Binh was sentenced after a four-day trial in the industrial port city of Haiphong, state media reported. He was convicted of ignoring regulations governing the management of state-owned enterprises and bringing the firm, known ...
On the weekend, the former chief executive of Vinashin, Pham Thanh Binh, was sentenced to 20 years in prison, convicted of ignoring regulations governing the management of state-owned companies and bringing Vinashin to the edge of bankruptcy.
Cao Huy Binh and his friends, on the other hand, are unfazed by the high prices as they enter the crowded restaurant. They order beer, grilled shrimp, fried cuttlefish and chicken hotpot after finding the only empty table near the window.