(CPV) - Siemens AG President and CEO Joe Kaeser paid his first visit to Vietnam last week in order to strengthen and promote the successful cooperation and relationship between this world-leading technology company with one of the most dynamic economies in the world. During his visit, Mr. Kaeser had the honour to meet the Vietnamese Prime Minister Mr Nguyen Tan Dung, who expressed his appreciation for Siemens’ contributions to the development of Vietnam’s economy and requested Siemens further support in improving Vietnam’s energy infrastructure, mobility and healthcare, as well as in vocational education and training. In response, Mr. Kaeser expressed Siemens’ gratitude for the Vietnamese government support during the past two decades and emphasized the company’s commitment to stay and expand its presence in Vietnam. Both sides have agreed that there are many opportunities for further cooperation in the future, especially in those areas where Vietnam is … [Read more...] about Siemens AG President and CEO visits Vietnam
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(VEN) - Siemens Vietnam appointed Dr. Pham Thai Lai as its new President and CEO from July 1, 2012 in replacement of Mr Erdal Elver. Vietnam has become one of the fastest growing economies in the world with significantly improved infrastructure, particularly in the areas of energy and health, and people's increased livelihoods. Siemens would continue developing and getting together with Vietnam to overcome challenges on its way to become an industrial country by 2020, said Pham Thai Lai./. Lan Ngoc … [Read more...] about Vietnamese becomes Siemens Vietnam president and CEO
CPV: Jeffrey R. Immelt, Chairman and CEO of General Electric (GE) is going to make his second visit to Vietnam. While in Hanoi, he will visit the leading technical university of Vietnam, Hanoi University of Technology and speak to the students on October 2nd. Following his first visit to Vietnam in September 2007, this visit will reaffirm GE's continuous commitment to support Vietnam and interest in developing the nation's human resource. During his one-hour dialogue with students, Mr. Jeffrey Immelt will share his experience and valuable learning that he has earned throughout his career path. This dialogue will not be about his career achievements, but his passion, vision and the powerful optimism that have driven him to contribute to the transformation of GE into one of the most prominent global companies in the 21st century. "Young people with professional skills and deep knowledge are the most valuable resource of a nation, in general and a company, in particular. GE is committed … [Read more...] about GE’s Chairman and CEO to visit Vietnam for 2nd time
The question remains unanswered. In Vietnam, the income of a person not only comes from official sources or salaries, but from other sources as well. The information that Doan Nguyen Duc, President of Hoang Anh Gia Lai, one of the 10 Vietnamese richest stock millionaires, received 3 billion dong in 2011 for the post of president of the group has become a hot topic for discussions. The incomes companies’ CEO and presidents receive turn out to be more huge than people could imagine. Deputy General Director of Hoang Anh Gia Lai Group Vo Truong Son has revealed that the labor contract Hoang Anh Gia Lai signed with Duc, stipulates that Duc receives the monthly pay of 240 million dong a month, which means that the total annual pay to the “big guy” reaches 2.88 billion dong. Duc said that he is satisfied with the sum of money, but he “does not care much about the source of income.” Managers of many other big enterprises also receive similar huge … [Read more...] about How much Vietnamese bosses and CEO’s earn?
The Walt Disney Co. announced on Friday that it has agreed to add a chairman title for Chief Executive Officer Rober Iger and will extend his contract until the end of June 2016. Iger, 60, will remain as president and CEO until March 2012, when current chairman John Pepper Jr. retires from the board, and will then hold the dual titles of chairman and CEO through the end of March 2015, when a new CEO will be chosen, according to the company. The company said this process was initiated to "secure the benefit of Iger's leadership through 2016, provide for an effective, seamless succession and management transition" once Pepper retires. "I'm committed to increasing long-term value for shareholders," Iger said, adding that one of the company's priorities will be to create growth "in numerous and exciting international markets." Iger has served as Disney's president and CEO since Sept. 30, 2005. VietNamNet/Xinhuanet … [Read more...] about Disney extends CEO’s contract through 2016