Corporate governance


OECD Review of the Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises in Viet Nam

The Government of Viet Nam has made progress in recent years to improve its frameworks for the ownership and corporate governance of its state-owned enterprises (SOEs). This review assesses the corporate governance framework of the Viet Nam state-owned sector relative to the OECD Guidelines on Corporate Governance of State-owned Enterprises (SOE Guidelines). It then puts forward recommendations to help the Vietnamese authorities address remaining challenges and further professionalise the state ownership function.

Published on October 15, 2022Also available in: Vietnamese

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List of acronyms and abbreviations
Executive summary
Economic and political context of Viet Nam
Overview of the Vietnamese state‑owned sector
Legal and regulatory framework
Ownership and corporate governance
Anti-corruption and integrity in SOEs
Recent and ongoing reforms
Rationales for state ownership
The State’s role as an owner
State‑owned enterprises in the marketplace
Equitable treatment of shareholders and other investors
Stakeholder relations and responsible business conduct
Disclosure and transparency
The responsibilities of the boards of state‑owned enterprises
Conclusions and recommendations
Annexes3 chapters available
Corporate form and size of subsidiary companies of major SOEs in the CMSC portfolio
Listed companies with State Capital Investment Corporation ownership of no less than 10%
Listed companies with a consolidated public sector ownership of no less than 10%
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