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February, 22 2012 10:14:27

Viettel sets revenue targets

HA NOI — The Viettel Group on Monday set a target revenue of VND140 trillion (US$6.6 billion) for this year, with a profit of over VND22 trillion ($104 million).

Viettel also plans to get two more permits at foreign markets as well as inaugurate services in Mozambique and Peru, reaching a turn-over of $650-700 million, up 45 per cent from 2011.

Despite a tough last year, Viettel still earned VND117 trillion ($5.57million) in revenue, a year-on-year increase of 28 per cent.-VNS

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