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May, 19 2012 09:29:17

Former Vinalines bosses held over law violations

HA NOI — The Ministry of Public Security yesterday arrested and prosecuted Duong Chi Dung, head of Viet Nam Maritime Administration, who is also the former chairman of Vinalines Container Shipping Company.

Dung was charged of intentionally violating State regulations on economic management that causes severe consequences.

Other executives also arrested were Mai Van Phuc, former Vinalines general manager, and Tran Huu Chieu, former deputy general manager of Vinalines.

Dung was not present at his residence or workplace at the time of the arrest. The investigation continues. — VNS

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