Viet Nam News
HCM CITY — Bamboo Capital JSC has said it will focus on three main business lines in 2018-20, infrastructure, property and renewable energy.
Speaking at the annual general meeting in HCM City on June 18, Phạm Minh Tuấn, the company’s deputy general director, said infrastructure and property projects are expected to bring dramatic profits in the medium term.
It has widened provincial roads 830 and 824 in Long An Province and operates them in a joint venture with Băng Dương, he said.
In the second half of this year it would deploy some large property projects such as the US$66 million Malibu resort in Quảng Nam Province, the $198.2 million Dragon Bridge in Đà Nẵng (a mixed-use project comprising retail, hotel, office, and luxury apartment spaces) and the $97.8 million Thảo Điền apartment in HCM City, he said.
Also in the second half the company would start building solar energy plants in Long An and develop new projects such as a 150MW wind power plant in Sóc Trăng and a solar power plant in Quảng Nam, he said.
It has tied up with foreign partners and hopes to become a pioneer in the solar field in Việt Nam, he said.
In 2018 production and export of products such as outdoor wooden furniture, cassava starch and coffee have greatly contributed to turnover and profit, he said.
Bamboo targets turnover of VNĐ1.98 trillion (US$86.8 million) this year, almost the same as last year.
Tuấn explained that last year Phú Thuận Trading and Services Company contributed VNĐ640 billion ($28.07 million) to the top line, but this year Bamboo had divested its capital at the company as part of its restructure plan. — VNS