VIETNAM: TNG sees 9-month revenues jump 98.4%
By Ngo Tuan | 26 October 2011
One of Vietnam's leading garment manufacturers, TNG Investment and Trading JSC (TNG), has seen its revenues jump by 98.4% in the first three-quarters of this year, to VND915.38bn (US$45m).
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