Enterprise Rent-A-Car to enter Vietnamese market The US’s biggest car rental company, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, will officially offer its services in Viet Nam starting on November 29. The company’s website enterprise.vn is now opening for rental services, with vehicles of five to 29 seats. The prices range from VND800,000 (US$34.19) a day for a Suzuki Vitara to VND2.6 million per day for a Samco bus. Enterprise’s car rental services in Viet Nam (and Asia) are licensed to MP Executives – a subsidiary of MP Group – which has more than 23 years of experience in the logistics industry in Viet Nam. Viet Nam is the first country in Asia to use Enterprise’s car rental service. In addition to providing services in the US, Enterprise is available in 84 other countries. Vingroup opens three technology firms Vingroup’s goal in the next 10 years is to become a world-class technology-industry-service corporation in which technology plays a major role. — Photo vietnamfinance.vn Property developer Vingroup on Tuesday established four subsidiaries with total capital of VND390 billion (US$16.67 million), including three technology units and one tourism firm. VINCSS Internet Security Services Limited Liability Company has charter capital of VND20 billion, 100 per cent owned by… Read full this story
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