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Vietnam slow to sell off state-owned companies

Observers say government wants to retain veto power

The Vietnamese government plans to sell a mere 3.3% stake in Vinamilk, a state-owned company, in October. (Photo by Yumi Kotani)

HANOI -- The Vietnamese government's plans to fully divest itself of 12 state-owned enterprises have progressed at a snail's pace since being announced last September, raising speculation that in reality Hanoi wants to keep its ownership level high enough to still wield veto power.

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