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1. Unilever Vietnam has built up a sterling reputation in Vietnam for its quality consumer goods, the high number of jobs it creates here, and by making a considerable contribution towards the country’s economic growth over the past two decades.

Unilever Vietnam takes great pride in the close and mutually beneficial relationship. It has established with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) over the past few years. Almost 2,000 local SMEs have been working with the company in its supply chain, from raw material suppliers to packaging material producers, to service providers. This expansive supply chain has culminated in over 15,000 jobs throughout the country.

Unilever Vietnam Chairman cheerfully dubbed Unilever Vietnam as “Vinalever”, noting that it was the name he most desired, as it expressed the strong beliefs and warm sentiments that the company had accumulated over the course of more than 20 years operating in Vietnam.

2. Hanel Vietnam is operating in various fields, including electronics, information technology, telecommunications, real estate, logistics, financial investment, labor export...

Daewoo Hanoi opened in 1996 and is one of the famous 5-star hotels in Hanoi, Vietnam. The owner of this hotel is Daewoo E & C Korea Co., Ltd. and Hanel Vietnam. In particular, the Korean group holds 70 percent of capital. In 2012, Hanel Vietnam bought Daewoo Hanoi with the investment of $100 Millions Dollars.

3. Lotte Hotel and Resort with the opening of Lotte Hanoi Hotel in 2014, the group aims to become a leading Asian hotel owner.

The $92 million Lotte Hanoi Hotel is located at the Lotte Centre Hanoi, right next to the Korean-before owned Daewoo hotel or Hanel Daewoo Hotel now.

Lee Jung Youl, general director of Lotte Hotels & Resorts Vietnam cum deputy chairman of Lotte Group said “I believe that it is high time for high-end hotel development in Vietnam, especially the five-star hotel segment, since Hanoi and Vietnam are integrated into the global market and are also attracting a strong flow of FDI, foreign tourists and businessmen, while Vietnam lacks high-end hotels.'

Lotte Group expects to see profits from the Hanoi Lotte Hotel within three years of operation.

Lotte is also keeping its eyes open for potential buy-outs in Vietnam. The group paid $62.5 million to acquire the five-star Legend Hotel Saigon from fund management company VinaCapital over a year ago.