Vietnam is a developing country. To meet the market demand, many factories, enterprises, small and medium sized companies have been established and have created millions of jobs for Vietnamese people.
According to data collected by VietnamCredit, Vietnam Electricity is currently the largest company in Vietnam by number of employees with more than 100,000 employees, followed by Samsung Electronics Vietnam Thai Nguyen, Oil and Gas Group, Viettel Mobile…
Vietnam Electricity was established with the mission of ensuring timely and sufficient supply of electricity with high quality and reliability according to the needs of the National Power System.
Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) is a national industrial corporation of Vietnam, whose main field is coal and minerals mining. The Group was established in 2005 by Vietnam Coal Corporation and Vietnam Minerals Corporation. Its office is located at 226, Le Duan street, Trung Phung ward, Dong Da district, Hanoi.
Vinacomin is a holding company with 20 affiliated units and 68 subsidiaries, including: 23 single member limited liability companies, 4 overseas companies, 34 joint stock companies and 7 business units. It also has 12 associates. With such a large scale, Vinacomin currently has 98,400 employees.
Perhaps there is no one living in the modern society without knowing Samsung. This is a leading electronics company in the world. It has built a reputation as well as trust among customers for a long time.
SamSung Electronics Vietnam Thai Nguyen creates jobs for more than 65,000 Vietnamese people.
The company specializes in electronic components, mobile phones, and electronic sales and distribution. It provides products such as: cell phones, electronic components, computers, and televisions. Besides, Samsung Electronics Vietnam Thai Nguyen also offers electronic components assembly services.
Vietnam Oil and Gas Group is one of the drivers of Vietnam’s economy, acts as the Government's macroeconomic regulation tool, and plays an important role in the state budget. It has a powerful workforce of nearly 60,000 highly qualified people.
The group has built a complete and synchronous oil and gas industry system, from oil and gas exploration and exploitation to the development of the gas - electricity - processing and oil and gas service industry, contributing significantly to ensuring national energy security. As a pioneer in international cooperation, integration and investment expansion abroad, the group has participated in oil and gas projects in 14 countries around the world.
Viettel Group Corporation (Viettel) is a Vietnamese telecommunications and technology company. Its most prominent products are mobile networks Viettel, and Viettel Telecom is currently holding the largest market share in the telecommunications service market in Vietnam.
Currently, Viettel has invested in 10 foreign markets in 3 continents: Asia, America, and Africa. In 2018, Viettel was considered as one of the fastest growing telecommunications companies in the world. In 2019, Viettel entered the list of the Top 15 largest telecommunications companies in the world in terms of subscriber numbers and became one of the telecommunications companies with the highest revenue in the world.
Viettel does business in a variety of fields including: supply of telecommunications, television, multimedia communications; trade, postal, delivery, etc.
Mobile World Investment Joint Stock Company (MWG) is Vietnam's No. 1 retailer in terms of revenue and profit, with a network of more than 2200 stores nationwide. MWG operates retail chains: thegioididong.com, Dien May Xanh, and Bach Hoa Xanh. In addition, MWG also expands to foreign markets with the mobile device retail chain named Bigphone in Cambodia.
Currently, MWG employs around 50,000 people.
Vietnam Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Agribank) is the largest commercial bank in Vietnam by total assets. According to a report by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in 2007, Agribank was the largest enterprise in Vietnam.
Agribank had a total staff of 40,000 as of 2009. The bank provides services such as personal accounts, business accounts, savings accounts, and credit cards and international payment.
Vingroup focuses on developing an ecosystem of 6 core areas: Real Estate (Vinhomes; Vincom Office); Retail (Vincom, VinMart, VinFashion VinDS, VinPro); Resort tourism - entertainment (Vinpearl and Vinpearl Land); Health care (Vinmec); Education (Vinschool) and Agriculture (VinEco).
The number of employees of Vingroup is nearly 26,000 employees.
Source: compiled by VietnamCredit