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3 Vietnamese Women Make Forbes 'Asia's Power Businesswomen' List

Forbes recently released their 2014 list of the most powerful Asian businesswomen which included 3 Vietnamese – the CEOs of Vinamilk and REE, along with the chairwoman of SeABank.

According to a statement from Forbes, this list, “honors a cast of 48 women from industries that range from tool making to venture capitalism, from construction to lingerie.”

The Vietnamese on the list were, Mai Kieu Lien, CEO of Vinamilk, the country’s largest dairy producer at #23, Nguyen Thi Mai Thanh, CEO of the Refrigeration Electrical Engineering (REE), and Nguyen Thi Nga, chairwoman of SeABank, at #28 and #29, respectively.

The criteria for the rankings include: company revenue, position in the company and how involved she is in day-to-day operations.

We hope to see even more Vietnamese on this list next year!



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