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Introduction
Company name: Vinata International Joint Venture Limited Company
2.Address: Khuat Duy Tien, Cau Giay District, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
3.Phone: +84 4 3553 3840
4.Fax: +84 4 3553 3788
5.Website:Click Here
6.Email: vinata@hn.vnn.vn

International Co., Ltd. joint venture VINACONEX - TAISEI (VINATA) was established under License No. 611/GP on 06/02/1993 and officially went into operation from May 8 / 1993. As a joint venture between General Corporation Import and Export of Vietnam's construction (VINACONEX) and TAISEI (leading construction conglomerate in Japan), specializing in construction VINATA the civil works, industrial plants, consultancy and site Decor for the embassies, representative offices of foreign companies in Vietnam.
                       
After more than 10 years of operation VINATA has affirmed its brand on the construction market in Vietnam, contributed significantly to the industrialization and modernization of the country. With a staff of good, skilled workers, advanced construction technology, VINATA has successfully implemented several major projects throughout the country, became reputed contractors in the field of construction and decoration the interior. Numerous plants with names such as TOYOTA, Vietnam Float Glass, Mitsubishi, TOTO ... in the Thang Long, Noi Bai (Hanoi), Nomura (Haiphong), and Amata Bien Hoa (Dong Nai), Tan Thuan (HCMC), the Belgian Embassy, British Embassy, U.S. Embassy, cultural room IMF International monetary Fund, Citibank, Mizuho Bank, Office of LG, Samsung .... in modern buildings in Hanoi and HCMC have proven that.

Legal capital: $ 3,180,000
Vietnam Partner contribution (29%): $ 922,200
Japanese partner contribution (71%): $ 2,257,800
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