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Mr. Duong Chi Dung

Wrong Duong Chi Dung?

Ambassador To France

Viet Nam

Employment History

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Head
  • Chairman
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Vietnam National Shipping Lines
  • Chairman
    Vietnam National Shipping Lines
  • Head of Administration
    Vietnam Maritime
  • Administration Director
    Vietnam Maritime
  • Chairman
    National Shipping Lines
108 Total References
Web References
Closer links for Vietnamese ..., 18 June 2013 [cached]
Closer links for Vietnamese abroad PARIS (VNS)-- The Vietnamese Government has introduced policies to provide better conditions for overseas Vietnamese communities to get involved in the country's political and economic events, Duong Chi Dung, Vietnamese ambassador to France said at a ministerial meeting on national communities living abroad in Paris on Monday.
The Supreme People's Court will hear ..., 21 April 2014 [cached]
The Supreme People's Court will hear an appeal on the corruption case at the state-owned shipping giant Vinalines Tuesday and reconsider the death sentence issued to former Chairman Duong Chi Dung.
Tran Dinh Trien, Ngo Ngoc Thuy and Tran Dai Thang of the Hanoi Bar Association will defend for Duong Chi Dung.
Duong Chi Dung, former chairman of Vinalines, at trial last year
Last December, Dung and Phuc were sentenced to death for embezzling VND10 billion.
On January 7, Dung, who was arrested after fleeing the country, alleged that Pham Quy Ngo, deputy minister of public security, had tipped him off about his impending arrest in return for two payments totaling US$510,000.
Duong Tu Trong, the younger brother ..., 23 May 2014 [cached]
Duong Tu Trong, the younger brother of the former chairman of Vinalines, Duong Chi Dung, received an 16 year sentence for aiding the flee of his older brother.
The jury said that the crimes were extremely serious, as many of the offenders were policemen colluded with criminals to arrange for Duong Chi Dung to flee abroad.
When Duong Chi Dung failed to gain entry to the US and returned to Cambodia, Trong directed other offenders to provide Dung money.
Had Dung not been captured, it would have been impossible to retrieve the money he embezzled.
On May 7, the Hanoi's People's Court handed down death sentences to Duong Chi Dung, and former Vinalines CEO, Mai Van Phuc.
Dung and Phuc were accused of intentionally violating state regulations and embezzling state assets.
Duong Chi Dung (C), 56, ... [cached]
Duong Chi Dung (C), 56, former Head of Vietnam's national shipping company Vinalines, and his alleged complices listen during the opening of a three-day-long trial at Hanoi's People's Court on December 12, 2013. (photo: AFP / Vietnam News Agency)
Vietnam on Monday sentenced two former top executives at scandal-hit national shipping company Vinalines to death for embezzlement as authorities try to allay rising public anger over corruption.
State-owned Vinalines nearly collapsed under some $3 billion of debt, according to official media, in one of several high profile scandals at large state-run companies which are a pillar of the economy.
Former Vinalines chairman Duong Chi Dung, who fled the country but was later apprehended, and the group's chief executive Mai Van Phuc were given the death penalty Monday after a three-and-half day trial.
Dung, 56, fled after the scandal broke in May 2012 when Vinalines defaulted on loans worth more than $1.1 billion.
He was arrested in September last year in neighbouring Cambodia after three months on the run.
The death sentences relate to the chairman and CEO's role in the procurement of an old, broken Japanese floating dock which then racked up enormous repair and maintenance bills.
"Going on the run showed that he (Dung) wanted to escape from his responsibilities," the court president said, adding that he was the main driver of the embezzlement scheme which was estimated to involve more than $1.5 million.
I have been wrongly charged," Dung told the court.
He did however, accept some responsibility for the Vinalines debt scandal, and apologised to "the party, state, national assembly, government, people and Vinalines employees".
uring the fourth day, Duong Chi ..., 26 April 2014 [cached]
uring the fourth day, Duong Chi Dung, former chairman of the Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) and other eight defendants were interrogated over their roles in the case of embezzlement and intentionally violating state regulations on economic management that caused severe losses.Earlier, the trial is set to last for three days, from Tuesday to Thursday. uring the second day of the court on Wednesday,...
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