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Ambassador To France

Viet Nam
 
Background

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Vinalines
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Vinalines
  • Head
    Vinalines
  • Chairman
    Vietnam National Shipping Lines
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Vietnam National Shipping Lines
  • Head of Administration
    Vietnam Maritime
  • Director of the Administration
    Vietnam Maritime
  • Chairman
    Vietnam Maritime
80 Total References
Web References
Closer links for Vietnamese ...
www.vietnamnews.net, 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.
Vinaline shipping firm chief Duong ...
www.scmp.com, 9 Jan 2014 [cached]
Vinaline shipping firm chief Duong Tri Dung 'paid bribes to top officials'
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Vinalines chairman Duong Tri Dung, who briefly fled Vietnam as scandal engulfed his debt-ridden firm in May 2012, gave a "shocking" account of paying large sums to a senior Communist Party figure to try to avoid prosecution, said the state-run Tuoi Tre news website.
Dung's claims at the trial of his brother, a former policeman, were widely reported in state media along with officials' denials.
They come amid a series of prosecutions aimed at cooling public anger over graft and fears over the economic impact of corruption at state firms.
Dung, who is under sentence of death, made the claims in a Hanoi court during the trial of his brother Duong Tu Trong, 52, a former senior police official in the northern port of Hai Phong, who was yesterday sentenced to 18 years in jail for aiding his escape.
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Dung, who was last month sentenced to death for embezzlement, fled the country after the near-collapse of Vinalines under some US$3 billion of debt, but was apprehended in September 2012 in Cambodia.
He told the court that he was warned of his impending arrest by Deputy Minister of Public Security Pham Quy Ngo - who is a member of the party's Central Committee, a top decision-making body.
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It said Dung then claimed to have paid US$500,000 to Ngo and additional substantial bribes to other top officials at the Ministry of Public Security in a bid to avoid prosecution.
SSA Marine Signs Agreements in Principle to Further Develop Cai Lan Port and Logistics Throughout Vietnam: Financial News - Yahoo! Finance
biz.yahoo.com, 21 Nov 2006 [cached]
We intend to help Vietnam meet its logistics needs in order to keep pace with its dramatic economic growth," emphasized Duong Chi Dzung, CEO of Vinalines.
Earlier this month, Vinalines' ...
www.wtov9.com, 10 April 2011 [cached]
Earlier this month, Vinalines' former head, Duong Chi Dung, was arrested in a neighboring country after an international manhunt.
Appearing as a witness at the ...
english.eastday.com, 9 Jan 2014 [cached]
Appearing as a witness at the trial of Duong Tu Trong Wednesday, his elder brother Duong Chi Dung, the former chairman of Vietnam National Shipping Lines, also known as Vinalines, alleged that a high-ranking official of Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security was involved.
Dung confessed at the trial he received information from a high- ranking official of the Ministry of Public Security about his arrest decision, and the official advised him to flee, according to Vietnam's state-run news agency VNA.
He also told the court that he had paid a total of 510,000 U.S. dollars to the official to avoid prosecution.
Aware of the signs of leaking state secrets related to the escape of Duong Chi Dung, the trial panel decided to prosecute the case of deliberately revealing state secrets at court and asked the Hanoi People's Procuratorate to report to the Vietnam Supreme People's Procuratorate to handle the case.
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Duong Chi Dung, an offender in the Vinalines corruption case, has been sentenced to death for embezzlement and intentionally violating state regulations on economic management that caused severe losses of almost 367 billion Vietnamese dong (17.4 million U.S. dollars) to the state budget.
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