VinFast has reached a significant milestone toward its global expansion!
It was an exciting celebration as the company began trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market today, following VinFast and Black Spade Acquisition Co’s completed business combination. VinFast’s Global CEO, Madame Thuy Le, rang the bell to mark the moment!
This achievement demonstrates VinFast’s commitment to growth and innovation. It was clear to me last year on my trip to Hanoi, Vietnam, where I embarked on an impressive tour of the VinFast automotive manufacturing plant, that the ambition and expertise of this enterprise would take it far.
I had a great time attending the ceremony in NYC, where I discussed the transformative trajectory of our businesses and ideas with various colleagues, including VinFast’s US Chief Executive Officer, Van Anh Nguyen.
This listing will amplify VinFast’s visibility and elevate the company to new heights with expanded potential. Going public reflects its pledge to create smart, safe, and accessible electric vehicles to better communities and the planet.
It was thrilling to witness VinFast’s ticker symbols “VFS” and “VFSWW” grace the tower – and I can’t wait to see how the company’s mission continues to spark evolution as it strengthens its name and brand.
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