State-run Vissan Co, Vietnam’s leading foodstuff processor raised VND906.84 billion (US$41 million) in an initial public offering on Monday for 14 percent of its shares, beating its own projection. Vissan sold all 11.33 million shares on offer at an average price of VND80,053 ($3.60) per share, compared with a starting price of VND17,000 set by the firm, the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange said in a statement. It was not immediately clear when Vissan’s shares would debut in Vietnam, where IPOs and listing are separate processes. The government requires state-run firms to list shares within 90 days of an IPOs, although the rule is not widely enforced. Vissan supplies pork, beef, chicken and processed food via its nationwide network. In its base in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s business centre, Vissan accounts for around a fifth of daily pork consumption. “Vissan is only suitable for investors with long investment horizon, who want to gain exposure in the fresh meat and meat-related product sector,” SSI Securities said in a report prior to the IPO. It defines a “long investment horizon” as a period of over three years. The IPO has attracted a total of 142 domestic and foreign investors, who collectively…
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