Vietnam Airlines reported strong profit growth for the first half of 2018, and the carrier is also making progress on plans to increase productivity and reduce staff numbers. The Vietnam flag carrier achieved a 1H profit of VND1.9 trillion ($82.4 million), an increase of 87% year-on-year. The group’s pre-tax consolidated profit was VND1.4 trillion, which the carrier said was more than double its planned figure. As of June 30, the airline had a total of 6,685 employees. The workforce ...

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