Vietnam Mining Corporation has submitted an Article of Amendment with the Secretary of State of Nevada to change its corporate name to Vanguard Mining Corporation to better reflect the company's new scope of business.
The company has decided to expand its operations beyond Vietnam and has recently investigated a number of new mineral opportunities in Mongolia and South East Asian countries, including Indonesia, Cambodia, and Laos. This is part of the company's strategy to realign its portfolio holdings in order to create significant value for shareholders and investors.
The company will submit its quarterly report for the period ending March 31, 2014 in a timely manner and will proceed to complete the financial audit process as required by the Securities and Exchange Commission in order to file a registration statement and become a fully reporting company. The company plans to upgrade the listing of its stock to a senior exchange in the near future when it acquires certain sizable mineral assets and operations with substantial revenue streams.
Vietnam Mining Corporation, a Nevada corporation established in 1987, has been developing a high calcium carbonate mine in Quang Binh Province, Northern Central Vietnam. The company has also investigated other mineral assets in South East Asia as well as some hot-sector business opportunities in America that may potentially create significant value for shareholders and investors in the near future.