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“Namyang Dairy Products Co., Ltd sharing happiness with Vietnamese children”  (29/12/2009) 
Tin tuc Namyang Dairy Products Co., Ltd is founded in 1964, passing nearly 50 years of researching & developing to become the first leading company in Korea. Since the appearance in Vietnam in 2003, we have tried to strengthen mother’s belief by providing high- grade powder milk XO for pregnant women & children.

In Korea as well as in Viet Nam, Namyang always takes a title “business is not only for profit”. Every year, Namyang always take part in charity activities, such as, donation at Thien phuoc house, Birla children Village, Hoa Binh Village….

In the time of new year, when each Vietnamese family gather together, we have donated for 120 children in Thanh Xuan Peace Village .

Thanh Xuan Peace Village, where takes care of Dioxin children aims at softening a part of grief and losses by the war. Target of the village is to rehabilitate overall of constitution, intelligence and training on vocational guidance for overcome of sort coming, promote ability the remaining capacities of disablement children to be fall in line with the community  

          Total value of the gifts is 70,000,000 VND, with which we wish the children will rehabilitate their health better and better.

Speaking in this charity time, Mr.Kim Seong Gon, representative of Namyang in Viet Nam admitted to retain further charity activities to give hands supporting Vietnamese children for a better future .


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