NEW YORK and HANOI, Vietnam, Oct. 19, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Myson Group, Inc. (OTC Markets:MYSN) announced today that the Company's Chairman and CEO Son Anh Duong won the 2015 Businessman of the Year Award by the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade in an annual event organized by the Vietnam Trade and Industry Review Magazine (http://tapchicongthuong.vn/).
The recognition by the Vietnam Trade and Industry Review Magazine is a great honor for business leaders who have demonstrated exceptional success in their fields by offering outstanding products and services to society.
On another note, Myson Group is in the process of completing the financial audits in accordance with the U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) by a PCAOB-registered auditing firm in order to regain its full reporting status with the Securities and Exchange Commission and to upgrade its listing onto a higher trading venue.
Son Duong, Chairman and CEO of Myson Group, stated: "We are honored to be recognized by the Vietnam Trade and Industry Review Magazine as one of the most outstanding providers of products and services for the year 2015 and will strive to live up to this honor by continuing to offer best value to our customers and end users."
About Myson Group, Inc.
Myson Group, Inc., a Nevada corporation established in 1987, has been engaged in semiconductors, environmental services and, more recently, development of mineral properties in Southeast Asia. The company has acquired a majority interest in Van Phuc Holding Building and Trading JSC, a profitable operating Vietnam-based company, and will be launching a new business development program both in the U.S. and Southeast Asia aiming to create significant value for our shareholders and investors. Website: www.mysongroup.com
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