In addition, Dang is convinced that competition can only improve her business by preparing it for a bigger market and ultimately, the global stage.
"We have more to gain than lose," she muses.
Dang is equally sanguine about local challenges. One of these is the issue of corruption, a pervasive yet sensitive problem that many businesses in emerging markets face. Vietnam ranked 112 on Transparency International's 2015 Corruption Perception Index of 168 countries, with its score of 31 points unchanged since 2012. A score of zero equals "very corrupt" and 100 is "very clean."
Dang says that since most of MP Logistics' dealings are with foreign investors and customers who share similar values, so-called facilitation payments are not a major issue for the business.
Still, Dang notes that there is room for improvement when it comes to transparency in Vietnam. As the country modernizes, she looks forward to government plans aimed at simplifying business procedures and facilitating a more open business environment.
For now, Dang, who started out in the industry as a sales manager for a logistics company before starting her own business, continues to focus her energies on managing her company. She says that being a businesswoman in Vietnam is an exhausting role to play.
"In Vietnam, people always think that a woman should be a wife, a mother and a homemaker, and when we step out to do business, we cannot fully fulfill these roles," she explains. "I think if I had kept to being a homemaker, a wife and a mother, I would not have the successful business I have today."
But Dang says her employees and colleagues have lessened the burden of heading a company.
"When you trust someone, they will do the same to you," Dang says. "I think that's the motivation that brings everyone [at MP Logistics] together, and they're still working with me til today."
While she admits that she may not always be the best boss possible, Dang says that she is always willing to listen and discuss problems with her colleagues and that this makes people happy to work at MP Logistics.
"Do you know that some of my employees even named their children Minh Phuong as their middle name?" she says, "That makes me so proud that I can earn the respect and trust from others. I think that's success itself."
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