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Kansas company stiffed by Vietnam, demands action
American asphalt company allegedly owed $40M for a paving project in Vietnam
FOX Business correspondent Grady Trimble reports on the Kansas asphalt company, Hall Brothers Inc., that is reportedly owed $40 million for a paving job they completed in Vietnam on ‘Varney & Co.’
A Kansas construction company claims it is owed millions of dollars by a government-owned company in Vietnam — and now it wants the U.S. government to intervene.
The family-owned business, Hall Brothers, Inc. says it has been trying to get the state-owned Vietnamese company to pay up for years for work it did in the communist country. Starting back in the early 2000s, Hall Brothers paved dozens of miles of highway. They say they received partial payments at first, but then the payments stopped coming in.