The southern real estate market has witnessed a series of impressive mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals. This trend is expected to be more vibrant in the near future.
Recent mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam’s fintech industry indicate a strategic fight for e-wallet market share.
More foreign investors are looking to enter Vietnam’s food and beverage market, especially via mergers and acquisitions.
The real estate market is busy with mergers and acquisitions (M&A), which are forecast to touch a record high this year, driven by the sector’s steady recovery.
Property developer Novaland Group now has a capitalisation value of nearly US$2 billion, making it one of the 10 biggest listed firms on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange in terms of market capitalisation.
The two biggest Thai cement companies were recently involved in million dollar takeovers of two cement companies in Vietnam, but in the face of the domestic cement glut and the bad business results of Vietnamese companies in the industry, was this really a smart move?
Vietnam’s hotel and resort market will see sustained or even accelerated growth in 2017, according to Alternaty, a real estate service company.
Ho Chi Minh City absorbed US$3.7 billion in new foreign direct investment (FDI) so far this year, including expansion and acquisitions, according to the municipal People’s Committee.
Poor management of risks and weak supervision of banks were the roots of the largest problems that Vietnam’s banking system is facing, experts said during a workshop.
Double digit growth has caught the attention of foreign investors.
Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As) by foreign companies is the fastest way to hold stakes in the Vietnamese electronic and electrical retail market.
Despite the impact credit tightening from the government, the real estate market is expected to continue its marked upswing for 2016.
Vietnam's tech giant FPT is looking for partners with financial capacity and experience in retail and e-commerce to expand its digital store chain, news website ICTNews has reported, citing a representative.
VOV.VN -One of the measurements of development in Vietnam, as in any country, is the level of foreign direct investment (FDI) say economists, because it represents a long-term commitment by foreign companies to the economy.
The Vietnamese retail market has seen some mergers and acquisitions (M&A) between foreign and Vietnamese enterprises, thanks to the huge development potential of the retail sector.
Mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam's textile and garment industry have increased, in a bid to take advantage of free trade agreements, especially the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), experts said.
Tipco Asphalt Pcl, or Tasco, a major asphalt manufacturer in Thailand, plans to acquire five companies in Vietnam and Indonesia for a total of US$61.8 million, news website Deal Street Asia has reported.
Mergers and acquisitions are churning the Vietnamese retail market, with large domestic players buying out rivals and massive investment by foreign retailers.
The removal of weak banks through mergers and acquisitions, one of drastic measures taken by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), has somewhat improved the health of the banking system and won trust from people, according to experts.
(VOV) -Driven by record high growth rates ranging from 20-25% over recent years, Thai Siam Cement Group (SCG) is positioning itself to take over the Vietnam plastics industry, say leading industry analysts.