The water supply market is beset with many groups of interests, according to Luu Binh Nhuong, a National Assembly Deputy.
Many companies are moving their factories from other countries to Vietnam, showing the potential for strong development of industrial real estate, according to Savills Vietnam.
The logistics market in Vietnam is booming with million-dollar merger deals being signed and many foreign companies striving to increase market share.
Vietnam continues to be plagued by foreign company chiefs fleeing the country without paying off debts or workers’ salaries.
Vietnam needs to simplify its visa applications and procedures for foreign companies to enter the country so the logistics industry can attract more foreign business partners, representatives of logistics companies have said.
Foreign investors will be given the go-ahead to set up logistics companies in Vietnam, but with conditions on ownership and services, according to Government Decree 163 on logistics services which will come into force on February 20.
With the leading position in Southeast Asia, Vietnam’s wood production and processing industry is under the spotlight of foreign companies and suppliers.
More than 420 enterprises operating in the construction, real estate and interior-exterior decoration industries will showcase products at the third Vietbuild Hanoi International Expo 2016 from November 16-20.
The meat market in the country, estimated to have value of US$18 billion, is controlled by enterprises from France, Thailand, the Republic of Korea and Vietnam.
In advance of the free-trade agreements on Vietnam’s horizon, foreign companies are looking for strong investment opportunities-like those found in the country’s packaging industry.
Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As) by foreign companies is the fastest way to hold stakes in the Vietnamese electronic and electrical retail market.
VOV.VN - The logistics services market in Vietnam is on a growth trajectory owing to rapid globalization and the approval for 100% owned foreign companies to enter the market, say experts.
In many ‘duels’, it is not the foreign giants with powerful financial capability and experience, but rather the Vietnamese conglomerateswho are the winners.
(VOV) - The 4th international trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics, - Analytica Vietnam 2015, will kick off on April 15 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre, HCM City.
To prepare for business expansion, many foreign direct-invested enterprises in the southern provinces launched recruitment campaigns immediately after the Lunar New Year holiday.