The real estate market is predicted to witness the most merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in 2018.
Ongoing and upcoming road projects will be the primary drivers of growth in Vietnam’s transport infrastructure sector, Fitch Group said.
When foreign investors partner up with Vietnamese companies, post-merger integration becomes a complex task, focused on cross-cultural understanding and the setting of mutual goods.
Vinamilk products, served on Vietnam Airlines flights departing from Vietnam, will have specially designed packing to promote the quality of the country’s single four-star airline.
A trend of steady rises in mergers and acquisitions continues to brighten up Vietnam’s foreign investment picture in the first seven months of 2018, affirming it as one of the most effective investment channels for the high-potential market.
Vietnam has become an attractive destination for many foreign investors largely due to the country’s friendly policies encouraging FDI, its political stability and strong economy, the latest report of US-based John Lang LaSalle (JLL) said.
Free trade agreements, particularly the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), are the driving force to attract big investments in Vietnam’s garment-textile industry.
Chinese enterprises are eyeing to expand their business and investment in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), in which Vietnam is considered one of the most attractive destinations.
Hanoi lured more than US$6.17 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) in the first seven months of 2018, making it the leading FDI attractor of the country, accounting for 26.9% of total FDI commitments in the period.
Many private investors are willing to pour money into aviation infrastructure, though the business field requires huge capital and a long time to recover capital.
Japanese enterprises are entering the Vietnamese market gradually by buying into Vietnamese enterprises and cementing their positions in business fields with stable growth.
The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho will hold an investment promotion conference on August 10, inviting investors for 54 projects worth nearly VND124 trillion (US$5.44 billion).
The southern economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City attracted more US$4.69 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) in the first seven months of 2018, a year-on-year rise of 70.5%.
The Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang plans to attract investment of nearly VND16.4 trillion (US$713 million) for 19 projects at a conference in its capital, My Tho, on August 9.
Vietnam’s industrial real estate market has been becoming a magnet for foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises thanks to robust growth of macro-economy.
Vietnam’s agriculture sector, from production to exports, has developed impressively in recent times, but its progress is still yet to meet its full potential.
President Tran Dai Quang hosted a reception in Hanoi on July 31 for a delegation from the Japan-Vietnam Economic Committee under the Japan Business Federation (Keidanren), the largest economic organisation in Japan with 1,340 companies, 109 industrial associations, and 49 regional economic organisations.
In the first 7 months of 2018, total FDI-including newly-registered, additional FDI and capital contribution-reached US$22.94 billion, up 4.6% year on year.
Vietnam’s economy has the highest ratio of exports against the gross domestic product (GDP) in the world.
Vietnamese businesses have invested more than US$279.6 million in projects abroad during the first seven months of 2018, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment’s Foreign Investment Agency (FIA).