The number of capital contribution and share acquisition transactions conducted by Chinese enterprises in Vietnam in the January-November period of this year skyrocketed by more than 82% over the year-ago period, raising concerns of potential origin fraud.
VOV.VN - Additional foreign investment inflows in real estate went up during 2019 while credit in the sector bucked a downward trend, signalling its reduced heavy reliance on bank loans.
The clean land fund in central areas is becoming depleted, which has prompted investors to eye land plots in neighboring provinces.
Investors are looking for industrial and logistics assets via forming joint-ventures with local industrial property developers or purchasing land and operating real estate, according to Jones LaSalle Vietnam Co. Ltd.
VOV.VN - The total value of M&A transactions in Vietnam reached US$55 billion during the past decade and is forecast to go higher in the time ahead.
Chinese companies are accelerating investment in Vietnam, but some local businesses are voicing concerns.
Many large breweries may be required to report all of their M&A deals to the management agency.
The sugar industry is experiencing stormy days as prices have dropped dramatically. However, some companies are thriving and plan to ‘swallow’ their rivals.
The State Securities Commission (SSC) will enhance the quality of securities firms by shutting down and revoking licences of financially-weak companies to ensure the sector is healthy.
More money has been injected into the e-commerce market, while leading e-commerce firms have expanded.
The landfall of foreign e-commerce giants arriving to Vietnam is not only a threat for traditional retailers but also an opportunity to streamline and improve their operation methods.
Vietnam’s location with a network of cargo ports, alongside a large domestic market, leaves room for both domestic and foreign logistics firms to expand business and enter logistics merger and acquisition (M&A) deals.
VOV.VN - Chinese businesses tend to make their stronger presence in Vietnam through mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals, especially in real estate.
Companies in the southern province of Dong Nai need to find more than 30,000 new employees by the end of next month to make up for the shortage caused by the post-Tet staff turnover, according to the local Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
Mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam's real estate market are expected to jump in 2017 as foreign investors look for local partners rather than starting their investments from scratch.
Many big and surprising merger and acquisition (M&A) deals were made in 2016 with retail and real estate continuing to dominate this market.
Many merger & acquisition (M&A) deals in the pharmaceutical industry have been made this year, in which the buyers were foreign investors.
Large conglomerates in Vietnam have been quietly trying to buy rival companies or all or part of businesses because they want the companies' land.
Many merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in the energy sector have been made in recent years, but the number of foreign players in the field remains modest.
The HCM City authorities' plan to put 23 land plots in advantageous positions, called ‘golden land plots’, into auction this year. Only a few Vietnamese enterprises are financially capable of buying the land.