Vietnam’s beer market is forecast to see big opportunities this year, as the country has always been held great potential for domestic and foreign beer enterprises. Fierce competition is incoming, as more foreign brands are looking to tap the market.
Despite the current global woes, investors around Asia are ramping up their merger and acquisition (M&A) activities in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - The impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic poses a risk of foreign investors looking to take advantage of the economic downturn to acquire vulnerable local enterprises.
A survey by Corporate Investment and Mergers & Acquisitions Center also showed that one of the obstacles to M&A deals in Vietnam is the time consuming approval process.
Though mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam’s banking sector have ballooned recently, tie-ups between foreign and local lenders are not without their drawbacks. A handful of high-profile acquisitions gone sour have also given investors more reason for hesitation.
Investors are looking to mergers and acquisitions as the fastest route to embracing digital transformation in Vietnam’s flourishing tech scene.
The merger and acquisition market has witnessed the real estate segment in a strong leading position; however, there remains many pitfalls which partners must be careful of whenever they enter into a property deal.
The Vietnam-UK Network hosted a panel discussion and networking event namely “Vietnam – a Story of Development, Opportunities and Potential” in London on October 2.
A lot of high-value M&A deals carried out this month and announced for the time coming are making the insurance market more vibrant than ever.
Through merger and acquisition (M&A) activities and the improvement of goods quality and services, Vietnamese retailers are trying to win the support of local customers and compete with foreign rivals.
The merger and acquisition (M&A) market since last summer has witnessed a surprising switch among top segments, with major activities in real estate overcoming consumer goods, leading to positive signs for the market for the next 12 months.
M&A in banking sector is forecast to be exciting in the near future as many banks are accelerating to restructure and raise capital to meet Basel II standards’ deadline by 2020 set by the central bank, experts said.
The clean land fund in central areas is becoming depleted, which has prompted investors to eye land plots in neighboring provinces.
Vietnam has been an attractive destination for Japanese investors and experts predicted that more Japanese firms will come to do business in the Southeast Asian country thanks to its economic growth and integration advantages.
Following a muted 2018 and first half of 2019, experts are pining for a new surge in state divestments and equitisations, buoyed by new regulatory frameworks.
Investments in F&B chains are increasing despite the signs of a growth slowdown.
Vietnam has become a favoured destination for merger and acquisition (M&A) deals for foreign investors, particularly those from the Republic of Korea (RoK), China’s Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan as the Asian multinationals see the benefits of having presence in one of the region’s fastest-growing economies.
Thai firms are stepping up investment in renewable energy projects in Vietnam, particularly solar power, through merger and acquisition (M&A) deals.
Foreign capital is pouring into Vietnam's industrial real estate market through M&A activities, with the CPTPP to have a significant impact on this investment trend.
Mergers and acquisitions are on the upswing in the crowded Vietnamese retail market, bolstered by local retailers expanding their presence amid fierce competition.