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When retailers are involved in M&A deals

When retailers are involved in M&A deals

The retailer community last week was stirred up by the news that a Vietnamese enterprise had acquired a famous foreign retail brand just after one month of negotiations.

M&As in banking sector encouraged

M&As in banking sector encouraged

The Government plans not to license any more wholly foreign-owned banks in Vietnam but encourages foreign banks to buy weak domestic banks, said Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue.

FTAs pack big opportunities

FTAs pack big opportunities

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.

M&As in electronics market growing

M&As in electronics market growing

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As) by foreign companies is the fastest way to hold stakes in the Vietnamese electronic and electrical retail market.

Property boom to run uninterrupted

Property boom to run uninterrupted

Despite the impact credit tightening from the government, the real estate market is expected to continue its marked upswing for 2016.

Privatisation to sustain Vietnam's deals blitz

Privatisation to sustain Vietnam's deals blitz

Foreign firms are set to capitalise on Vietnam's privatisation drive and buy into assets such as Vinamilk and Mobifone to gain exposure to its fast-growing economy this year, boosting M&A deals that already hit a record US$4 billion in 2015.

Supermarkets tap into domestic retail sector

Supermarkets tap into domestic retail sector

The considerable potential of Vietnam's domestic retail market is being actively promoted by large retailers looking to expand their businesses at a faster pace.

M&As to spike as economy grows

There will be a wave of mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam in the next five years when the economy recovers and foreign direct investment surges, an international conference heard in HCM City on August 7.