The merger and acquisition (M&A) scene in Vietnam has become increasingly active with more domestic firms setting up ties with global partners so their brands can reach global customers and develop domestically.
With a two-digit growth rate in many years, Vietnam’s pharmaceutical market has boosted foreign drug firms to continue merger and acquisition (M&A) deals with their Vietnamese counterparts in a move to get higher revenue from the potential market.
Merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in Vietnam’s real estate sector are forecast to increase in 2018, driven by the market’s significant potential, experts said.
The Competition and Consumer Protection Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade has given the go-ahead for the merger and acquisition (M&A) deal between the two largest local electronic retailers – The Gioi Di Dong (Mobile World) and Tran Anh Digital World.
Vietnam’s merger and acquisition (M&A) market is seeking a big push as signs of a deceleration have crept up this year.
Despite a decrease in newly-registered capital, the significant growth in the value of mergers and acquisitions became a key element in raising Vietnam’s foreign direct investment in the first five months of 2017.
The consumer sector, with its high growth rate, is expected to be the target for merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in the coming years.
Merger and Acquisition (M&A) deals are expected to pick up in the process of economic restructuring.
Merger and Acquisition (M&A) deals in the banking sector are cheap at present, but if the risks are not effectively managed, they could become expensive because merged banks may remain weak.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV)’s December 6 decision to merge three joint stock commercial banks is considered a crucial step towards building a safe, healthy and effective banking system.