More Vietnamese companies are turning to mergers and acquisitions to beef up their domestic market presence and boost growth.
The strong growth of the e-commerce sector has been turning Vietnam into a major magnet for investment in the capital-thirsty logistics industry.
Mergers and acquisitions transactions in the Vietnamese packaging industry continues strongly, with local companies becoming potential targets for foreign investors.
The banking sector will enjoy another strong year in 2018, experts told a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City this week.
An average of nine projects in power generation and distribution were registered every month since June 2017, according to the Vietnam Renewable Energy Report 2018.
Credit-risk management should be enhanced to make sure business information was transparent and reliable to improve Vietnam’s trade, economic and investment conditions, according to Nguyen Quang Thuan, CEO from data analysis firm StoxPlus.
Around one out of every two Vietnamese borrows money on credit, according to StoxPlus.
The great potential of the Vietnamese food market has attracted the Republic of Korean conglomerate the CJ Group.
The appearance of big foreign retail chains like CircleK, Shop&Go, FamilyMart and Aeon and the strong rise of Vietnamese chains Vinamart, Co-op and The Gioi Di Dong have fostered the development of consumer credit in Vietnam, according to the State Bank of Vietnam.
The attractiveness of the processed food industry in Vietnam, a market with 90 million consumers, can be seen in the high number of merger & acquisition (M&A) deals made in the last three years.
Risk management is now an important part of Vietnam’s financial system after some banks suffered high losses and capital deficits, and merged with other banks.
The race is on for Vietnamese and foreign investors as the formation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) and the upcoming Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are going to turn the 90-million strong country into a uniquely attractive market.
Vietnam’s consumer loans hit a five-year record high of US$15.12 billion last year, according to a new report from local market research company StoxPlus.
Two huge merger & acquisition (M&A) deals were made just in the first three months of the year. The foreign direct investment (FDI) flow into the real estate sector exceeded US$2 billion by the end of 2015.
Bilateral and multilateral trade agreements have become increasingly imperative to the local investment arena and the capital inflow to Vietnam, and the country is almost keyed up to cash in on the new opportunities these agreements will engender.
Merger and acquisition activities are now blossoming in Vietnam thanks to the clearer economic recovery, thriving GDP growth, newly signed free trade agreements and the formation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) at the end of this year.
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.