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HCM City developers seek greener pastures

Business

HCM City developers seek greener pastures

Many property developers in Ho Chi Minh City are moving to neighbouring provinces and cities and even as far away as the central region as city authorities are issuing fewer licences and legal procedures elsewhere are simpler.

Can Tho city works to foster tourism development

Travel

Can Tho city works to foster tourism development

Leaders of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho had a working session on June 12 with representatives of the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) to discuss plans and measures to promote tourism development in the city and in the whole region.

Private developers lead way in Vietnam

Business

Private developers lead way in Vietnam

Seven in 10 of the most prestigious property developers in Vietnam are private enterprises, with the top three being property developers with headquarters in Hanoi, the Vietnam Report has announced.

HCM City: Heat in high-end apartments

Business

HCM City: Heat in high-end apartments

Over 5,100 apartments in the mid- and high-end bracket from 17 projects in Ho Chi Minh City were sold during the first quarter of 2015, up 163 percent from the same period last year.

Nine sectors offer more jobs this year

Society

Nine sectors offer more jobs this year

Job opportunities will increase this year in nine sectors of finance, banking, insurance, estate trading, information technology, administration, political and social affairs, housekeeping and international activities, according to a report from the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs' Centre of Labour Market Information and Forecast (LMIFC).

Real estate market to greet new investments

Business

Real estate market to greet new investments

After consecutive years of losses, several real estate firms in Ho Chi Minh City started to show more optimism in the market as the number of transaction is picking up, the English language news website dtinews.vn said in an article published on May 14.