Green office to become major trend: experts Business

Green office to become major trend: experts

Investors have paid greater attention to sustainable construction in real estate, especially green office, to satisfy the new requirements of tenants, according to experts from Savills Vietnam.
Real estate firms advised to catch up with green growth trend Business

Real estate firms advised to catch up with green growth trend

Positive changes in the real estate sector are crucial if the country wants to meet its green growth targets. Along with construction, the sector is the source of nearly 40% of carbon emissions in the world and consumes about 36 percent of total power generated globally, according to experts.
Real estate firms advised to catch up with green growth trend Business

Real estate firms advised to catch up with green growth trend

Positive changes in the real estate sector are crucial if the country wants to meet its green growth targets. Along with construction, the sector is the source of nearly 40% of carbon emissions in the world and consumes about 36 percent of total power generated globally, according to experts.
RoK splashes cash on Vietnamese realty market Videos

RoK splashes cash on Vietnamese realty market

Vietnam’s realty market, in addition to the manufacturing sector, has been attracting significant FDI from the Republic of Korean in recent years, according to a survey by real estate consultancy Savills Vietnam.
RoK splashes cash on Vietnamese realty market Business

RoK splashes cash on Vietnamese realty market

Vietnam’s realty market, in addition to the manufacturing sector, has been attracting significant FDI from the Republic of Korean (RoK) in recent years, according to a survey by real estate consultancy Savills Vietnam.
Foreign investment in Vietnam continues bouncing back Business

Foreign investment in Vietnam continues bouncing back

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s adverse impacts, foreign investors still put their trust in the economy and investment climate of Vietnam in the new normal context, said Director of the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) Do Nhat Hoang.