Logistics market sees wave of investment from Japan, RoK Business

Logistics market sees wave of investment from Japan, RoK

The logistics market has become more vibrant in recent times with large merger and acquisition (M&A) deals between Vietnamese businesses and foreign investors who have strong financial and technological potential, especially those from Japan and the Republic of Korea.
Vietnam a magnet to foreign investors Business

Vietnam a magnet to foreign investors

Vietnam has become more attractive to foreign investors than ever before as various freshly-inked new-generation free trade deals, including the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA), are expected to facilitate trade and benefit foreign enterprises.
Property market attractive to foreign investors Videos

Property market attractive to foreign investors

Vietnam’s property market was attractive to foreign investors in the first two quarters of this year, with bustling merge and acquisition activities, according to real estate firm Savills Vietnam.
Quang Tri draws investment in hi-tech agriculture Business

Quang Tri draws investment in hi-tech agriculture

The central province of Quang Tri has drawn several investment projects in hi-tech and organic agriculture recently, contributing to restructuring the agricultural sector toward creating clean products with high added values.
Hanoi starts building smart city Business

Hanoi starts building smart city

A smart city project worth more than 4 billion USD invested by the Sumitomo – BRG joint venture is expected to commence in Hanoi in the first quarter of 2018.
 Vinh Phuc attractive to Japanese investors Business

Vinh Phuc attractive to Japanese investors

A delegation of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) on October 28 made a field trip to the northern province of Vinh Phuc to scope out investment environment in the locality.
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Foreign investors covet Vietnamese power sector

Not only power groups like Sembcorp, Tata Power, Graham Bell and Associates Limited – GBA, but also multi-field groups like Samsung and Sumitomo are planning to pour capital into power projects in Vietnam. The Vietnam Net online newspaper reports.