Quang Ninh improves infrastructure to shake up tourism Travel

Quang Ninh improves infrastructure to shake up tourism

Northern Quang Ninh province has been enjoying an increasing number of visitors over the years, yet there’s still work to be done to further boost the length of their stay in the coastal province, according to Le Quang Tung, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee.

Viglacera to issue additional shares

The Vietnam Glass and Ceramics for construction Corporation Viglacera plans to shoot up its capital to nearly 3.1 trillion VND (142.8 million USD) by issuing additional shares, as heard at the 2015 annual shareholders congress in Hanoi on April 20.

Viglacera expands Granite tile factory in Thai Binh

Viglacera Corporation, one of the leading companies in the building material industry, on March 6 began the expansion of its high-quality Granite tiles factory at Tien Hai industrial park in the Mekong Delta province of Thai Binh.
Vietnam, Cuba agree to forge trade links Business

Vietnam, Cuba agree to forge trade links

Vietnam and Cuba signed the minutes of the 32nd meeting of their Inter-Governmental Committee for Economic, Commercial, Scientific and Technological Cooperation in Havana, Cuba, on October 17.

Hanoi fixes plaque to first Green Building

The Ministry of Construction has attached the first Green Building sign to the Thang Long Number One residential unit in Hanoi. The project is to mark the 60 th anniversary of Hanoi’s Liberation Day (October 10).
Voters appreciate NA’s Q&A session Politics

Voters appreciate NA’s Q&A session

Voters nationwide have praised Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s national January – May report and showed their happiness at the performances of the four ministers and sector chief quizzed during a National Assembly (NA) Q & A session.

More social housing built in Hanoi

Viglacera Corporation on May 16 started the construction of a social housing and school project in Hanoi.
The project covers 6.2 hectares in the Dang Xa II urban area, providing 1,500 apartments and schools. It will cost 793 billion VND, equivalent to almost 37.3 million USD.

IPO market highlighted in Q1

The first quarter of the year witnessed an unprecedented surge in initial public offerings by state-owned businesses, the Saigon Times Daily reported on April 8.

Investors returns to high-end real estate

With low deposit interest rate and less attractive investment in other sectors, many investors have returned to the high-end real estate segment, the Vietnam Business Forum reported.

Stimulus package gets new tune-up

The Vietnamese government’s continued support of stimulus packages for the property sector is expected to offer more hope to property firms and buyers this year as the market begins its early-year recovery, the Vietnam Investment Review (VIR) reported.

Apartment selling prices tend to increase

As the long-sluggish property market has started showing signs of recovery this year, certain housing developers have hinted at price hikes in an apparent attempt to attract buyers who fear a price rise.

SOEs prepare for share bonanza: paper

A raft of huge State-owned enterprises will make initial public offering in the first half of 2014, as positive signs in the market fuel confidence. Insight by the Vietnam Investment Review on February 17.

Viglacera construction materials firm to go public

The State-owned Viglacera glass and construction pottery corporation will launch 307 million shares worth 10,000 VND (4.7 USD) each to its initial public offering (IPO), as part of its equitisation plan to become the top Vietnamese construction materials producer.