Renowned international fast-fashion brand, H&M is set to open its third store in Crescent Mall, Ho Chi Minh City.
A wholly foreign invested joint venture is soon to be established between Fast Retailing, the Uniqlo's owner which holds 70 per cent stake and Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan's largest trading company with 25 per cent stake.
Maintaining its stable growth in Vietnam, CapitaLand is buying a prime site in Ho Chi Minh City for VND1,380 billion, equivalent to around $59.5 million with the purpose of building its 13th residential development in Vietnam.
Savills Vietnam has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for Friendship Tower, a new Grade A project from the developer CZ Slovakia in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The international real estate developer Alpha King has just announced that it will develop two projects in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City including the grade-A office building Alpha Town and Alpha City complex.
Cao Thi Ngoc Dung, Chairman of PNJ said that it has been seven months but they still have not received permission to build new headquarter, even though their current one is already overloaded.
It has been a very healthy start for Vietnam to 2018 with solid performance across all asset classes, especially with good macro-economy and strong foreign direct investment growth, based on the viewpoint of Troy Griffiths, Deputy Managing Director of Savills Vietnam.
The international five-star hotel brand Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc has just cut the ribbon to inaugurate a commercial office in downtown Ho Chi Minh City's District 1, an event held one month ahead of its grand opening.
Despite once announcing to sell the solar cell manufacturing project in Ho Chi Minh City, First Solar has suddenly returned to Vietnam.
Office rents in Ho Chi Minh City could spell an increase of up to 20 per cent for some Grade A properties in 2018, according to the latest 2018 Asia Pacific Forecast of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.
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