The spiral of "virtual land fever" in Ho Chi Minh City is "sweeping" on a large scale. If not being cautious, citizens and investors are swept into the spiral that causes severe financial losses and unpredictable impacts on the real estate market.
During a visit and seeking bilateral investment cooperation opportunities, at a meeting between representatives of more than 150 South Korean and Vietnamese businesses taking place in early June, Choi Moon Soon, Governor of Gangwon Province and also head of Korean business delegation have shared with the Investment & Brand many interesting information.
HCM City’s real estate market in the 2017-20 period will see major changes as supply and demand will gradually adjust, stabilising and strengthening the market, according to the city’s Real Estate Association.
Deputy Transport Minister Nguyen Ngoc Dong said HCM City’s infrastructure projects had lots of problems during a meeting with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on June 23.
It's rare to see an international pop star pick Vietnam for their concert tour.
Ho Chi Minh City will provide great support for the public-private-partnership (PPP) model in infrastructure development, its leaders told a meeting held recently to discuss attraction of funding through the model.
Tax officials are reaching out to 13,500 retailers in their database, but they admit this will be a very tough task.
Convenience store chain "leaks" information on Facebook page.
Hanoi jumps to the top three while Ho Chi Minh City takes a big slide down the ranking.
City's People's Committee gives green light to Fund, which will research and prepare for public-private partnerships.
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