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Ho Chi Minh City sees uptick in condo absorption

New projects achieve high sold rate of over 80 per cent of launched units, despite price increase.

World Bank approves $125-million support to Ho Chi Minh City

The credit facility aims to remove institutional bottlenecks to enable Vietnam’s largest city and economic powerhouse to address some of its most pressing urban governance challenges.

Big investors set sights on infrastructure projects in Ho Chi Minh City

The authorities are calling for investment in 210 key projects with a total development cost of up to $53.8 billion.

Property developers crying foul of delays in project licencing

Hundreds of real estate projects in Ho Chi Minh City have been delayed by cumbersome administrative procedures and the authorities’ temporary halt on project approval.

Savills Group CEO Mark Ridley: Vietnam is a global property hotspot

Newly appointed Group CEO for Savills Mark Ridley will be visiting Vietnam – one of Asia’s most vibrant property markets and a long-term strategic area for Savills.

Investors in race to acquire long-stalled township project

Ho Chi Minh City is seeking investors for Binh Quoi - Thanh Da urban project, which was initially kicked off 26 years ago but hardly a brick has been laid so far.

Novaland’s seven golden projects temporarily suspended: Statement from City's Leaders

Novaland Group petitioned the authorised bodies of Ho Chi Minh City to review the suspension of changing the purpose of use for their seven projects which are situated on golden spots of the city.

H&M set to open third store in Crescent Mall, HCMC

Renowned international fast-fashion brand, H&M is set to open its third store in Crescent Mall, Ho Chi Minh City.

Japanese fashion giant Uniqlo comes to Vietnam

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.

CapitaLand proclaims its stature with purchase of $59.5 million residential site

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.

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