Techcombank has announced that two separate legal entities managed by Warburg Pincus will invest over US$370 million into the Bank, subject to appropriate regulatory approvals.
Vietnam would continue to be in the top three target markets for international investors, especially Japanese, South Korean, Chinese and Singaporean investors, according to a report just released by Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), American professional services and investment management company specializing in real estate.
Dat Xanh Real Estate Service & Construction Corporation plans to increase its charter capital by nearly VND850 billion (roughly US$37.47 million) to finance the long-term portfolio of real estate projects.
The Vietnamese manufacturing sector has made a strong start to 2018, registering sharper increases in output, new orders and employment and this all contributed to the most marked improvement in operating conditions since April 2017.
The Vietnamese real estate market continues showing irresistible appeal to foreign investors, mostly through merger and acquisition, according to the latest update report of the real estate and investment management firm JLL.
The electronic component factory located in Yen Bai province covers a total area of 6.49 hectares and has a total investment of nearly VND5 trillion (US$220 million).
It is expected that by 2020 Cat Bi airport will serve five million passengers per year.
Despite once announcing to sell the solar cell manufacturing project in Ho Chi Minh City, First Solar has suddenly returned to Vietnam.
CEO of SEVIT TECH, a high-tech industrial diagnosis equipment manufacturer, Thomas Choi said that Korean and Vietnamese enterprises have a lot of things in common, especially the spirit.
The reduction of duty on many items imported from Korea will facilitate Korea’s investment in Vietnam, according to Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA).
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