The Tokyo-headquartered apparel company has sealed a deal to take over 70 per cent of stakes at Vietnam’s Global Fashion (GF), the parent company of women’s accessories brand Vascara.
Tiki Investment, a subsidiary of Tiki, has bought over local ticketing startup Ticketbox, as part of an attempt to build an ‘all in one’ e-commerce ecosystem in Vietnam.
London-based advertising agency Dentsu Aegis Network has signed an agreement to acquire Ambient Digital Vietnam, the country’s largest independent digital media agency, launching iProspect in the market.
Following its acquisition of over 20 million stakes of Hau Giang Pharmaceutical JSC, Japan-backed Taisho Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. has gained control over its Vietnamese counterpart.
The Vietnam-based media group is still mired in YouTube incident while share prices plummet.
Japanese firm Asia Pile Holding, through its member Phan Vu Investment Corporation, will purchase a 51-per cent stake in Fecon Mining Joint Stock Company, the largest pre-stressed concrete pile producer in the north of Vietnam.
The UK’s Diageo wanted to enter Vietnam alcohol market through a well-know domestic company but a lot of things have not gone as its plan.
The Competition and Consumer Protection Department (CCPD) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade considers launching a formal investigation into the acquisition of Uber in Southeast Asia including Vietnam by Grab, after announcing the preliminary results are presenting the sign of breaching antitrust law on May 16.
Frasers Property Investments, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore-based Frasers Property has entered into a conditional share purchase agreement with Tran Thai Land to acquire 24 million ordinary shares of Phu An Khang.
Days after Singapore began a probe into the deal between Grab and Uber under anti-competition scrutiny, the Philippines and Malaysia said that they will look into it on similar concerns.
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