The real estate arm of Japanese-backed Takashimaya and local educational services provider Edufit will jointly invest in property developer Gateway as well as in school operator Nguon Sang on a total investment of JPY1.3 billion ($11.99 million).
London-listed Symphony International Holdings Limited (Symphony) has acquired a significant minority stake in Vietnam-based Indo Trans Logistics Corporation (ITL).
Savills Vietnam has launched its new Korean desk to assist a wide range of Korean enterprises across its full range of real estate services in Vietnam, appointing Hyojin Kim as head of Korean desk in Hanoi.
Foreign shareholders at Asia-Pacific Investment JSC have turned down the company’s plan to issue over 20 million shares to existing shareholders, in a bid to power two of its property investments.
Both F&N Dairy Investments Pte., Ltd. and Platinum Victory Pte., Ltd. have failed once again to purchase the Vinamilk shares they had registered for, citing unfavourable market conditions as the reason.
When the state ownership ratio diminishes, Toyota’s rivals will likely acquire VEAM stocks, creating a conflict of interest with the Japanese automaker.
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.
Moody’s Investors Service has assigned a (P)B1 long-term foreign currency senior unsecured rating to Vietnam Prosperity JSB (VPBank)’s $1 billion medium term note (MTN) program.
Moody’s Investors Service has announced B2 long-term local and foreign currency deposit ratings for Saigon - Hanoi Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SHB). The outlook on SHB’s long-term ratings is stable.
With its debut last year, St. Nicholas International School has helped make clear what a truly international school should be.
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