“Most of the Vietnamese people lack experience in living in condominiums so they usually feel annoyed when following its rules and need time to adapt to them,” said Stephen Wyatt, Country Head of Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) Vietnam, an American professional service and investment management company specializing in real estate.
"An economy with low real estate prices will guarantee sustainable economic development,” said Prof. Dang Hung Vo, former Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment.
Reality shows that the rise of many tycoons is sharply but quickly disappearing because they risk exploiting non-transparent policies due to the support of some degenerate public servants. It's absolutely a national disaster.
There have been numerous examples of companies that suffer from sluggish growth or fall into crises due to the failure of sustainable development on legal, social and environmental aspects.
TheLEADER Magazine – The Business Leaders Forum of the Vietnam Association of Corporate Directors (VACD) is officially launched today and integrated to the sustainable development of the Vietnam media industry.
Vietnam ranks 28th in the world for its favourable conditions for tourism development. However, it is still stuck at number 113 for its policies and number 111 for its tourism service system.
Vietnamese Government will always create favorable conditions for foreign investors, including those from china, to do their business using cutting-edge and environmentally-friendly technologies in Viet Nam.
Nearly VND33 trillion (roughly US$4.4 trillion) of loans for hi-tech agriculture have been disbursed, but the greatest obstacle hindering this capital flow has also surfaced.
If Thach Khe iron mine is resuscitated, in case of incident, the environmental disasters will be much more serious than Formosa incident.
On July 26 Prime Minister (PM) Nguyen Xuan Phuc paid a visit to Samsung Electronics Viet Nam Thai Nguyen (SEVT) under Samsung Electronics in Viet Nam (Samsung Viet Nam), affirming that Vietnamese Government will create the most favorable conditions for SEVT’s success.
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